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ADAPT and Colorado School of Mines Host Distinguished Speaker in Additive Manufacturing November 8

Dr. Wayne King of Lawrence Livermore National Labs to discuss simulation and modeling of metal powder bed fusion additive manufacturing process More

It's Spring! Why am I still Sad?

People have known about the importance of light for ages. Children all over the world draw suns in their pictures to indicate happiness. We talk about getting a "bright idea". We want to live on the … More

CEFF--Screens the Arctic film, "Why the Little Fish Matter"

Why the Little Fish Matter, Friday, February 19th at 1:30, Foss Auditorium More

Volunteers Needed for Outdoor Education

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is seeking individuals in the Denver Metro area for its Volunteer Naturalist program. Volunteer Naturalists teach citizens of all ages the importance of bird and habitat conservation through interactive classroom programs, field trips and outreach events. More

Free Horizon Montessori to Dedicate Solar Array with Local Celebration

Jefferson County charter school in Golden dedicates new solar array and school’s move to clean energy. More

i-Orthodontics Achieves Top 1% Provider for Invisalign

Dr. Anil Idiculla and the Dream Team at i-Orthodontics are proud to announce they have been named as a Top 1% Provider of Invisalign for 2015. There are only a few Top 1% providers in all of North America. i-Orthodontics is the ONLY Top 1% provider in Denver. More

Monthly Adult Lecture series at the Parker PACE Center

The Parker Cultural and Scientific Commission is pleased to sponsor talks on topics that impact Colorado citizens and residents of Douglas County. The intent of these talks is to increase the understanding of how science and technology address current and future issues facing Colorado communities. More

Give the Gift of Education

With courses like Getting Out of Your Parents' Basement, Cognitive Crossfit and Sex Ed for Adults, the spring 2016 LearnOn schedule offers something for everyone. Why not treat yourself and someone you love to personal enrichment this holiday season? More

Largest Rockets in Colorado History set to take Flight

Rocket mania returns to Colorado as Chili Blaster 6 gears up for two days of incredible launch after launch, highlighted by United Launch Alliance and Ball Aerospace student interns blasting off with Stars and Strips, Future and the Atlas IV rockets, towering some 25 ft. in height. More

Eco-Friendly answer to the the not-so-cuddly aspect of pet ownership

Englewood park dog waste composter publishes book on do-it-yourself pet waste recycling More

Eco-Friendly answer to the the not-so-cuddly aspect of pet ownership

Adams County dog waste composter publishes book on do-it-yourself pet waste recycling More

Eco-Friendly nswer to the the not-so-cuddly aspect of pet ownership

Westminster parks dog waste composter publishes book on do-it-yourself pet waste composting More

Arvada Girl Graduates Space Camp

Local girl attends space camp in Huntsville, Alabama More

Ham Radio Club Offers Training Event

Members of the Tri-Lakes Monument Radio Association will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise on June 27th (8 am to 5 pm) at Black Forest Fire Station 1, 11445 Teachout Road, Colorado Springs, CO. Since 1933, ham radio operators across North America have established temp More

Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Demonstration / Field Day Contest 2015

From Noon, Saturday June 27, 2015 through Noon Sunday, the Waterton Amateur Radio Club will participate in Field Day: A display of emergency operating capabilities and contesting skills. More

Erin Conley wins prestigious physics scholarship

2012 Ralston Valley High School graduate, Erin Conley, has recently been awarded the prestigious Jack and June Richardson scholarship at Colorado State University. Erin is in the University Honors Program majoring in Physics with a math minor. More

Moon Rock Visits National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum for Summer 2015

A moon rock collected by astronauts during the Apollo 17 mission will visit the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum this summer. The lunar sample, on loan from the Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum, will be on display beginning May 30. More

Douglas County Energy Coalition Hosts Event in Castle Pines

– On May 12 over 20 members of the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce and local citizens attended a presentation by representatives of Anadarko Petroleum. The event, billed as a “Fracking 101” presentation was hosted by local grassroots organization Douglas County Energy Coalition (DCEC). More