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The jazz band played on, the Madrigals sang and the Pitch Perfect Panthers serenaded 70 senior citizens at the annual breakfast hosted by the Woodland Park High School student council. Honored … more
A capacity crowd of more than 200 people came to support the Florissant Grange No. 420 fundraising efforts for a new roof on the 1880s-era schoolhouse. The event was held on Saturday, April 26 and … more
The multi-award winning Broadway musical “Once,” playing through May 18 at the Buell Theatre, is worth seeing at least twice. What started as a low budget Irish film has morphed into a … more
Volunteers extraordinaire, Steve Jeroslow, Maureen O’Heren and Christy Blue were honored last week for more than five years of service to Pikes Peak Regional Hospital. “I’m just so grateful for … more
“All the characters of this story are skilled at creating worlds around them that fit their version of reality, but none is more committed to dreams than Jay Gatsby. He is master of illusion, and, like other gifted magicians, the `Great Gatsby' … more
Fourth- and fifth-grade Lake George students who participated in Catamount Institute’s YES Club program won first place for Outstanding Impact for their environmental research project at the 2014 … more
The Florissant Public Library, a branch of the Rampart Library District, celebrated the 10th anniversary of opening its new building on April 26. As Rampart Library District Director Anne Knowles … more
Tickets are on sale for "1964" The Tribute, celebrating the iconic music of the Beatles and the Fab Four's Colorado debut concert at Red Rocks. The tribute to the British Invasion starts at 8 p.m. Aug. 22 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). more
The weather in southern Teller County is an asset. So are the strong relationships, activities at the recreation center and community spirit at the Aspen Mine Center. Oh, and the donkeys roaming … more
Pat Craig was just 19 when he first heard adult lions and tigers referred to as zoo surplus, and learned most were euthanized. Thirty-four years later, speaking in front of an audience at the Lone Tree Arts Center, the memory of that moment in … more
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