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A merry night of hot cocoa, cookies, Santa and lots of lights

New shoes, a Doc McStuffins doll and nunchakus are what brother and sister Michael Corcoran, 5, and Laila, 7, excitedly whispered into Santa's ear. Behind them, waiting their turn, stood a line of children with hot cocoa mustaches and cookies in …
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Putting faith to work

Since the late 1990s, Stan Brown and his wife, Tami, have been teaching Kazakhstani farmers to grow apples and other fruit trees. The Browns live in Castle Rock now, but they lived full-time in Kazakhstan until 2010. Stan returns to the Central …
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    • Arapahoe Road Trailhead opens after 6 years construction

      After six yearsof construction, the Arapahoe Road Trailhead is open for public use. “We are really thrilled that the city has this gem located in it,” Mayor Cathy Noon said. “We are happy with the partners that came together … All the …

    • Thanksgiving food boxes handed out

      Integrated Family Community Services enlisted the help of a small army of volunteers Nov. 19 to distribute boxes containing all the fixings for a Thanksgiving dinner to about 500 needy families and seniors. “This event has been held for at …

    • South Suburban creates blueprint for the future

      Nearly six decades into its existence, the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District is developing its first master plan, guiding the future of parks, trails, open space and public recreation in the area. “We're really looking at the …

    • Driver accused of killing two women expected to plead guilty

      Taden Jones, a 2015 Arapahoe High School graduate accused of causing a car crash in Centennial that killed two women, is expected to enter a guilty plea at a Jan. 6 hearing, his attorney, Suzanne …

    • Streets at SouthGlenn hosts free holiday events

      The Streets at SouthGlenn is going beyond decorations for its busiest season of the year and will attract customers with a variety of free events. “We consider ourselves part of the community first and foremost,” said Keri Navarette, …