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Centennial residents Margie and Rob Williams had no idea 13 years ago that adopting three children would eventually lead to providing care for 18 foster youths and special recognition for their quality care of the kids. Margie Williams said many … more
Highlands Ranch residents Steve Rice and Dave Kummer are not typical retirees. They are raising funds to support a rare genetic disorder and paying tribute to a murdered friend by bicycling from the West Coast to the East Coast this summer, a trip … more
Matt Sturgeon was not looking for a new job: He liked being city manager of Rifle, a town of roughly 9,500 west of Glenwood Springs. But the ad for the Centennial city manager position piqued his interest. And June 19, after beating out two other … more
Sil Stenman, 80, reached across the table to hold the hand of her pen pal, Abby Brown, 9, as Brown read Stenman her favorite book, “On Top of Spaghetti.” This was the first time they had met after exchanging letters since August. “I am … more
Clifton Oertli, 32, started his own programming and web development business when he was in high school. His business involved buying and selling items on eBay. Today, he owns two businesses in metro Denver: Resolute Brewing Co. andNEI Electric … more
The evening of May 2, the three finalists for Centennial's city manager position made themselves available for public comment after giving a short speech at the Centennial Civic Center. After the … more
The Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting — only 5 percent of eligible Girl Scouts obtain the award. The award, which began in 1916, has been given to nearly 1 million girls, according to the Girl Scout website. The average age … more
The opening song from Disney’s “The Lion King” was sung by the audience as spotlights followed skaters gliding across the South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial, dressed as lions, zebras, hyenas and colorful birds. Showtime on Ice performers … more
On April 21, thousands of little, red bugs crawled across the hands of Merryhill Preschool children while they released them into the world in honor of Earth Day. “One of them almost went up my nose,” said Paislee Braithwaite, 5, while … more
Throwing mud balls at a target and using watercolors to paint images on seed paper, the children celebrated Earth Day by creatively sinking seeds into the soil during Centennial’s Earth Day event at Centennial Center Park on April 22. Images of … more
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