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Ky Oday: Gaining by giving from volunteerism

By Patti Arnold

Cyniah Oday doesn’t understand why Daddy goes to so many meetings and is on the phone so much. Then again, she just turned 6. She does, however, get excited when Daddy asks her to help sell Lions Club Carnival tickets, and that makes ...


Jeff Mason: Palisade band leader invests in students

By Amy Hamilton

Students strike the usual poses in a wealth of photographs on Palisade High School band director Jeff Mason’s wall. There they are in formal wear, smiling under arbors or basking in sun-drenched senior photos, leaning against trees or ...


Curtis Lincoln: Seeding a church & watching it grow

By Melinda Mawdsley

The way Hannah Lincoln sees it, her husband, Curtis, is “like one of the disciples of the Bible.” The comparison may not be far-fetched. Although the professions of Jesus’ disciples are not mentioned in the Bible, there are ...


Dave Krogman: Bringing the sky to everyone

By Gary Harmon

Once a year, Dave Krogman gets to set aside for a moment the business of running West Star Aviation and take up another passion: taking part in the Special Needs Air Show. Hundreds of children and young adults cover the tarmac during the ...


Dan Kirby: Delicious dreaming made real

By Katie Langford

If the culinary program at Western Colorado Community College was a living, breathing person, program coordinator Dan Kirby could very well be considered its parent. Kirby was there in 1990, when he and Kerry Youngblood, then the principal ...


Gail Howe: Bringing life to the CMU campus & beyond

By Jon Mitchell

For all of the memories Jennifer Stoll has of her good friend, Gail Howe, one of them sticks out from all others. “We were out at the Maverick Classic and she was a volunteer for us,” Stoll, the executive director of the Greater ...


Jim Calaway: Charity key to happiness for incurable businessman

By Dennis Webb

Native Texan Jim Calaway used to own a condo in Aspen, but when it came time to move to Colorado full-time, he was like many others who decided he preferred a cheaper down-valley life. He chose to live in a comfortable but by Aspen standards ...


Arja Family: The whole family is part of this racquet

By Tim Harty

They have been around Grand Junction tennis courts the past decade in any number of capacities. Maybe it’s the kids — Jillian, Nicky and Ben — playing tennis for Grand Junction High School. Maybe it’s the same sibling ...


Father of slain Denver boy says mom threatened to kill him

By The AP

DENVER — The father of a 5-year-old Denver boy whose mother shot him while they were visiting family in Montana said he had tried for months to convince Colorado child welfare workers that his son was not safe with his mother. Ken ...


Denver-area officer accused of touching women he pulled over

By The AP

BRIGHTON — A suburban Denver police officer was charged with unlawful sexual contact after being accused of touching three women during early morning traffic stops, a prosecutor said Monday as authorities tried to determine if any other ...


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