Posted Nov 19, 2013By Anya Semenoff
Jeannine Spicer’s parents purchased the house beside Sloan’s Lake in 1964 and continued to live there until her mother’s passing in 2010. During that time, the house underwent few renovations. When Spicer inherited the property, she decided to fully demolish the interior, while still preserving the historic and architectural characteristics of the 1936 Tudor building. For her efforts, Spicer and June Eshelman won a 2013 Mayor’s Design Award in the “It Just Fits” category.
On August 8, 1974, President Richard M. Nixon resigned in the wake of the Watergate scandal. He was the first presi
The 12,000 people who fled in fear of more gas pipeline explosions in Taiwan's second-largest city returned to thei
The World Health Organization says the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history now has killed more than 700 people acro
Children in 4H and FFA are prepping their livestock for show and possible sale at the upcoming Douglas County Fair,
After nearly 40 years in Denver, the Germinal Theater has moved its operations to Westminster.
Photos from a pro-Israel rally on the west steps of the state Capitol in Denver on Sunday, July 27 2014. A few hun