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Veterans Day, November 11, a Day of Honor

Veterans Day, November 11, a Day of Honor

   When we think of the veterans we want to honor on November 11, those who served in the “big” wars come to mind, including the World Wars, Korea, and Vietnam. The American Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War preceded these wars. All of our wars were fought by Americans to protect our freedom and the freedom of […]

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Veterans Day Honors the Sacrifice of Many

Veterans Day Honors the Sacrifice of Many

By Rachel Hoffman    Freedom comes at a high price when men and women have to risk and sacrifice their lives for the nation we have built and way of life we have come to enjoy. The men and women who have served our country in times of war and peace are some of our nation’s best citizens. We justly honor […]

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Gathering Around the Grand Dining Table

Gathering Around the Grand Dining Table

By Robert Reed        The wonderful tradition of gathering around the grand dining table for a celebrated meal with distinguished guests has not been around forever.    In historical terms the elegant dining table was not a feature in fashionable American homes until well into the 18th century. Before that time a relatively plain and solitary table might be crowded into […]

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Small Business Saturday: Homestead Antique Mall Leading the Way

Small Business Saturday: Homestead Antique Mall Leading the Way

Help Support Small Business Saturday, November 28    Small Business Saturday is a way for people to support small businesses that are a large part of our community. Homestead Antique Mall is a great example.. Located at 6530 Wadsworth Blvd. in Arvada, it has over 70 of Denver’s finest dealers with a wide variety of antiques and collectibles. So, if you […]

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Love Is All We Need

Love Is All We Need

Thanksgiving Art, 2 By Sandy Dale    “Okay, folks, it’s all over but the shoutin’,” my great-gram used to say. (She was an avid wrestling fan.) By the time you read this, the 2020 election will be over. Well, maybe. There may, indeed, be some shoutin’. So whether you are raising your beer in celebration or crying in it, the time […]

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