OBITUARY – Larry Peterson – 7/18/37 – 3/24/21

Laurence “Larry” Arthur Peterson passed away peacefully at home in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Surrounded by family and loved ones over the years and throughout his final days, Larry knew he was deeply loved and admired by his wife Julie, his seven children, and six grandchildren. Over 83 years, Larry …

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New law will gather health data and limit MJ concentrates for ages 18 to 20

BY FREDA MIKLIN – GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER After all 35 members of the Colorado state senate voted to approve HB21-1317, Regulating Marijuana Concentrates, on June 3, they sent it back to the state House, where, on June 8, all 65 members concurred, resulting in a unanimous vote. What is even more unusual is that the bill …

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Hundreds gather to celebrate the life of Donald W. Ringsby June 3 at the Denver Country Club

Donald W. Ringsby – 1939-2020 SUBMITTED BY DEBBIE PALMIERI At least 300 friends, family and colleagues gathered at the Denver Country Club on June 3 to celebrate the life of Don Ringsby, affectionately known as “Ringer” to those who knew him well. The family hosted a ceremony, followed by an open bar and barbeque luncheon.  …

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Newspapers record history as it happens – by bob sweeney

It is becoming lonely in the newspaper industry for local ownership.  Newspapers started being purchased by chains back in the 1970s.  They were profitable, especially the family-owned newspapers that grew as their cities prospered and thrived with growing populations.  Massive newspaper fortunes were accumulated by famous owners like Randolph Hearst. Dean Singleton became one of …

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UpWest to open 6th location this year, will be located at Park Meadows

Columbus-based, national DTC retailer, UpWest, will be opening a store location at Park Meadows on July 2. To celebrate the grand opening, the entire store will be 20% off from July 2 – 11, 2021. Plus, they will be donating 100% of proceeds from opening weekend to local non-profit, We Don’t Waste. UpWest is excited …

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GV agrees to get Landmark out of the Marin Metropolitan District

BY FREDA MIKLIN – GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER The CityB of Greenwood Village gave its permission for the Marin Metropolitan District (the District) to be formed in 2007, including approving it to sell quasi-governmental tax-free bonds totaling $31,485,000 to finance the construction of infrastructure for the European Village, a residential development that was supposed to be built …

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Marjorie Park reopens after 2 year renovation

The park, co-founded by John Madden Jr., Marjorie Madden and daughter Cynthia Madden Leitner, is a primary venue for Museum of Outdoor Arts  BY LISA J. SHULTZ Marjorie Park is located at 6331 S. Fiddlers Green Circle in Greenwood Village. After being closed for two years of renovation, the park just had their grand re-opening …

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