District 5’s new Lieutenant, Kevin Hines, sent out a communication last month with some stunning figures about property crime in Stapleton.
In July, the New York Times asked why democrats couldn’t win Colorado’s Sixth Congressional District. To outside observers, the Sixth represents an increasingly diverse population—demographics that the Democrats could do well with.
“People fascinate me,” says psychologist-turned-storyteller Kari Knutson. “Why do we do what we do? People appear in my life and we start connecting.
“Singing is as good for me as yoga; it’s great for my brain and my soul,” says Betsy Leighton, founder of Voices Rock! Denver, a 170-voice choir that welcomes singers of all skill levels to perform popular songs in a no-pressure environment.
Jade used to be a picky eater. But after spending 44 days alone in Yellowstone National Park and losing a third of her body weight, the Australian Shepherd hunts, kills and eats whatever small game and rodents she can get her paws on.
March for Our Lives stated its plan for the Road to Change Tour was to pass through NRA strongholds and communities affected by gun violence. Therefore, Denver and Aurora, Colorado were going to be part of that list for practical and tragic reasons.
“Denver coffee is some of best in the U.S. right now,” says Hannah Ulbrich, owner of Copper Door Coffee Roasters, which opened in late January in Lowry.
Local events happening in July and early August 2018
Like most officers’ clubs around the country, the one on the former Lowry Air Force Base was where people gathered for a leisurely evening of camaraderie, elegant cocktails and good food at affordable prices.
Among the Denver Police Department staffing changes recently announced is the placement of Lieutenant Kevin Hines, who began serving the Stapleton portion of District 5 near the end of June.