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Today's News

  • Our Readers Write

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  • Proposed rule seems like a logical solution

    Rules of the Colorado Supreme Court prohibit lawyers from engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation. Sounds logical, doesn’t it? So why in the world would the Court consider changing the rule?

  • Father’s Day takes on a different meaning

    Father’s Day has come and gone, but for 41 years it has never been the same.
    You see, since March 13, 1976, Father’s Day has taken on a completely different meaning for yours truly.  That was the day, as a 4-year-old boy, I was told that my father was no longer among the living. Tommy Hicks had passed away.

  • Q&A with Mike Worcester of West Metro swift water rescue instructor

    As the weather warms, many hit the water for rafting, tubing and fun in the sun.
    But for first responders, the summertime means something a bit different — an increased likelihood for a swift water rescue. To prepare, staff at West Metro Fire Rescue, South Metro Fire Rescue, Denver Fire Department and Westminster Fire Department gathered at Clear Creek in early June for a swift water rescue training course.
    Q: Can you explain the purpose of this training? I know it was a multi-day course.

  • Multitude of Fourth of July celebrations in South Jeffco

    With Fourth of July fast approaching, it’s time to pull out the American Flag memorabilia and prepare to celebrate the red, white and blue. For those on the prowl for some patriotic fun in South Jeffco, look no further. From the annual Red, White & You Festival in Clement Park to the early morning Columbine Valley parade, there is something for people of all ages.

  • A place of history: Morrison home to one of the few remaining CCC camps

    Walking onto the grounds of the Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps camp is a lot like walking back in time.

    The camp, which provided work to young men during the Great Depression, was once one of 100 in Colorado, but today, it’s one of the few intact CCC camps left in the United States.

  • Indian Hills to debut short movie on the town’s history

    Residents of Indian Hills soon will have an opportunity to delve into the history of their community.

    A new 10-minute movie about Indian Hills is scheduled to play before the July 3 community movie in Arrowhead Park. It was a collaborative effort between Katie Linder-Jesse, the new town historian; Alison Vigil, an Indian Hills resident and producer at Root Sports; and more.

  • Ultra-athlete working toward second book

    Karen Brown never stops.

    The Littleton ultra-athlete sets a goal, completes it and then sets another. While training for the Ironman World Championship, she heard about the Ultraman triathlon.

    “That’s a 320-mile three-day triathlon whereas Ironman is 146 (miles) in one day,” Brown said. “Ultraman blew my mind. I couldn’t figure out how anyone would do that and yet there were all these people that had done it.

  • Fire board approves participation in program

    The Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District board of directors approved participation in a newly established program that provides financial awards to firefighters diagnosed with one of five types of cancer — brain, skin, digestive, hematological or genitourinary.

  • Reach, row, throw, go

    As the weather warms, many hit the water for rafting, tubing and fun in the sun.

    But for first responders, the summertime means something a bit different — an increased likelihood for a swift water rescue. To prepare, staff at West Metro Fire Rescue, South Metro Fire Rescue, Denver Fire Department and Westminster Fire Department gathered at Clear Creek in early June for a swift water rescue training course.

    Q: Can you explain the purpose of this training? I know it was a multi-day course.