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Topgolf, one of the country's fastest-growing niche sports entertainment businesses, wants to open its first Colorado outlet in Centennial. The company, which was founded in England and has more than a dozen U.S. locations, is currently … more
Dozens of members of the Arapaho Tribal Nation visited Arapahoe High School on March 21, interacting with students and performing traditional ceremonies. The event brought the Arapaho Tribe from the Wind River Indian Reservation in Riverton, Wyo., … more
John Brackney, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, unexpectedly announced his resignation via email to chamber members March 24. “In order for the chamber to take new steps, the time has come for me to pass the … more
The suspect in a high-speed chase that ended in Douglas County faces 26 criminal charges, including attempted first-degree murder. Ryan Cole Stone, 28, was arrested March 12 after crashing the last of three stolen vehicles into an unsuspecting … more
An argument between two co-workers in the kitchen of the Lone Tree Qdoba triggered a stabbing that hospitalized one man and led to the other's arrest. Thomas Javon Alston, 22, of Centennial, was held on charges of first-degree assault, criminal … more
Colorado's long-underfunded public school system would receive an additional $300 million in funding and increased per-pupil dollars, under a pair of school finance bills that cleared a House committee on March 19. However, the battle over how … more
Centennial resident John Bauer describes the surgery that eased his Parkinson's disease symptoms as a small miracle. “I have an increase in energy and just feel overall better,” said the 66-year-old, diagnosed with the disease 10 years ago. … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman visited the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce March 19 and brought with him Rep. Sam Graves, of Missouri, chairman of the House Small Business Committee. The two Republican lawmakers faced a fairly friendly crowd of … more
Littleton Rotarian Dale Flowers used to think kids couldn't possibly be going hungry in a community like Littleton, and he suspects a lot of people think the same way. “There is a huge population of children who get free and reduced lunches, … more
With Littleton Public Schools ready to get to work on the extensive list of projects that voters approved money for last November, the administration wants the public to know that safety, transparency, efficiency and economy are their … more
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