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The Colorado Department of Transportation is hoping toll lanes will improve traffic on a 12.5-mile stretch of C-470 between I-25 and Wadsworth Boulevard after a three-year construction project set to begin this summer. “The traveling public has … more
Jason Bell, co-owner and brewmaster at Living the Dream Brewing Company, often gets asked this question: "Do you see the craft beer bubble bursting?" His answer: “No.” The craze may taper off a bit, but Bell believes his early focus on … more
Colorado has 284 craft breweries and cities like Denver, Fort Collins, Boulder and Longmont have been on the map of craft beer aficionados nationwide for decades now. But after three localbreweries took home medals at the Denver International … more
When Lili Espinoza-Monroy, a student at Bishop Elementary, walks into a room, it lights up. Heather Carr, of Colorado's Finest High School of Choice, is a determined young woman who has not missed a class, studied English at Arapahoe Community … more
A spicy aroma filled the room as individuals uncovered their entries at the May 4 annual chili cook-off at Bishop Elementary School. About 50 people gathered at the cafeteria tables as cooks brought in their chili entries. But other foods also … more
Stephanny Ramirez danced the night away — literally every dance — at Englewood High School's prom, held May 7 in the high-ceilinged finery of the historic Grant Humphrey Mansion. “The music was very cool,” she said with a smile. “It was … more
Jan Wilusz is an occupational therapist and has four young children, twin 7-year-old boys and two girls, ages 6 and 3. “I can’t afford to work,” Wilusz said. “I want to work. I love my career, but it would cost me more to work and put the … more
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce will host a debate featuring the five Republicans challenging Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet on May 12. Candidates Darryl Glenn, Jack Graham, Jon Keyser, Robert Blaha and Ryan Frazier will participate in … more
Making omelets requires breaking eggs, and traffic congestion can't be relieved without creating some. On May 9, construction crews will begin erecting concrete barriers, re-striping traffic lanes … more
Peter Rork, a retired pilot and orthopedic surgeon, pursued an interest in rescue animals after his wife died four years ago. “I lost my appetite for medicine,” he said, “and I had a plane at the time.” He now transports “death … more
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