A Denver nonprofit has built 270 bridges in impoverished places around the world. Now it’s turning to its backyard in RiNo.

In Africa and Central and South America, hundreds of suspension bridges built by a Denver-based nonprofit group have connected rural communities to health care, schools and jobs — serving as literal lifelines across rivers, especially during flood season. Bridges to Prosperity’s latest footbridge project is much closer to home, and the group’s leaders have similarRead More

Denver Nuggets forward Juancho Hernangomez diagnosed with mono

Nuggets forward Juancho Hernangomez will lead the Nuggets summer league team in Las Vegas beginning July 7. Denver Nuggets reserve forward Juancho Hernangomez has been diagnosed with mononucleosis, the team announced Tuesday. Hernangomez, a second-year player out of Spain, was officially ruled out of Monday’s loss to the Wizards with an undisclosed illness and didRead More

How To Find A Dentist That Works For You

You need to have a dentist that you go to on a regular basis if you want to keep your teeth in good shape. There are a lot of them to pick from, so this guide will show you how to find a good dentist. A dentist should be well reviewed when you look themRead More

Colorado’s beef producers see big chill ahead if NAFTA goes away

Mature beef cattle at the JBS Five Rivers feedlot on June 23, 2015 in Greeley. If the North American Free Trade Agreement ends, it could potentially mean a very big chill on one of Colorado’s biggest industries: beef. Today, Colorado beef producers enjoy duty-free, unlimited access to Canada and Mexico, the state’s top trade partners.Read More

Fighting Cavities Without A Dentist Drill

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Not many people look forward to going to the dentist, especially children. Now, there’s a new liquid doctors are using to fight cavities painlessly, without a drill. “They’re going to pull my teeth out,” said six-year-old Uriah Webb. Just ask Uriah’s mom how much they both hate the dentist’s office.Read More

Restorative Dentistry Market Worth 21.27 Billion USD by 2022

Seattle, WA — (SBWIRE) — 10/13/2017 — The report "Restorative Dentistry Market by Product (Restorative Material (Composite, Amalgam, Ceramic, Adhesive, Biomaterial), Prosthetic, Equipment (CAD/CAM, Handpiece, Articulator, Furnace) End User (Hospital, Dental Clinic, Laboratory) – Global Forecast to 2022", The restorative dentistry market is expected to reach USD 21.27 Billion by 2022 from an estimated USDRead More

Greenwood Village Apartments for Rent

Home of the Denver Technological Center. Suburb Commuter Parks Outdoors Public Transportation Schools Greenwood Village is a small suburban community about ten miles south of downtown Denver. Commuting to Denver is fairly painless—about thirty minutes by car or rail service via the E line. Greenwood Village contains several decently-sized parks and borders the enormous CherryRead More

Denver Nuggets offense explodes in preseason win against Los Angeles Lakers

Denver Nuggets’ Emmanuel Mudiay, left, drives as Los Angeles Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson, center, is screened by Darrell Arthur during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. Despite sitting most of their starting lineup, the Denver Nuggets blew past the Los Angeles Lakers 122-104 Wednesday night inRead More

Eleanor Ellis

GREENWOOD Eleanor L. Ellis, 88, passed away September 22, 2017 at her daughter’s home in Greenwood surrounded by her children, following years of blessed time at Greenwood Village South. She is survived by daughter Denise Ellis (Becky), Son Jeff Ellis (Jan), Daughter Cindy Battle (Bob), and grandsons Tyler, Logan, and Ross. Eleanor graduated from TheRead More