Can The Corner at Brush Creek still be built with only 180 units? Gatesco developer Gary Gates thinks so — but only with numerous cost-saving modifications to his affordable housing development plan.

Dazzling, yet eerie — this time-exposure photo was shot Saturday night showing the splendid display from the Perseid meteor shower — which peaked this past weekend — and the glow from the Russell Fire south of Hwy. 50.

Joseph A. Doak sadly passed away unexpectedly on July 29 at 96 years young. Born to William Clarence and Alice Blanche (Magnan) Doak in Vancouver B.C.

Like a self-conscious teenager, Colorado mountain towns have grown up with a bit of a psychological complex. Let’s call it the “Fear of Growing Uncool Problem” — FOG-ing UP, for short.

As an independent nurse anesthesiologist (CRNA) who proudly serves three rural hospitals with anesthesia and chronic pain services, I recognize that surgical services are the lifeblood of any rural facility.

Following the retirement of longtime Western State Colorado University head athletic trainer Don Mundell, assistant trainer Janine Pleau was announced recently as his replacement. Pleau has taken over all duties assigned to the position.

Losing more games than are won is always tough for an athletic program. It can be even tougher for an incoming coach, who doesn’t know whether players’ spirits are broken following a devastating season.