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Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nation-wide, the Episcopal Church changed church law to allow same-sex religious marriages throughout the denomination. The vote … more
If you have seen folks tromping around the Pineries Open Space in Black Forest and wondered if it was reopened and no-one told you, don’t worry. The 1,070-acre preserve at Shoup and Vollmer … more
At the end of a day of work, after an hour’s commute from Denver, Stephen Sweeney arrived at the Monument Park-n-Ride lot with a smile. He didn’t look stressed, like a lot of motorists do … more
As an aviation electronics expert in the Marine Corps during the early 1990s, Fernando Salazar could see the future. “I worked with a lot of really high-tech stuff,” Salazar said. “Because of my background in the military, I had a firm … more
The brick four-story Victorian building at 1727 Tremont Place says “Navarre” on its facade, but today it has a new life as the American Museum of Western Art, and houses the impressive Western art collection belonging to businessman Phil … more
If ever there was a sworn devotee — a chanting, face-painted worshipper — of the Big, it is Marvel. So the prospect that Ant-Man, the minuscule Mighty Mouse of Marvel's stable of powerhouses, might join the brawny big-screen ranks of the … more
With only a few weeks left, the Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur was full of visitors on a recent day. On July 12, several hundred were adorned in fairy wings, wizard cloaks and even pirate peg legs, snacking on turkey legs and throwing … more
Some folks blame the Russians for the end of the fur trade in the Tri-Lakes area. “In 1946 the fox farms were a good thriving business,” wrote Lucille Lavelett. “The United States made a … more
Used to pack artillery and other supplies up Ute Pass from Fort Carson to Camp Hale, the army’s mules initially arrived at the Colorado military installations in 1942. In December of 1956, the U.S. … more
It’s been nearly 40 years since moose were reintroduced in Colorado and experts estimate 2,400 are wandering around the state. Want to guess how many are estimated to call Teller County … more
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