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To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of our demise are greatly exaggerated. Newspapers have a million ways of being useful and some of them have nothing at all to do with being black and white and read … more
Haley Showalter, considered among the top prep track and field athletes in the United States, is a member of the Class of 2015 at Valor Christian. In the fall, Showalter will attend the University of Wisconsin, where she will compete for the … more
Friends, family and students shivered through the Cherry Creek High School commencement ceremony May 20 at the Stutler Bowl. The rain and cold could not keep away the more than 800 graduates who won $25.7 million in college scholarships. Graduates … more
The Centennial City Council has approved new rules for parking recreational vehicles on city streets. “With summer approaching, it is important for those with camping trailers, fifth wheels, recreational trailers and motor homes be aware of … more
If all you have planned this summer is hiking, biking and swimming, you might try Centennial Center Park for a change of pace. The park will hold eight events/series packed with music, culture, movies, laser shows, art and food starting June … more
The focus was remembering the sacrifices of those who died in service of their country at the May 25 Memorial Day ceremonies at Fort Logan National Cemetery. “I try to come here every year from Colorado Springs,” Vietnam veteran Oliver … more
The number of children with severe allergies and asthma has skyrocketed since Littleton Public Schools began tracking such data in 2004, according to Melissa Cooper, director of special education and student support services. “It really puts … more
The Littleton High School Class of 2015 rocked the Littleton Public Schools Stadium house on May 22 with lyrics of wisdom from Taylor Swift, the Hobbit and Tarzan, even sneaking in some Outkast with its class motto: “So Fresh, So … more
The dreary morning of May 21 suddenly seemed bright and warm and full of Warrior spirit when Arapahoe High School principal Natalie Pramenko presented retiring superintendent Scott Murphy with a gift that was fitting in many ways: a quilt handmade … more
Principal Stacey Riendeau said goodbye on May 20 to the first group of students to go all the way through Heritage High School under her watch. “I knew from day one you would be a special class,” she told the graduating seniors as they … more
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