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Finding faith in unique ways

When Amanda Horvath moved from Boston to the Denver area for school, she was looking for a place where she could find a sense of community. “I immediately felt at home when I started attending South Fellowship’s Summit group for young …
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    • Colleges brew up a new degree

      Sales of craft beer rose 6.2 percent in the United States in 2016, according to the Brewers Association, a craft beer industry trade group. Colorado has long been at the forefront of the brewing industry, and the state boasts about 300 craft …

    • Assessor cites downside to falling property tax rates

      Rising home equity and decreasing property tax rates sound like a win-win for Colorado homeowners. But Douglas County Assessor Lisa Frizell warns there is a downside. “It’s kind of a nice thing because our taxes won’t increase,” she said. …

    • My name is...Lynn Perez-Hewitt

      My background I grew up in Rockford, Illinois, a mid-size town on the Illinois-Wisconsin border, about halfway between Chicago and the Mississippi River. My folks met and got married in Denver during World War II and brought my sister and I our …

    • LIFT meets with new members for first time

      Littleton’s urban renewal authority met on April 13 for the first time since the appointment of five new members, discussing a possible tax increment-financed project at the vacant Columbine Square shopping center. Littleton Invests for …

    • Wool can be cool

      Demonstrations of how wool goes from the backs of sheep to being turned into useful items were held at Littleton Museum’s 1860s farm April 15. Events at Sheep to Shawl included sheep-herding trials, shearing the wool off of the animal, and …