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Work started four years ago to turn the Options Secondary Program into a cohesive campus, but its leaders say the process is already increasing student performance even though there's more to do. “The thoughtful and methodical way you have done … more
When Bill Payne sees the drones, his eyes light up, and one can't help wondering what's behind them. But he can't tell you. His wife, Linda, sheds some light on what might be going on in his mind as he watches the drones dart around the … more
It's not Larry Ruden's first rodeo, but it is his first barbecue. Ruden, of Lakewood, has served as a master judge at barbecue contests, but has chosen the Smokin' Brew BBQ in downtown Parker Sept. 4-6 to make his official debut as a … more
Parker Garage owner Brent Walker always planned to have food from local farmers and ranchers on his menu, but never envisioned pioneering an all-encompassing ranch-to-table concept. Walker and executive chef Duy Pham have hatched a plan to grow … more
As the 15th anniversary of the vote establishing Centennial approaches, the city is still ranked as one of the safest cities in the state. Protect America, a national home security company, recently chose the city as number five on its Top 10 … more
In the final day of competition for the state’s biggest bike race, Rohan Dennis held on to his overall lead, and helped show just how dominant he and the rest of Team BMC had been. After seven days of racing hundreds of miles over some of the … more
The fifth annual USA Pro Challenge will always be remembered as the year women pro cyclists first took part in the state’s biggest professional bike race. “This race alone has made my comeback worth it,” said Kristin Armstrong, overall … more
Topgolf Centennial is officially open, and it saw more than 30,000 guests in its first week, according to Casey Daniels, director of operations. The location at 10601 East Easter Avenue held its grand opening Aug. 21. The company has 20 other … more
Representatives of three organizations joined forces at the Rocky Mountain Roller Hockey arena in Lakewood Aug. 22 and, in about four hours, packaged ingredients for thousands of meals that will be sent to an orphanage for special needs children in … more
Habitat for Humanity’s work on the lots at 2329 W. Harvard Ave. in Englewood from Aug. 19-23 featured the familiar sounds of power saws and hammer hitting nails. What was different was that all of the volunteers working at the site were … more
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