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Your child's best advocate is you

April 13, 2010

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Your child's best advocate is you

Kindergarten has been a long time coming for us. For most people, it is simply the next step after preschool and the scary beginning to the hopelessly speedy race through their childhood. When my son Ewan was 2, he was flagged at his school, Auraria Early Learning Center, for speech problems. I ended up butting […]

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Cowboys and tumbleweeds

April 12, 2010

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Cowboys and tumbleweeds

A cowboy walks out of a saloon for a showdown and the tumbleweed rolls between him and his opponent.  There is only one question on everyone’s mind. Why do cowboys attract tumbleweeds?  Tumbleweeds are plants that were once anything from a flowered shrub to a thistle bush. Once they have dried up, they disengage from […]

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New director experiencing the real Hollywood

March 19, 2010

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New director experiencing the real Hollywood

Lee Toland Krieger has just turned 27 and already feels old.

But where could 27 seem so old? Hollywood.

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Adams D50 Nutrition Services fear for jobs

March 17, 2010

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The Adams School District 50 Board meeting was shaken up by an audience member Monday when their loyalty to their Nutrition Services group was questioned.

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Short sales viable option for families heading for foreclosure

February 27, 2010

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Short sales viable option for families heading for foreclosure

DENVER-Admitting to economic hardship is difficult for anyone, and these days, much of the population is there.

So what do you do when you can’t pay for your house anymore?

Generally, foreclosure is the only way to go, but for some, there is another option.

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