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Golfers to keep eye on the ball at tourneys

Former Major League Baseball player Alex Rodriguez hit a home run with his comment that hard work doesn’t guarantee success but without it you don’t have a chance. Several hard-working area … more

School hosts endearing look at life of teacher

“Up the Down Staircase,” Christopher Sergel’s funny play adapted from Bel Kaufman’s book, is the choice for the fall play, Sept. 27-29, in the auditorium at ThunderRidge High School, 1991 … more

Letter to the editor: Make the positive pick

Make the positive pick In a recent debate, candidates for the office of attorney general painted two very different outlooks for this important job. Regarding the important issue of water needs of … more

What we do and what we say — it really does matter

Once again, I have to say thank you to the community for your emails and responses. I truly enjoy hearing from you as you share your own stories with me. Your stories are the reason I am inspired … more

Human-dog relationship offers something to sink teeth into

When my DVD remote was being made, they added beef flavoring to the liquid plastic before it was molded. That’s the only explanation I can think of. It went missing. I finally located it under the … more

Finding fellowship in cosplay

It took Chris Clarke about five minutes to completely transform from plainclothes civilian to cosplay hero. First, he pulled his armor, made of ethylene-vinyl acetate foam, over his legs. Then came … more

LSO gets ready for a season ‘By the Book’

As a musical organization that has been in existence since 1977, it can be a challenge to put together a season that feels fresh every year. But that is a challenge Lakewood Symphony Orchestra Music … more

Strong music marks shows in Aurora, Arvada

We spent a couple of happy evenings on a recent weekend surrounded by music, enhanced by live bands and fine voices …  “Mamma Mia,” by ABBA band members Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, … more

Photography show brings artistic visions to gallery

“Colorado Aperture” is a new photography exhibit, hosted by the Littleton Fine Arts Guild at the Depot Art Gallery, which received 319 entries from about 80 photographers. Seventy-five images are … more

Chalking it up at the Centennial Chalk Art Festival

The first day of fall doled out enough sun to keep Centennial Center Park feeling like it was still summer as the park's series of events continued with the Centennial Chalk Art Festival. “This is … more

Future uncertain for Centennial business incubator

After shedding two CEOs in the span of about three months, Innovation Pavilion, a co-working campus geared toward startups and entrepreneurs, may move out of its headquarters in the wake of sexual … more

My Name Is … Robert Bratsch

All around town I was hired in 2003 and have been with the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office for 15 years. I spent my first three years working in the detention facility (jail) before becoming a … more

Citizenship ceremony highlights ‘beauty and value of diversity’

Marolina Montanez was 4 years old, her younger sister Guadalupe just 2 months old, when their family moved from Mexico to Colorado. They have since established lives and families in the United … more

Nationally recognized expert offers insight on parenting challenges

Following the 1999 mass shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Dr. Scott Poland visited the school to console members of the grieving community. He did the same after the Feb. 14 school … more

Residents want more ice at new rec complex

South Suburban Parks and Recreation District unveiled tentative plans for their new recreation complex in mid-September, which would replace the South Suburban Ice Arena and the district’s … more

South Suburban sets second hearing on 2019 budget

The South Suburban Parks and Recreation board will outline the district’s major goals and priorities for next year at the second public hearing Oct. 10 on the 2019 budget. The public can provide … more

Low-income families invited to apply for holiday baskets

Integrated Family Community Services will provide all of the makings for a Thanksgiving meal or December holiday meal, plus provide gifts for a celebration. Low-income families are invited to … more

Unaffiliated voters on rise in Colorado, but impact unclear

Colorado’s status as a “purple” state often gets tossed about, and in the battle to tilt the state to Republicans’ and Democrats’ liking, unaffiliated voters are caught in a tug-of-war. … more

Virtual reality offers way to defeat phobias

Dick Tracey didn’t have to visit a tall building to get over his fear of heights. He put on a virtual reality headset. Through VR, he rode an elevator to a high-rise atrium that looked so real he … more

Great, in a number of ways

Quarterback Alex Padilla put up impressive numbers for the Cherry Creek football team last season, but not good enough in a few areas, which he is hoping to upgrade this season. The senior has … more
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