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As an industry, health care provides many, many career pathways for job seekers to consider. But despite the multitude of options, Elerie Archer, a registered nurse and manager of talent development at SCL Health, said most people boil it all … more
Neither Joe Sleevi nor Donald Emmot spoke much about their time in the service during the Vietnam War to their families. There was the unwelcoming reception they received upon their return, as well as some unhappy memories. But, mainly, they just … more
One of the main talking points constantly heard on cable news channels is how divided the country is these days. Pundits and political operatives have their theories. If you hop online, you’ll be buried in an avalanche of think pieces from … more
Colorado is one of those places that really shows its best self in the summertime. Outdoor enthusiasts, from the casual to the fanatic, can check off practically every box here in the state: Camping, climbing, hiking, biking, fishing, running, … more
Paper is not just a canvas on which art can be created. In its myriad incarnations — tissue, cast, folded and countless others — it can also be used as the medium and form of creative expression. And that’s just what the artists in the … more
Highlands Ranch resident Robert McAdam flew in a Boeing B-17 on a mission once in World War II — and he had to bail out over Nazi-occupied Austria. "I was 23 at the time, and I don't … more
In May 2013, Cody Crosby lost his life in a car accident that happened just off Wadsworth Boulevard and I-70. But thanks to the efforts of Arvada Police and emergency responders, Crosby helped save other lives through organ donation. “I … more
When artist Naomi Scheck was a student at Arvada High School, from 1998 to 2002, one of the teachers who made the biggest impact on her was art teacher Linda Scholes. For her part, Scholes remembers Scheck as a star whose work continually … more
When Amanda Horvath moved from Boston to the Denver area for school, she was looking for a place where she could find a sense of community. “I immediately felt at home when I started attending South Fellowship’s Summit group for young … more
Spring is the time when farmers get back out into their fields to start planting the year’s crops. But U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is planting seeds for the next Farm Bill in 2018 by hosting listening sessions with his staff throughout the … more
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