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Letter to the editor: Fight for your health

Fight for your health As a Coloradan, I’m very concerned about my health care costs as a result of the Health Insurance Tax, particularly since I have such great coverage that I’d like to keep … more

The smell of the season at Benchmark

There are quite a few different approaches to take when it comes to Christmas plays, and Lakewood’s Benchmark Theatre decided to embrace the warmth and humor of the season with its regional … more

Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office to block radio channels

The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office will soon block the public from listening to its radio communications. more

‘Destination’ is theme for Own an Original show

Littleton’s Fine Arts Board has decided to add a theme to its open entry exhibits and for the 50-plus-year-old Own an Original. It is “Destination,” which opened on Nov. 22 and runs through … more

Prowess as hitter among athlete’s standout qualities

Katie Dack-Howell, a junior catcher for the Rock Canyon softball team, said blocking low pitches that were in the dirt was one of her strengths this season, but that was overlooked because of her … more

Volunteering for the holidays: Doing your part from the heart

No matter the skill level, interests or time constraints of Denver metro area residents, there is a way they can make a difference this winter. Whether it’s donating time, toys, money or labor, … more

Two set tough pace in cross country careers

In high school races this fall, Cole Sprout and Riley Stewart set themselves apart from any challengers and were named the 2019 Colorado Community Media Boys and Girls Cross Country Runners of the … more

Painter, photographer join forces in exhibit at library

Two local artists who are active with the Littleton Fine Arts Guild, which operates the Depot Art Gallery, have collaborated in an exhibit on the lower level at Bemis Library, in which two sets of … more

Problem with heights is just medium high

Don’t look down. I would rather not look down from high places. How about you? I don’t have it bad, and it’s not vertigo. The misconception about Alfred Hitchcock’s film “Vertigo” is that … more

One thing tops gratitude — the gratitude leftovers

Who in your circle of family and friends really prefers the Thanksgiving leftovers over the actual Thanksgiving Day dinner or meal? Well you can count me as one of those who loves leftovers in that … more

My Name Is ... Sheranne Khan

Childhood struggles I am 20 years old, and I have lived in the Aurora-Centennial area for the past six years. Before that, I lived in both California and North Carolina. I was born with autoimmune … more

Community-minded art group in Centennial to hold holiday sale

There's a bustling art scene in Denver, but the suburbs have less to talk about, according to Stephanie Thomas, a Centennial resident who is part of a small movement to change that. “Community — … more

PHOTOS: Giving the gift of lights at Streets at SouthGlenn

Santa made his annual early stop at west Centennial’s outdoor mall, helping to ring in the season amid a host of holiday activities. At the 11th annual Holiday Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival … more

Centennial approves updated Jones District plan

One of the most-watched developments in Centennial — and one that's expected to change the skyline in the south Denver metro area — will move forward with a new vision after the city council's … more

South metro area law enforcement agencies blocking radio traffic

As of the early morning hours on Dec. 2, Douglas County law enforcement radios faded from public access. Channels once available for anyone to hear now broadcast a stream of garbled talk and … more

Cherry Creek to face Columbine for 5A football championship

Turnovers, a goal line stand and explosive plays were all involved in Cherry Creek's 14-7 semifinal state playoff victory over Pomona on Nov. 30, which pushed the Bruins into the state championship … more

E-cigarette effect on teen smoking is far from settled

In almost any other year it would be hailed as a public health victory: The smoking rate among U.S. high schoolers took its biggest hit ever this year, federal figures show, falling to a new low. … more

E-470 ExpressToll customers continue to save

An ExpressToll rate freeze implemented Jan. 1, 2018, will keep 2017 toll rates in place for ExpressToll drivers on E-470 through 2020 after a unanimous vote by the E-470 board of directors. According … more

South Suburban earns national accreditation

The South Suburban Park and Recreation District has achieved accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies during a conference of the National Recreation and Park … more
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