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If you’re cloying or annoying, it’s our culture you’re destroying

The jails and prisons are overcrowded as it is, but there has to be room for a few more. There’s no excuse. Maybe there’s a story, but there’s no excuse. Anyone who leaves a shopping cart at a … more

Somehow time is a fastball that throws you a curve

Time flies. Time really flies. I just received an invitation to pre-order a 2019 SUV. The vehicle isn’t in the works: It already exists. I received the invitation in February 2018. When I was a … more

Amid gun glut, ‘This is Colorado’ says too much and too little

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said, “This is Colorado. Everybody has a gun.” Seven words that create a mural. Should they be added to our license plates and the signs that welcome … more

Letter to the editor: Say yes to 4B, 4C

Our family moved to Colorado in 1992 and we purchased a fine home in unincorporated Arapahoe County. After living in the south metro area for a while we became aware of and began using South Suburban … more

Letter to the editor: Support South Suburban

I hope that voters in the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District will join me and many others in supporting ballot issues 4B and 4C. When our family moved into the district 36 years ago we had … more

Riders give RTD high marks

RTD customers perceive the overall quality of RTD services to be very high, according to the results of the district’s latest customer satisfaction survey. The average rating of the overall quality … more

What is there to be thankful for? Well ...

Thanksgiving is a day for a tasty meal, watching some football and having fun with family and friends who are like family. Thanksgiving is a time to offer thanks for many things that are sometimes … more

Reminding yourself to be patient is well worth whatever time it takes

Are you always on the go? Me too. Are you feeling like sometimes you are always in a rush? Me too. Are you feeling like at work and in your home life you are running late more than usual? Me too. Does all of this frustrate you? Me too. So, the … more

Opinions divided on 'scraping' in older neighborhoods

Scrape-offs — homes demolished and replaced with larger, newer ones by developers — have remade vast swaths of Denver in recent years, with hundreds popping up in trendy neighborhoods like … more

Some things need to be brought home, but violence is never one of them

This isn’t going to be one of the funny ones. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, “On average, 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States.” October is National … more

Trick-or-treaters pour through recreation center

A recreation center transformed into a makeshift Halloween theme park at the annual Spooktacular, replete with hundreds of dressed-up children — and some teens and adults in costume — and several activities on a Friday the 13th. The event … more

Regulators approve first digital pill to track patients

U.S. regulators have approved the first drug with a sensor that can track whether patients have taken their medicine. The Abilify pill was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2002 … more

Arapahoe County: Standout Performers

Jakob Boos, Heritage The junior scored a hat trick, including the game-winner in overtime in the 3-2 hockey victory over Cheyenne Mountain on Dec. 8. Rebekah Sandstrom, Littleton The senior, … more

Missy Franklin makes a major lane change

Missy Franklin has gone to the dogs, as in the Georgia Bulldogs. The five-time Olympic gold medalist has relocated to Athens, Georgia, where she is pursuing a psychology degree and mounting a … more

Country music star draws fans to Castle Rock

Fans of country music star Scotty McCreery got a special chance to meet the singer on Feb. 13 during a meet and greet hosted by the Outlets at Castle Rock. People lined up as early as 10 a.m. for the … more

Fatal home explosion leads state to propose tighter pipeline rules

Colorado energy regulators have proposed tighter rules for shutting down oil and gas pipelines after a fatal explosion blamed on natural gas leaking from a line that was thought to be out of service but was still connected to a well. The Colorado … more

Large crowd opposes potential hotel development

More than 150 residents packed a community meeting just outside the Willow Creek neighborhood in Centennial that discussed a proposed hotel near South Yosemite Street and East Dry Creek Road, … more

‘He would want us to forgive’: Arrest made years after teacher's death

Kiowa High School let out for the summer in May 2010, with popular science teacher Randy Wilson’s youngest son Dean among the 29 graduates. Wilson’s sons Cody and Weston had recently told their … more

My Name Is: Tina Pachorek of Centennial

Getting the mountain feel We have lived in Centennial since 2001. We moved here because it was an up-and-coming city with new development on the horizon. Schools also played a factor into our decision. What we loved best about Centennial is … more

Letter to the editor: The rest of the story

Mike Coffman in his guest column regarding tax reform (Dec. 7) failed to provide readers with the complete description of the proposal. He did not mention that the Affordable Care Act will be … more
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