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Tourism is a major industry in Colorado, with nearly 78 million visitors spending $19.1 billion in 2015, according to the Colorado Tourism Office. In the summer, outdoor recreation opportunities draw tourists by the thousands to locations … more
Upon entering the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo at Casey Jones Park, it was easy to see why the Stampede is considered one of the best family-friendly Colorado events of the summer. On June 3, visitors were greeted with bouncy houses — $5 for an … more
The Elizabeth Stampede kicked off its 53rd year with the Xtreme Bulls competition June 2, featuring 50 professional riders from all over the United States. It was the 30th year of the rodeo's partnership with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys … more
Michael Stonehouse, the Castle Rock man police suspect of leading a trafficking organization that allegedly shipped marijuana across the Front Range and to multiple states, has had his $1 million bond reduced to $500,000. In Arapahoe County … more
A bill named in honor of fallen Colorado State Trooper Cody Donahue, who was struck and killed on Interstate 25 near Castle Rock in 2016, was signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 1. The “Move Over for Cody” bill increases the … more
A tanker truck caught fire on I-25 and Belleview Avenue shortly before noon today, closing I-25 in both directions from Orchard Road to Belleview. One injury has been reported. A Colorado … more
The May 28 Englewood Veterans Memorial Day Ceremony accomplished a twofold goal by paying special honor to Vietnam veterans as well as honoring all of Englewood’s veterans. The event was held around the Englewood High School Veterans Memorial and … more
On May 29, Memorial Day ceremonies were held in the area to honor the more than 1 million men and women who died serving their country. The events included speeches, 21-gun salutes and the playing of “Taps.” Pat Hannon Post 4666 Veterans of … more
The May 22 event honoring Doug Cohn as Englewood Citizen of the Year, held at the Malley Senior Recreation Center, included speeches, a plaque presentation, gifts of two pairs of suspenders plus the awarding of a wooden crown. Near the end of the … more
A building full of books was the perfect setting for Joaquin Escobarto receive his United States citizenship. “When my family came to the United States, it was a page-turning event,” said Escobar, a Highlands Ranch resident and University of … more
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