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Survivor Davidson to tell his story at Wildlife Experience Aug. 22

Survivor Davidson to tell his story at Wildlife Experience Aug. 22

Surviving ‘The Ledge’ After summiting Mount Rainier, two climbers began their descent on the Emmons Glacier. A hidden snow bridge suddenly collapsed and dropped them both 80 feet into a dark glacial crevasse. In minutes, one friend was gone forever. Jim Davidson was left alone, struggling to find a way up the overhanging walls of […]

Obituary – Ginger Underwood remembered

Obituary – Ginger Underwood remembered

By Glory Weisberg Ginger Underwood, a devoted supporter of the Denver Ballet Guild, was killed in an accident on I-70 on Aug. 12, driving to the mountains to see her daughter. As fellow Guild supporter and Guild President Pam Gatz said, “Ginger was a presence, caring and willing to help others any time. She was […]

DU student experiences Israel first-hand during conflict

DU student experiences Israel first-hand during conflict

By Glory Weisberg University of Denver student Devin Hogan was in Israel when the conflict between Israeli and Palestinians literally exploded. DU and Hebrew University give students credit for their exchanges and with international reporting and journalism interests. Hogan was excited to fly to Israel June 24 for what was to be a month to […]

Farm-To-Table dinner debuts at Cherokee Castle & Ranch, Aug. 24

Farm-To-Table dinner debuts at Cherokee Castle & Ranch, Aug. 24

Cherokee Castle & Ranch’s inaugural Farm-To-Table dinner is scheduled from 4 – 6 p.m. on Aug. 24 under the venue’s Pavilion Tent with its awe-inspiring view of the Rocky Mountains.  The event, a first of its kind for the Castle, is garnering much interest in the community and promises to become one of the area’s […]

Popular annual barbecue for Mike Coffman draws 400+

Popular annual barbecue for Mike Coffman draws 400+

By Scottie Taylor Iverson An enclave of Greenwood Village was packed with supporters of U.S. Congressman Mike Coffman when more than 400 attendees, including entire families, searched for parking and a golf-cart ride to the outdoor venue of hosts Joy and Jim Hoffman. TIME has called him a standout legislator. His campaign slogan is: Listening. […]

Gelt named Thompson G. Marsh Award recipient

Gelt named Thompson G. Marsh Award recipient

BakerHostetler is proud to announce that Of Counsel, Theodore Z. Gelt, was selected by the University of Denver Sturm College of Law to receive the Thompson G. Marsh Award, which is presented to a Denver Law graduate in recognition of outstanding accomplishments throughout his or her career. The award is presented only occasionally as deemed […]

Greenwood Village honors student artists

Greenwood Village honors student artists

By Jan Wondra  Two talented art students received scholarships from the Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Commission at the Aug. 4 City Council meeting. Both are graduating seniors: Kristina Hagman of Heritage High School and Grace Kim of Cherry Creek High School. Hagman took second place, receiving a $1,000 scholarship and Kim was awarded the […]

Guest Column – Regaining fiscal responsibility in Washington

Guest Column – Regaining fiscal responsibility in Washington

By Andrew Romanoff You don’t buy things you can’t pay for. It’s a pretty simple rule – unless you’re a member of Congress. Every year, Congress spends hundreds of billions of dollars more than it takes in. The result: a federal government now more than $17 trillion in debt. Interest payments on the debt alone […]

County’s Human Services recognized

County’s Human Services recognized

Submitted by CDHS The Colorado Department of Human Services has recognized the Arapahoe County Department of Human Services for “C-Stat Distinguished Performance.” The county’s Human Services staff worked with childcare providers to substantially increase use of an automated system of reimbursement payment. The result for Arapahoe County is that child care reimbursements are processed timely […]

South Suburban packs a punch in September

South Suburban packs a punch in September

Recreation district offers discount cards South Suburban’s September specials include deals on punch cards for recreation center admission and discounts on personal/group training packages and facials and massages. During the month-long promotion, those who purchase a 30-punch card will receive five free punches, and those who buy a 15-punch card will receive two additional punches. […]

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