Denver Encourages Residents To Compost

Denver Encourages Residents To Compost

Denver has too much trash in the landfills. We can recycle to reduce our carbon footprint and we can also compost.What is composting, you may ask? Well everything that grows will eventually decompose. Composting is the natural process of recycling organic material. Some of the things you can compost include yard trimmings, office refuse, used tea bags, fruit and vegetable scraps, hair and fur among other things.According to NRDC, “composting...

Cherry Creek School District Has A New Four-legged Member

Cherry Creek School District Has A New Four-legged Member

Cherry Creek School District has a new member. His name is Riley and he is a 9-week-old black Labrador puppy. Riley will be the first therapy dog in the district.Riley was sworn into the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office by Sheriff Tyler Brown during a ceremony on Monday.The pup will be partnered with School Resource Officer, Deputy Adam Nardi. Together they will be assigned to and will visit all schools in...

Queen Elizabeth II Passes At 96 Years Old

Queen Elizabeth II Passes At 96 Years Old

Today in London, UK, the country and those around the world mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II. She passed at the old age of 96. The palace announced she died at her summer residence in Scotland. Members of the royal family rushed to the Balmoral Castle to be by her side in the last remaining moments of her life.With her passing, her eldest son, Charles, Prince of Wales, is...

Rockys Autos has Closed.  Shagman needs a Job

Rockys Autos has Closed. Shagman needs a Job

For over 40 years, Rockys Auto has been selling inexpensive cars to Denverites, but that chapter has drawn to a close. On Wednesday, their website, RockysAutosInc.com, was updated to say only "Rocky's Autos is no longer in business as of September 6, 2022. Thank you." Rockys Auto was best known for their red hats, seen on homeless people all over the city, and their barrage of TV Ads, featuring Audra,...

More Safety Needed On Scooters

More Safety Needed On Scooters

Once again the scooters littering the streets of Denver are at the crux of an accident. This time though, the scooter rider lost their life. The Denver Police Department is investigating a death that occurred during the early morning hours on Tuesday. The person was riding a scooter when they reportedly struck a parked vehicle before 2:46 a.m. They were severely injured by the accident and later succumbed to their...

Game of Hide-And-Seek For Art Lover’s

Game of Hide-And-Seek For Art Lover’s

Today in Denver, local artists hid works around the city for people to find and keep. The event is known as #ArtDropDenver and encourages people to go on a hunt for art. I have to say this is the best game of hide-and-seek I have ever seen.The first Tuesday of September is World Art drop Day. In celebration of this, local artists have hidden their works around the Denver Metro...

Community College of Denver Offers Cannabis Certificate Programs

Community College of Denver Offers Cannabis Certificate Programs

There is a new and exciting opportunity for those interested in entering the ever-growing cannabis industry. The Community College of Denver and Green Flower, the leader in cannabis education, have partnered together to provide students with career opportunities in the cannabis industry.With this new partnership, CCD will offer three cannabis certificate programs to provide job skills training for those pursuing a career in the cannabis industry. This is a great...

Emotional Support Alligator Cools Off In Fountain

Emotional Support Alligator Cools Off In Fountain

It’s been a hot summer in Philadelphia. Kids and their pets alike were trying to cool off when one child and their unusual pet garnered much attention. According to a local Philadelphia news station, CBS3 Philadelphia, a young girl and her emotional support alligator are out on a stroll and take a little splash in the fountains at Love Park.    An emotional support alligator you ask? Well, yes....

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