Welcome to The North Star’s Coloring Page! With so many families at home, we wanted to include an activity in this month’s issue. In celebration of Earth Day, we hope your young (or young at heart) family members enjoy an extra activity. When you’re finished coloring, hang your artwork in your window! Next time your family is out for a walk, see how many other drawings … [Read more...] about Earth Day Coloring Page!
Archives for April 2020
Hello members of the Northwest Denver Community from your Denver Police District 1 Police Station. Thank you for reading The Denver North Star paper and enjoying all the great features and articles. I am excited as I have been offered the opportunity to share information and crime prevention tips with the community we serve on a regular basis. As everyone is aware, our … [Read more...] about Welcome From Our Newest Columnist
As we navigate the uncharted and terrifying territory of the coronavirus, the signs of our times stand out as a stark reminder of our responsibility toward one another. Messages ring out with warnings from the first shrill cell phone “Emergency Alert” that heralded the “Stay at Home” order on March 26 to signs everywhere. Shops, restaurants and stores heed social distancing, … [Read more...] about Street Seen: Sign of the Times
Poet and essayist Kathryn Winograd in March released her newest of six books, “Slow Arrow: Unearthing the Frail Children." Photo by Ken Lutes “In Florissant, there was this ancient volcano that erupted all the time, and that’s why there’s all those fossils there.” Regis University professor and poet Kathryn Winograd is talking about Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, … [Read more...] about Regis Prof Winograd Explores Nature in New Book of Essays
The Colorado State Legislature usually has 120 days to meet starting in January, but like many other things this year, that calendar took a different turn when the legislature recessed last month due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus in the capitol. Representative Alex Valdez Back in our January issue, we talked with two of North Denver’s legislators, Sen. … [Read more...] about State Legislature Takes Unprecedented Break, Refocuses