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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