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Democrats and Republicans aren’t the only ones reaching out to Colorado voters — the Libertarian and Green parties are hoping to target disaffected voters who do not care for either Republican nominee Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Hillary … more
Amid the food vendors and festivalgoers, politicians and their supporters worked Main Street in an effort to sway votes. The recent sunny Saturday — Western Welcome Week’s Festival Day — in downtown Littleton was more evidence of Arapahoe … more
While Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has attempted to distance himself from the party’s presidential candidate in his effort to retain the 6th Congressional District seat, his opponent is making an effort to tie Coffman to Donald Trump’s words. “I … more
The 18th Judicial District has become the first in Colorado to go all-digital with the legal process known as “discovery.” District Attorney George H. Brauchler volunteered his district to be the first in the state to go live with a new … more
The recent groundbreaking of a 306-unit multifamily housing development on East Mineral Avenue marks the start of the Opus Group's 42-acre, mixed-use project known as The Jones District, Centennial's largest commercial development. The six-story … more
About 125 invited guests gathered for the Aug. 25 official River Run Recreational Project opening, while perhaps proof of the project's success was the fact that there were dozens of children on the playground and dozens of enthusiasts surfing the … more
Margie Schoedel's daughter, Rebecca Yarberry, had proposed the idea of the two of them going on a volunteer trip with CURE International, a nonprofit organization that operates hospitals and programs in 29 developing countries around the … more
“Adventure on the High Line Canal, Charting Our Course for the Next Century” Chapter 3: Our Story. Area residents who count the High Line Canal as a part of their lives are again invited to share opinions at several community open houses, … more
Over the past few months, the City of Centennial has been seeking feedback for Centennial NEXT, a 12-18 month comprehensive planning process that asks residents to help establish priorities for the city through 2030. Throughout the Centennial … more
Kids and adults can get up close and personal with a variety of heavy equipment on Sept. 3 at South Suburban Parks and Recreation's Touch-a-Truck in the parking lot of the South Suburban Ice Arena, 6580 S. Vine St., Centennial. Trucks, tractors, … more
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