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Where can you catch hundreds of kids and adults playing alongside bouncy houses, putt-putt courses and former Denver Broncos players? The 40th anniversary event at the City of Englewood’s Broken Tee Golf Course drew golfers of all ages June 21 … more
With summer in full swing and temperatures reaching the 90s, Centennial Water and Sanitation District encourages residents to be mindful of their water usage. “If they use more, it costs more,” said Rick McCloud, water resources manager of … more
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a measure intended to bolster the rights of Colorado residents whose property is seized during criminal investigations. The measure — signed by the governor June 9 and sponsored by Democratic … more
Collaboration within the aerospace industry could launch Colorado’s already booming space economy into new heights, and a new startup is setting the platform for liftoff. NovaSpace officially launched on June 8 with a panel of experts talking … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman has joined the effort to help find a Littleton police officer who went missing in mid-June while mountain climbing in Russia. Coffman met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in Washington, D.C., on June 23 to discuss the deployment of specialized mountain search-and-rescue teams and Russian military helicopters in the search for Highlands Ranch resident Steven Beare. more
U.S. Rep.Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, honored two south metro Denver students with a Congressional Award Medal, established in 1979 to recognize initiative, achievement and service in young people. Students may earn a bronze, silver or gold … more
Sabrina, a 20-year-old Parker resident who asked her last name not be used, learned of the Aug. 5 closing of the town's Planned Parenthood clinic when she came to pick up her birth control recently. The news surprised her, she said, but although … more
Opioid misuse is at an all-time high and doctors are part of the problem — and, hopefully, the solution. That’s according to those participating in a new program in Colorado aimed at stopping opioid abuse. “Medicine as a whole is … more
Flag Day passes without notice for most, but honoring the sacrifices of people who fought for it was the order of the day at the Highline Place Memory Care home in Littleton on June 14. Members of Rising 6, a community outreach group composed of … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
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