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A Centennial businessman, engineer and project manager, Jack Tate hopes to put practical, private-sector experience to use on behalf of fellow Coloradans. The former Centennial City Council candidate and Republican precinct leader boasts the … more
Centennial City Council approved a tax shareback deal as part of its final OK of the Topgolf project. According to the agreement, Topgolf can keep 25 percent of its retail sales-tax income in its first year, 34 percent the second year, and 50 … more
Chris Rotar Editor 303-566-4102 crotar@coloradocommunitymedia.com www.ColoradoCommunityMedia.com  more
When developers razed the Cherry Creek North building that had for decades housed Chateau Liquors, the store's owners never thought of shutting down. Instead, they looked for a new site to continue the story of the business known for its customer … more
The TriCity Academy application team announced plans to submit a request for a charter to the Englewood, Littleton and Sheridan school districts by Aug. 1. “We plan to apply to all three districts for a charter and we will locate in the … more
Tyler Brown, 31, is hoping to shake things up at the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office. “For far too long, people have seen the sheriff's position placed in the hands of the person next in line, leaving the voters with not much of a say until … more
School's out for the summer, but the hard work is just getting started. “This is going to make Littleton's learning environment better for kids, a warmer place,” said Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Scott Murphy, speaking literally … more
The Arapahoe High School parking lot hummed with activity June 8 as hundreds of runners, walkers and volunteers gathered for the second annual Splash Dash to raise money for the Drennen's Dreams Foundation. Booths supporting a variety of … more
A panel of veteran car enthusiasts waxed nostalgic during a special evening that heralded the arrival of this year's Colorado Concours … more
With senior classes at most Douglas County High Schools numbering in the 400-plus range, the individual attention granted to most students during graduation is limited to a handshake. Not so for Zander Kayyali. Not only did all the members of … more
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