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Does a Wandering Mind Keep You From Being Happy? Bruna Brings Lessons on Happiness

Researchers report that a wandering mind can actually be a detriment to being happy. John Bruna of the Mindful Life Program comes to Colorado Springs Nov 6-9 to offer a free public talk and a full course in mindfulness, an antidote to a wandering mind, and much more. More

CU History Professor to Discuss Cold War at CU South Denver Event Nov. 1

On Saturday, Nov. 1, join CU-Boulder History Professor Lee Chambers for a discussion about the Cold War atmosphere of fear and mission urgency in the “Atomic City” of Los Alamos, NM. The event at CU South Denver in Douglas County is free and open to the public. More

Understand the Special Language of a Preterm Baby

In honor of National Prematurity Awareness Month, specialist LeAnn Hoye, RN, MSPT, offers tips to help parents understand the needs of their preterm baby. More

One small voice VS on big Re-development.

As I read about all the excitement because of the Re-development on 38th ave. I hope the good citizens in Wheat Ridge fair well but I also know that some of us will pay the price for another persons gain... More

Douglas County Conservation District's Annual Meeting of Landowners October 21, 2014

The District board to have a brief meeting. Bob and Kristen Welch will be recognized as this year's conservationist of the year and a $1000.00 college scholarship will be awarded. The "Hannah Ranch" movie will be featured along with door prizes, and complimentary sandwiches, beverages, desserts. More

Why is there a Giant Drinking Straw in Cherry Creek?

Art installation encourages residents to protect lakes and streams in their community More

Golden Cancer Center Changing Cancer Treatment with Tumor Profiling

Samir Witta, M.D., PhD, at Mountain Blue Cancer Care Center is changing how cancer is treated with genomic tumor profiling and a “lowest effective dose” approach to chemotherapy, the first center in the state to use this novel approach. More

Highlands Ranch firm among four named by NASA to provide suborbital flight services

UP Aerospace of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, is one of four firms chosen by NASA's Flight Opportunities Program to provide flight test services for a variety of promising space technology payloads. More

JeffCo Innovation Faire is “out of this world” featuring NASA speakers and more

JeffCo Innovation Faire Sept. 12 & 13 exhibits and speakers "Out of this World" with NASA and Saber Astronautics and more! More

State Leaders Release Colorado STEM Education Roadmap

Expert Panel Discusses Preparing Today’s Learners for Colorado’s Growing STEM Economy More

High School-College Students & Business Startups Can enter S.T.A.R.S. Challenge

High school and college students, and business startups are encouraged to enter their unique product or service in the Innovation S.T.A.R.S. Challenge awards to be presented at the JeffCo Innovation Faire Sept. 12 & 13.Deadline to enter: August 29. Application available at: More

Arapahoe C.C. will host four Astronomy Star Parties this fall

Explore the vastness of the universe at the Littleton, Parker campuses More

Colorado Cancer Research Program Awarded NCI Grant

NCI funding assures another 5 years of cancer research. More

Woodland Park teen dontates to Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Adam Carr of Woodland Park travelled to Washington, D.C. to see a NASA mission patch that he designed installed at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. More

Litteton Native Named Schweitzer Fellow

I am writing to let you know that The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship has selected its class of 2014-2015 Fellows and Allison Davis, a Littleton native, Heritage High School graduate and current dental student at the Ostrow School of Dentistry at USC, has been selected as a Schweitzer Fellow. More

SpaceUnited Director Accepts Dragon Project Full-Time Engineering Position At SpaceX

Arvada, CO - Colorado-based humanitarian space agency, SpaceUnited, is excited to announce that director Courtney Wright has accepted a full-time engineering position on the Dragon project at SpaceX. More

Triebold paleontology, inc. and the rocky mountain dinosaur resource center adds new

77 million-year-old dinosaur discovered by Colorado paleontologists named for fleet-footed Roman god. More

Ham Radio Operators Show Off for Castle Rock Residents

Castle Rock amateur radio operators are preparing for the 2014 Field Day and invite the public to come out and learn about ham radio and emergency communications. June 28 (noon) through June 29 (noon) 1440 Voorhees Ranch Way, Castle Rock, 80108 (near Castle View High School) More

Youth Conservation Camp June 17, 2014 Castle Rock, CO

Youth Conservation Camp for youth ages 7-14 June 17, 2014. Educating youth about our natural resources. More