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Trying my hand at barter system

“Do you believe in bartering?” That was the question I received recently from a loyal reader in the community. First she asked me if I believed … more

Littleton's Weekends on Main: Don’t call it a street festival

Main Street in downtown Littleton will soon play host to outdoor dining on weekends, but don’t think of it as a street festival. City officials announced they received approval from the Tri-County … more

Independent pharmacy in Englewood aims for personal touch

While working as a pharmacy manager at a Rite Aid Pharmacy and a Walgreens from June 2017 to October 2019, Bridget Logan felt frustrated with her role related to patient care. Logan’s job required … more

Choosing a Retirement Plan for Your Business

If you own a business, you understand the importance of attracting and retaining key employees. One of the most vital steps you can take to take care … more

McComb keeps on truckin’

Jack McComb’s heart lives in Littleton, but his life is on the road. “I enjoy driving and seeing different things,” he said. “It’s not exactly like being a tourist, because there’s a lot of places the truck can’t go. But I get to … more

'Panic is our worst enemy,' Sky Ridge official says, as hospital braces for 'surge'

Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree reports it has plenty of supplies to handle the ever-worsening COVID-19 outbreak in the Denver metro area and throughout the country, but it is preparing for the … more

Author’s book keeps both children, parents smiling

Unimpressed with his son’s collection of children’s books, Mike Fortunato decided to write his own book, a story not only the little ones can enjoy but also one for parents. The Standley Lake High School Graduate and longtime Westminster and … more

FINANCE: Kicking the Fiscal Can Down the Road

If small business owners behaved the way politicians do, the economy would be in a lot worse shape than it is.  Waiting since last July for the … more

FINANCE: Creating Value in Your Business to Get Top Dollar When You Leave It

Did you ever wonder why one business has buyers lined up willing to pay top dollar while another sits on the market for months, or even years? What … more

Experts explore future of job growth

The news was mostly positive and upbeat at this year’s annual economic forecast breakfast, hosted by the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Dec. 13 and attended by nearly 800 area business and civic leaders. After brief opening remarks from … more

Businesses recognized through awards program

Beginning in 1990, the city of Westminster sponsored the annual Business Appreciation event, honoring local businesses. For 2013, the city made a change and started the Business Legacy Awards Program, recognizing businesses who have reached … more

Anchor stores open first at Park Meadows

Park Meadows stores are opening on an individual basis as the mall awaits the go-ahead from the health department to open its corridors once again. Stores with exterior entrances, like Dick's … more

State suspending Castle Rock restaurant's business license after it defies public health order

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment believes that C&C Coffee and Kitchen in Castle Rock is causing "an immediate health hazard," Gov. Jared Polis said at a May 11 news … more

Marijuana and its Future Employee Impact

Marijuana has been with us a long time. Its earliest recorded use dates back to the third millennium BC.  It is estimated that 162 million people … more

Health department orders Castle Rock restaurant to close

The Tri-County Health Department has ordered a Castle Rock restaurant to close after it reopened its doors to full dine-in service May 10, allowing dozens of customers inside despite public health … more

Boom-year for Thornton business

It is with great pleasure that I highlight the many accomplishments for the City of Thornton in 2013. The city is seeing significant advancements with the creation of the 144th Avenue Redevelopment Area and opening of Cabela’s as the anchor … more

Bonus Incentive Plans For Employees: What's The Point?

When I ask business owners about the possibility of installing an employee incentive plan, I often hear one of two responses: • “I would like to do something to reward my key employees for … more

Eliminating the Excuses in 2013

The greatest thing about starting a new year is the fresh start that it brings. That first day, week, or month on the 2013 calendar gives us … more

For Parker Adventist, 'it's tough not knowing' extent of local COVID-19 spread

Parker Adventist Hospital has plenty of masks, gowns and gloves, but doctors, nurses and staff are working harder than ever preparing for the unknown. Dr. Devin Bateman, chief medical officer at … more

Transforming your Social Security into a Winning Retirement Strategy

I recently invited Rob Krohn of BlackRock Asset Management to come to Denver and provide a presentation on social security retirement benefits. He … more
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