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Large crowds came to usher in the holidays at the Centennial Holiday Celebration, which featured a photobooth where kids took pictures with Santa and a holiday concert by local school choirs. “I … more
A room full of concerned citizens that voiced sometimes emotional pleas for the Centennial City Council to delay approval for a new medical facility ran up against the council's legal inability to intervene. At a city council meeting Nov. 13, … more
Come January, Centennial City Council will have three newcomers, but in the days following the Nov. 7 election, it was only known who two of those new members will be. That's because the District 4 race among Marlo Alston, Charlette Fleming and … more
When Cathy Noon shared a stage with Olympians, she knew her city had made it. Noon was aware that young Centennial was still forming an identity. “Who knows who we are?” Noon thought at the time. What once was a swath of unincorporated … more
An estimated 569 homeless veterans live in the Denver metro area, and Freddie Sprankel used to be one of them. After more than three years in the U.S. Army — including an almost year-long duty tour in Iraq — Sprankel got an honorable … more
On her last day on the job, Ellen Nelson drove through the winding streets of the Homestead Farm neighborhood of Centennial, delivering mail in the cold fall air just like she had done for nearly three decades. But as she neared the end of her … more
After a vote of approval by a city commission, Centennial is close to green-lighting a new emergency-room facility at the corner of East Dry Creek Road and South Colorado Boulevard. Some residents have expressed concern over possible traffic … more
When it comes to giving back, John Brackney knows a thing or two. A former CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce and two-term Arapahoe County commissioner, Brackney is a regular at the Run the Rocks 5K at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This … more
Nora Earnest couldn't look at her bedsheets without her stomach turning. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2008 at age 32, the beginning of a three-year back-and-forth between treatment and relapse. After about nine months of her first round of … more
After sundown at Centennial Center Park, neon lights and people moving around with little noise would usually be an oddity. But on Oct. 6, silent dancing was the goal for the city’s Youth Commission, which had the idea for the event after one … more
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