Whose nature? Colorado leads push to democratize the outdoors.

February 16, 2018 Denver—For Amadeo Franco, a high school junior who lives in Denver’s Cole neighborhood, the chance to escape the city and spend days and weeks exploring the mountains and parks in Colorado and Utah has been a godsend. Spending time in nature “is the only time I feel

Local Dentist Speaks to Head Start Parent Committee

On February 6th, Dr. Lisa Curry of Curry Dental Center in Williamsburg spoke to the WJCC Parent Committee. In recognition of Children’s Dental Health Month, Dr. Curry presented on The Importance of Dental Health and Oral Hygiene for Children. Parents learned why baby teeth are necessary, which foods and drinks

Ranking the Denver Broncos top 10 quarterback scenarios

Ranking the top 10 quarterback scenarios facing the Denver Broncos in the 2018 offseason, including signing Kirk Cousins or drafting a star… The Denver Broncos’ quarterback position is going to be the main area of focus between now and whenever it’s resolved. Unfortunately for Broncos fans, there may not be

CONSUMER REPORTS: How to see the dentist without insurance

With the rising cost of healthcare, many people may find themselves skipping dental visits — especially seniors. And Medicare doesn’t cover routine dental services. However Consumer Reports says there are a number of ways for you to get the care you need without it taking a huge bite out of

Easton dentist seeks kids for free dental exams

After getting her teeth cleaned during a "Give Kids a Smile" event at the Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University in 2015, Talicia Hadden, 6, picks up a dental instrument and tries to clean dental student Jason Allred’s teeth. (Michael Holahan / Associated Press) As part of the “Give