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Mark Wood, who plays the electric violin, will be teaching a two-day “Electrify Your Strings” workshop and performing a concert with students at Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch in early April. A “Victory Tour” concert, … more
Options Middle School in Littleton joined three other middle schools around the state in receiving a $10,000 award from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for students’ involvement in various challenges to inspire kids to … more
Linda Newell is hoping to stay busy after leaving the state Senate behind. Newell, termed out of office this past year after eight years representing District 26, premiered a short documentary she produced on how a bill gets made at Littleton’s … more
A construction defects reform bill that lawmakers had high hopes for is likely headed for defeat in the state House of Representatives after being assigned to the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on March 14. Senate Bill 156, … more
From March 10-12, the National Western Stock Show Complex in Denver hosted more than 150 events for thousands of horses and horse lovers alike during the 2017 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Throughout the weekend, nine arenas and event spaces … more
A Castle Rock man has been arrested and named in an indictment that alleges he was a leader of a large-scale marijuana-trafficking ring that transported pot illegally grown at multiple locations on … more
Stephanie Piko was unanimously elected mayor pro tem by her fellow Centennial City councilmembers at the March 6 council meeting. Centennial City Judge Ford Wheatley officially swore in Piko, who is replacing C.J. Whelan, whose one-year term as … more
The word of the day was “power” as young women from local middle and high schools converged to celebrate the impact unified and empowered women have on the world. “You are totally in control of who you are and what you can do,” said Missy … more
A group of women walked together in Lone Tree to help end human trafficking. The Freedom Steps walk took place around the Bluffs Regional Park Trail in Lone Tree on Feb. 25. The 24 women who participated in the hike helped raise $5,725 for the … more
When elementary school student Cullen Murphy asked his mom, “What do I do if a bad guy comes to my school with a gun,” his mother wanted to make sure he received the best answer. On March 9, Cullen’s mother let him skip school in the … more
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