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How food can transform community

Nathan Mudd is a former attorney, and his wife Kimberly used to work as an accountant. But the two have always had a special dedication to the local economy and local food. “Our passion is to increase local food in the state,” Kimberly Mudd … more

Groups offer support for breastfeeding moms

Breastfeeding comes naturally to some moms. Others struggle with pain, not having a large milk supply or being unsure that their baby is getting enough food. But during World Breast Feeding Week and Breastfeeding Awareness Month moms are being … more

Livestock, games and food at Adams County Fair

There was plenty of music and food as the Adams County Fair kicked off it’s 113th year Aug. 2-6 at the Adams County Regional Park, The fair featured special acts and live music performances as well as carnival rides, plenty of food and judging … more

WestyFest offers reorganized zones, same fun

WestyFest, the city’s annual late summer celebration, returns to City Park on Aug. 12 this year with the same fun, games, music and food but with a little different organization. “It’s a little different,” said Rich Neumann, marketing and … more

Dogs rule for a day at the pool

Thornton will mark the end of dog days of summer with a literal splash on Aug. 19. Thornton’s Paws for a Dip event is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. that Saturday. “We have a kiddie slide the dogs go down, which is a riot,” said Renee … more

My name is...Jenni Murphy

About me I’ve lived in Colorado since I was 4 years old. I’ve spent most of my life in Northglenn. My husband and I still live in Northglenn, and all three of my kids live in the North Metro area. It’s so great to get to work and live here. … more

Finding faith in sports

Travis Carey, sports director at Red Rocks Church, will tell you that athletics have greatly improved his life. He met his wife while on a Red Rocks Church sporting teamteam and has grown lasting friendships through various other athletic … more

Residents helped Nicaraguans

Part of the reason Alexis Munoz-Kubitsch and her daughter Neveah spent two weeks in Nicaragua this past month had to do with water - but not the beach. Instead they were members of the Casa Unida Foundation team working on projects seeking to … more

Mysterious art that’s meant to be found

Glass artist Corey Silverman, is used to creating special items at the request of his clients. But when Rich Neumann, marketing and outreach supervisor for Westminster’s Parks and Recreation department, walked into the studio last year, … more

Coming back from the dead to talk about the light

The emotion that Nancy Rynes remembers most when she woke up on that January day in 2014 was anger. It wasn’t anger at the texting driver that had hit her while she bicycled around the Lafayette roundabout. It wasn’t anger about the injuries … more

My name is...Jennifer McCowan

About me I was born in Queens, New York and moved to Florida when I was about three. When my youngest child turned 21, about a year ago, I decided to up and go to Colorado. I felt led and called. It’s a wonderful experience, and I’ve loved … more

Arvada Sunrise Rotary races for funds

Five years ago, the Arvada Sunrise Rotary Club founded Food for Thought, a program that provides students in low-income families with a sack of food to bring home over the weekend. It was initially launched in three schools in Denver Public Schools. … more

Westminster Presbyterian Church racks up 125 years

Long before there was a Westminster, there was a Westminster Presbyterian Church. And for the church’s congregation, 125 years is something to celebrate. “One hundred and twenty-five is a big deal in Westminster, and that’s why we want … more

Teens rockin' Denver

The struggles can be many for teen bands: They can’t book gigs in traditional bar venues because they’re too young. They have to juggle their music with school, athletics, family and jobs. They can’t guarantee they’ll stick together after … more

My name ...MaryEllen Aragon

About me I grew up in Southern Colorado by Trinidad. I was raised out in the country. My father was a coal miner. I used to walk to school right by the area where the coal mines, chutes, railroad tracks and lamp house were. I went back to see … more

An evening of music at Drums Along the Rockies

Thousands of spectators flocked to Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver on July 15 to watch colorful performers put on a musical spectacle for the 54th Drums Along the Rockies. The annual marching event is hosted by Ascend Performing Arts, … more

Mile High National Pastel Exhibition set for Littleton

A walk through the 13th Mile High National Pastel Exhibition at the Littleton Museum is, among other things, like a little vacation. Landscapes predominate, but they include all sorts of scenes — seashores, mountains, plains, long, lonesome roads, … more

Baby box program gives women ‘breath of fresh air’

New and expecting moms throughout the Colorado now have access to free, safe place for babies to sleep with the Colorado launch of the baby box. The Baby Box Co., the company behind the global initiative to equip expecting families with vital … more

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 … more

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 … more
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