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Coming through the door, a visitor is greeted by smiles, appetizing aromas and a friendly hum of conversation. Being seated sometimes requires a short wait, but when that happens, a smiling employee or one of the Breakfast Queen owners quickly … more
“Forming a college in 1965 was the first and genteel way to transform Littleton's central core. But that same year, floodwaters swept down the South Platte, washing away the debris of decades, and producing a less gentle transformation. On June … more
Fans of Breckenridge Brewery have their fingers crossed, hoping to win a “Golden Ticket” that would win them the first glimpses of the brewery in action. “Only 50 Golden Tickets have been printed, and there will be no more,” said Todd … more
More than 7,500 riders took part in the 2015 Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling festival June 7 in Castle Rock. Racers rode through Castle Rock and the Front Range on rides ranging from an eight-mile family ride to the 100-mile century haul. Riders … more
Colorado voters will be asked in November whether the state should stand by the decision to use marijuana tax profits for school construction and other programs, under legislation signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 4. Quirky … more
The newly legal hemp industry is entering its second growing season with some big questions for producers experimenting with marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin. The federal government has allowed limited imports of hemp seed — in Colorado's … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper has vetoed a bill that sought to ban red-light and speeding cameras in Colorado and another measure that would have required voters to approve use of the devices. The proposals had bipartisan support from lawmakers who … more
Sheridan Police Sgt. Greg Miller's patrol vehicle disappeared from sight about 2:15 a.m. June 5 when a section of pavement on West Oxford Avenue collapsed, dropping the Blazer into a sink hole about … more
Randy Penn used words like amazed, emotional and overjoyed to describe his feelings when the name of his late brother, Army Sgt. Edward Penn, was displayed on the windshield of the Furniture Row car prior to the NASCAR 600 Miles of Remembrance race … more
A May 31 ceremony marked the final page of the Englewood Fire Department's history and the first page in the Denver Fire Department's chronicle of providing fire protection and emergency medical services for Englewood. The ceremony included a … more
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