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While her friends are preparing to head off to college, Alex Jackson is as well — but she's going to a different type of school. On June 26, the 2016 Arapahoe High School graduate will head east for “Plebe Summer,” which will prepare her … more
A Centennial man accused of shooting his neighbor to death and wounding two others, including his own wife, has been ruled competent to stand trial following an evaluation at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, is … more
Mike Straka has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and calls himself a “trained scientist.” But his career path changed when he became chair of the Colorado Aviation Business Association about five years ago. “When you're flying,” said Straka, who's … more
For many homebrewers, the ultimate dream is to have your beer brewed professionally on a commercial scale. For Mark Buster, of Centennial — a member of the local homebrew club the Parker Hopaholics — that dream became a reality. His homemade … more
On an average summer day, Centennial Center Park radiates energy — children flock to the water playground, parents fix picnics at nearby tables, people lie on a grassy slope that faces the open amphitheater. Since the 11-acre park opened in … more
A man who seriously injured a Highlands Ranch jogger in a 2015 hit-and-run has been sentenced to one year in jail and four years of probation. Markus Lide, 32, of Highlands Ranch, struck Tina … more
Wayne Connell knew his wife, Sherri, was ill, but nobody else could tell. “We would park in disabled parking and people would yell at us for parking there,” Connell says. “We'd have people follow us all the way into the store, then my wife … more
Spectators lined the sidewalk to watch the Fire Truck Muster Parade that rolled down Main Street in Littleton with red lights flashing and sirens wailing. The Littleton Fire Department's 1914 truck led the June 11 parade of antique and … more
In a conference room in the basement of Bemis Public Library, a group of hopeful people spend their Tuesday mornings preparing for the moment that will determine whether they become United States citizens. “I want to have a voice,” said Ruth … more
As 90-degree heat dissipated, thousands converged on downtown Littleton for the Main Street Block Party. The event saw record attendance in its 10 year, according to Greg Reinke, president of the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchant's … more
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