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Veterans offer advice for new recruits

Even the most self-sufficient and heroic among us need community and support, according to Community Reach Center therapist Donald Maloy. That’s doubly true for military personnel, he said. “If it gets tough, get help,” said Maloy, a …
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‘Remain calm and stay engaged’ in election process

Local election officials are reporting that a federal commission’s request for personal voter information has spurred more than 3,000 Colorado voters, more than 2,000 of those in the Denver metro area alone, to withdraw their voter registration …
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On pains and needles...

Sitting in her Highlands Ranch office after working with a patient, Samantha Hovel explained the biggest problem she has when discussing a little-known treatment with some of her patients. “Nobody likes the word ‘needle,’ ” she …
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    • Five city manager finalists get to know Thornton

      It was a busy weekend for Thornton councilors and their five city manager candidates. The candidates spent the morning of July 14 touring the community, followed by an informal afternoon meeting with Thornton’s senior staff and city …

    • Bennet shares thoughts on range of issues

      After his address to AmeriCorps graduates in Lone Tree on July 14, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet granted an exclusive interview to Colorado Community Media to talk about food insecurity, healthcare, Russian election interference and how he feels …

    • My name is...Becca Levin

      Working at the Library I’ve been a writer a lot of my life. I’ve always been interested in telling stories. But as we know, it’s not always the one thing you can focus on. I didn’t start working for libraries until college (in Iowa) when …

    • Northglenn seeks support for Northwest Open Space project

      A $5 million plan to renovate Northglenn’s busy Northwest Open Space, its bevy of athletic fields and the walking path that surrounds it will depend on getting some outside help, according to city officials. “The council has approved $1 …

    • Metro-area residents urged to be bear aware

      In the middle of the night, Cheryl Matthews, a Larkspur resident, woke up to the sound of her dogs “barking like crazy.” While expecting to see a raccoon, she looked outside and saw a black bear tearing down her bird feeders and proceeding to do …