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Bennett Rutledge has lived in what’s now Centennial since 1998. He has worked as an information technology professional for more than four decades, currently with a banking company and formerly with the Federal Highway Administration. He has a … more
Nancy Nickless and her husband have lived in what’s now Centennial since 1998. She works in the department of physiology and biophysics as a finance and accounting senior professional for the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. She and … more
John Miquel has lived in Centennial since 2013. He is the small-business owner of and attorney at the Law Firm of John F. Miquel. He was previously a manager and corporate trainer in the hospitality industry. He has a law degree from the St. … more
Marlo Alston has lived in Centennial since 2004. She is a “military wife” and mother of military veterans. She works in workers’ compensation claims management. She has sat on the city’s Open Space Advisory Board and was a homeowners … more
Tamara Hunter-Maurer has lived in what’s now Centennial for 34 years. She is a professional engineer with a focus on transportation, roads and construction with the state of Colorado. She has worked on projects as project manager or as technical … more
Charlette Fleming has lived in what’s now Centennial since 2000 with her family. She is a senior accounting consultant for AxxessConnect, a telecommunications and information technology service provider. She has a bachelor’s degree in general … more
Nora Earnest couldn't look at her bedsheets without her stomach turning. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2008 at age 32, the beginning of a three-year back-and-forth between treatment and relapse. After about nine months of her first round of … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation has kicked off a five-month asphalt pavement repair project on 14 segments of highway, affecting six counties in and around the metropolitan area. Repair projects will take place in Adams, Arapahoe, … more
After sundown at Centennial Center Park, neon lights and people moving around with little noise would usually be an oddity. But on Oct. 6, silent dancing was the goal for the city’s Youth Commission, which had the idea for the event after one … more
There are some days, primarily in the summer months between May and September, when Coloradans should re-think partaking in vigorous exercise outside. But that doesn’t mean the air quality here is so concerning that everybody should feel they … more
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