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Fitness comes to breweries

For personal trainers Paul and Lindsay Chavez, physical fitness is important. But so is enjoying your life. “You can’t be physically fit, if you’re not mentally fit,” Paul said. That’s the idea that led him and his wife, Lindsay, to …
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Retired farmer creates art from wood

The hum of the scroll saw filled the shop as Bob Webb focused on creating another of his wooden works of art. On this day, he worked on a wooden cross. His skilled hands guided the saw blade as he followed the intricate pattern cutting away small …
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Beer, barbecue and bands heat up Centennial

Linda McCubbin and her husband, Greg, spent the night of July 16 at Centennial Center Park for the city's first Brew-N-Que, a barbecue and beer-tasting festival. The Highlands Ranch couple stayed busy serving Southern cuisine at their food truck, …
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    • South Metro Fire Rescue honors citizen heroes

      As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. Einar Jensen, South Metro Fire Rescue's risk-reduction specialist, said that philosophy also applies to keeping communities safe. Jensen, South Metro Deputy Chief Mike Dell'Orfano and …

    • A chance to fly again

      Six residents of MorningStar Assisted Living Facility in Littleton got the chance to fly in a 1942 Boeing Stearman at Centennial Airport on July 8. The trips were arranged by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated …

    • Free transportation training seminars set

      Citizens of Centennial have the opportunity to learn about a variety of transportation tools, including mobile apps and public transportation systems, in upcoming training seminars. “These trainings are scheduled throughout the city,” Allison …

    • New House bill helps high-schoolers, businesses

      High school students will now have more internship, apprenticeship and other job training opportunities following the passing of House Bill 1288, signed into law mid-June by Gov. John Hickenlooper. Rep. Sen. Jack Tate (R-Centennial) backed the …

    • Accident survivor stays active on prosthetic legs

      On May 4, 2014, Kristin Hopkins had planned to be challenging herself at a Spartan Sprint obstacle course race. Instead, she was taking a helicopter ride to St. Anthony Hospital after spending six days trapped in her Chevy Malibu, 80 feet off the …

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