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Fifty years is the big part of a lifetime. But a most vivid memory could pop up just about anywhere in a long, happy span. Rodger and Judy Voelker had just lived in Palmer Lake about six months … more
All sun and blue skies in Monument Sunday for the 14th annual Tri-Lakes Cruiser Car Show in historic downtown Monument with proceeds benefitting Tri-Lakes Cares. The usual food vendors, door … more
I have been stewing about an article I read in the Denver Post Your Hub section about a month ago. It was written by Douglas County School Board President Kevin Larsen. In the article, Mr. … more
It is disheartening at best to watch members of the Douglas County School Board react in a disingenuous and self-serving way when addressing issues facing the district. Not long ago, one board … more
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A wall of water, described by some as nearly 16-feet high crashed and roared down the debris-strewn South Platte River steam bed on the evening on June 16, 1965. Reports had it taking out, or at … more
In the Tri-Lakes area, citizens have a reputation to uphold for pulling off a grand Independence Day celebration every year. But the last weeks in June and the first weeks of July in 1965 were … more
Bib A201 finished 430th in the Bolder Boulder. Not too good, right? Wait a minute. Thousands of runners finished after she did. She was in the Citizens’ Wave A group, which included men and women, and a little 11-year-old Evergreen … more
We tend to think of babies as lovable, cute little beings who need careful handling, clean diapers, lots of sleep and good nutrition. Less common is considering a little one’s emotional health and the important role it plays in their overall … more
I am sure you have heard the old joke about how to eat an elephant, and obviously the answer is “one bite at a time.” It seems like many of the people and companies I work with lately seem to be looking for a quick win or faster gains. They … more
It has been much more than 100 years, but good health and lunch has always been important in Palmer Lake. Former car conductor John Reed Judd, and his wife Annie, came to Colorado on advice of … more
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