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Centennial's very own Artisans and Farmers Market drew crowds to Centennial Center Park on July 12. The monthly event brings together an eclectic mix of artisans, crafters, local produce growers, musicians and gourmet food trucks, all fresh for … more
Drew Webster learned this summer that science isn't all about hard facts and cold laboratories. “I guess I learned that people are my passion,” she said. “I like to spend as much time with people as possible. … I just really want to help … more
At the conclusion of nearly six weeks in Colorado, 13 Finnish teens understand what the phrase “to climb a 14er” means. “In Finland, (we would) use kilometers, not feet,” one of the students, Helena Nikkinen, said. Participants in a … more
Girded for the reality of traffic on Interstate 25, Castle Pines resident Rick Egitto pads 5- to 10-minutes onto what should be a 15-minute daily commute to Inverness. “It's gotten more and more frustrating,” said Egitto, a commercial real … more
Englewood Police Chief John Collins detailed reasons he and other Arapahoe County law enforcement officials want to establish a drug task force. “The South Metro Drug Task Force that successfully conducted drug-related investigations was … more
Sen. Mark Udall and several other congressional Democrats unveiled legislation last week that seeks to push back against a recent and controversial Supreme Court decision over contraception. Udall's bill, which is being dubbed the “Not My … more
Parker cyclist Harry Porter has twice narrowly escaped being hit by a car on Jordan Road. The busy street is among the few alternatives for north or southbound riders trying to cross Arapahoe Road. But not for much longer. By next May, an … more
Goodson Recreation Center welcomed three pieces of sculpture that are very different from each other but fit right in to their new surroundings. The public and representatives of South Suburban Parks and Recreation got a look at them during a … more
As thousands of Central American immigrants, mostly women and children, continue to pour across the border between Mexico and the United States in what some are calling an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, chambers of commerce across the country called for immediate reform. more
A worsening child-immigration emergency prompted a blame game among Colorado politicos last week as candidates in key upcoming elections jockeyed for position on a politically dicey issue for all involved. Developments involving the thousands of … more
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