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Julian Lujan, who attended ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch, died after accidentally falling from a cliff last June soon after graduating from Colorado State University. His older sister, Christina, used social media to spread word of … more
At least once in recent memory, the spirit moved you. It moved you to babble more than normal, glad-hand a little too much, and generally become much more gregarious. The spirit moved you, and you paid dearly for it the next morning with … more
The Norse God of winter may be traveling a long way to celebrate the season in Golden, but the festival is homegrown. The second-annual UllrGrass music and beer festival will take place at various venues in downtown Golden Jan. 29 - Jan. … more
Perhaps you are one of the people who already knows which presidential and Congressional candidates align with your views, and you are prepared to support them all the way through the election in November. Or perhaps you are among those who are … more
The start of every new year typically brings with it a bevy of resolutions about health that send an influx of people to gyms, recreation centers and fitness clubs. “January is always the busiest,” said Ryan Hegreness, operations manager for … more
As with many skills, appreciating classical music is best started at a young age. But it’s never too late to learn to love the art, and the Colorado Chamber Orchestra, the Arvada Center’s orchestra-in-residence, has a concert for all ages and … more
While temperatures lingered in the 20s in Westminster, the Butterfly Pavilion was a hot spot for little ones and their parents. “We came out to enjoy the butterflies,” said D’ette Longmant, mother of 2 1/2-year-old Hope. “And to warm up … more
It’s all about the kids Before I retired, the Westernaires was my 40-hour-a-week job, and the practice of law was my 60-hour-a-week job. I was a practicing lawyer and a federal bankruptcy judge. I retired a few years ago, and since then, have … more
Here it is: Another new year after a past year of tremendous changes in my life, culminating in my move to San Marino Retirement Community last July. I think I told you I would keep writing my column because so many of you encouraged me to do so. … more
Albert Einstein Maya Angelou Creativity or divergent thinking is thinking about something in a new way. Children do this when they receive a little Lego kit and change the directions slightly or dig into their bins of Legos and engage … more
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