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With the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the nation, 3 percent, Colorado has made mountainous gains when it comes to economic development following the recession that struck in December 2007 and lingered for years. Businesses are flocking to … more
The sanctuary was full to overflowing long before services began on April 11. Every pew, stairstep and space on the wall was filled by mourners who came to pay their final respects to Dr. Kenneth Atkinson at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church. … more
Aliyah Martinez of Lakewood is earning an associate’s degree in precision machining this May, just before her high school graduation. She wants to become a mechanical engineer and believes having a base of knowledge in machining will help her in … more
The Highlands Ranch Metro District and South Suburban Parks and Recreation may partner on a new ice rink in the area. “Within the next six months, we will have some type of recommendation to see if we want to move forward with this project,” … more
Two parks in Centennial have miniature models of schoolhouses with free children's books inside. They are called “Little Free Libraries” and serve as public book exchanges. “We just think it's awesome,” said Wendi Palmer, of Englewood, at … more
The Family Resource Pavilion is a new collaborative effort between nine entities in Douglas and Arapahoe counties dedicated to providing services to troubled youths and families. The new building celebrated its grand opening April 7, while services … more
Formal charges, including first-degree murder, have been filed against the Centennial man accused of killing his neighbor and wounding two women April 4. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, appeared in court the morning of April 8 and continued to deny that … more
More than a few bills in the 10-bill Ready to Work package making its way though the Colorado Legislature this session focus on an obvious component of workforce development: education. Similarly, school districts and local colleges continue to … more
When I sat down for an interview with Northglenn Economic Development Manager Debbie Tuttle last month for my weekly “Coffee with…” column, she seemingly couldn’t say enough about workforce development — in her home city of Northglenn, … more
While Deb Nabb explains her ways of rehabilitating neglected dogs, Canello sneakily applies a few affectionate licks to her cheek. The boxer mix's face says so much when he looks at his foster mom, namely that he's grateful to have found … more
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