Keyword: Centennial
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5 questions for Jeff Machusko

What is "lifelong dream"? Jeff Machusko is a Centennial resident who competed on "Jeopardy!" — fulfilling a longtime dream — on the episode that aired Jan. 25. After an audition in Denver, … more

Arapahoe County inmate appears to die by suicide

An inmate at the Arapahoe County jail was found dead of an apparent suicide in his cell at about 10 p.m. Jan. 18, according to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office. Brian Heath Roundtree, 43, … more

New aerospace attraction to open at Centennial Airport

Aviation and space enthusiasts in the metro area may have been to the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum — which boasts a collection of aircraft housed in a hangar at the former Lowry … more

Drinking to a fallen deputy

Booths, tables and bar seats held a full crowd at Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery, where a fundraiser for fallen Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Zackari Parrish brought just about double the … more

My Name Is... Gerry Cummins

How did you get involved with the city? I was involved in the incorporation of Centennial and have served on a variety of city committees. I am a former city clerk for Centennial, probably from 2003 … more

Q&A with Stephanie Piko

Stephanie Piko stepped into the mayor's seat Jan. 8, and she sat down with us during her transition to discuss what she's looking forward to tackling in her new position. She won her election against … more

Whatever the weather, Norse fest is coming

So far this year, Ullr, the Norse god of winter, seems to mostly have skipped over Colorado. But hopefully the fourth annual UllrGrass festival in Golden will bring the god’s attention back to us. … more

Whelan happy to have been part of 'Centennial way'

Charles “C.J.” Whelan served four years as a Centennial city councilmember from District 4, elected in 2013 and concluding his term on Jan. 8. Whelan, a telecommunications entrepreneur and … more

Breaking down the 2018 Centennial budget

An uptick in money flowing into the city government and yet another year of Centennial remaining debt-free helped set the stage for a number of visible improvements to the city that residents will … more

Q&A with state Rep. Cole Wist

Cole Wist, an attorney who's practiced law in Colorado since 1991, is the state House assistant minority leader. He's a Republican who represents House District 37, an area that includes Foxfield, … more

Gotto thanks citizens for years he spent on city council

Mark Gotto, who has lived in Centennial for close to 10 years, is the city councilmember from District 3 nearing the end of his first term. He chose not to run for re-election. Gotto is a consultant … more

Fatal Christmas hit-and-run suspect turns self in

A man suspected of involvement in a fatal hit-and-run on Christmas in Centennial turned himself in at the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office the morning of Dec. 26, the sheriff's office said. A vehicle … more

Red Rocks’ first New Year’s Eve concert moved due to the cold

In 2017, the year of “resist,” no genre of music embraced the fractured culture like rap and hip-hop. The genre’s artists were all over the place, some delving into the political and … more

Looking back and forward in Centennial

Centennial had many accomplishments in 2017. Two of the larger achievements were finalizing large service … more

Battling Alzheimer's, couple turns outward for holidays

“You gotta get up, kid.” That wasn't a demand from a father to a young child, but words from Harold Arnold to his wife, Barb — both in their 80s — delivered with a joking smile, but casually … more

My Name Is... Dick Bolz

Military dreams I knew I wanted (to go into the military) when I was 12. I’d spend my Saturdays at the recruiting station, getting coffee for recruiting sergeants and straightening brochures. (My … more

Trees bring cheer to families in need

Lights, ornaments, snacks and real Christmas trees — no plastic here — brightened up the holidays for low-income families at an event put on by the Rotary Club of Centennial. This “is very … more

City moves to own Parker Jordan Centennial open space

The Centennial City Council voted to purchase — for free — the 50 percent interest of the Parker Jordan Centennial open space the city didn't previously own, giving Centennial full control over … more

Vendors make season bright

Still scrambling to holiday shop? For those who were looking on Dec. 2, the Annual Arts and Crafts Fair lent a little help. The event at Goodson Recreation Center in Centennial, put on by the South … more

Truhlar talks about service on city council

Doris Truhlar, an attorney at Truhlar and Truhlar law firm, is the outgoing incumbent councilmember in District 2 nearing the end of her first term, which expires in January. She ran for re-election … more
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