LAKEWOOD, Colo. - Marvin Leonard Burfield, 72, passed away on July 8, 2016, at the University Hospital in Aurora, Colo. Born Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, 1943, at Fitzsimmons Army General Hospital in Aurora, Colo. he was the son of Marvel and Vera (Irvin) Burfield. In 1961, he graduated from Otis Rural High School. He was a graduate of Kansas State University. A resident of Lakewood, Colo. since 1968, coming from Amarillo, Texas, he was employed for the United States Government Department of Interior.
Software that attempts to catch cheaters, and tests that determine college readiness, will have a negative effect on enrollment at Barton Community College, according to BCC administrators. The extent of the impact won't be immediately known.
Billie Eugene Ogden - son, brother, cousin, nephew, friend - left his temporary home on this Earth to be with God in Heaven. He passed away at the age of 23 years old at Via Christi St. Francis on July 10, 2016.
The Dodge City DCK Vaqueros, meaning DCK Cowboys, soccer team took part in a tournament in Denver recently. There were 16 teams category U15 taking part and the Vaqueros beat three teams, advanced to the semifinals but lost by penalty kicks. The team is coached by Evaristo Cabrera and Rogelio Villalon from Dodge City. The team is part of Alianza de Futbol Hispano, an American organization dedicated to the development and support of amateur Hispanic soccer.
The farmers market here is a rousing event, filling the town square with dozens of produce vendors from around the state and local bands providing nonstop music. It's also one of the most tightly-governed markets in the nation.
The Barton Community College Board of Trustees has taken extra measures to be transparent with its decisions and stewardship of tax dollars with the launch of a web page dedicated to transparency and accountability.
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|Letters to the Editor
A Vice Presidential pick is a defining moment in a campaign, motivating nominees to utilize unique strategies. Some try to accentuate their heavyweight status by partnering up with less vibrant versions of themselves in what might be called the "Bad Xerox Without Any Toner" maneuver. Think... Dan Quayle.
The rising star in education innovation may be Estonia. And according to the Hechinger report, it gets its momentum not by ignoring struggling students at the bottom of the curve but by pulling them along.
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