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Letter to the editor: Support LPS Ballot Measure 4C

Support LPS Ballot Measure 4C Saving lives, extending opportunities, and creating meaningful relationships all describe Options Secondary; however, over the years, shortfalls of $156 million in state … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner follows predictable path

Gardner follows predictable path Senator Cory Gardner’s recent statement that confirmation hearings should go forth now (some 40 days before the presidential election) to fill the SCOTUS vacancy … more

Letter to the editor: Kellner has valuable experience

Kellner has valuable experience It’s great to see endorsements pouring in for John Kellner, our strong candidate for District Attorney. We’re recognizing that in a time of rising violence in … more

Wings Over the Rockies commemorates 75 years since end of WWII

The effects of the Second World War go beyond the obvious political, economic and social that we live with every day. And as 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the official end of the conflict, … more

A little leadership goes a long way, especially now

A little bit of leadership does go a long way. Are you currently working with someone who you admire and respect as a leader? Have they been able to provide guidance to you and your organization as … more

You know, there may be, you know, something there

Do you know anyone, you know, who says “you know” excessively? Watching a documentary the other night, I started counting the number of times a commentator said “you know.” He reached 14 … more

Denver-area entertainers turn to podcasting

Without many opportunities to perform in front of a live audience, some Denver-area entertainers have turned to podcasting as a new way to grow an audience and stay creative. Local entertainers, … more

Scholarship honors noted watercolorist

Friends of late artist rita derjue have established a scholarship fund at Arapahoe Community College for women and minority students who are studying art at the college. To donate to the fund, go … more

Enjoy an outside chance for live theater

“Almost Heaven: The Songs of John Denver” is an appropriate title for Town Hall Arts Center’s production at Hudson Gardens, running through Oct. 11. The lawn next to the blooming Rose Garden is … more

PHOTOS: No Bike to Work Day, but Denver-area cyclists roll on

Lone Tree resident Sam Jacobson, 67, rode down Willow Creek Trail as he often does, Bike to Work Day or not. Jacobson has not participated in Bike to Work Day, but the avid cyclist said he bikes that … more

Centennial City Council loosens public comment rules amid pandemic

With public meetings and votes by city officials likely to take place in the coming months about redevelopment at The Streets at SouthGlenn outdoor mall, the Centennial City Council voted to allow … more

Housing expands near Centennial city hall: 5 things to know

Despite Centennial's vast expanse across the south metro area — the city encompasses roughly 29 square miles and spans about 14 miles end-to-end — very little undeveloped residential land remains … more

Regionals narrow ranks for boys golf tourneys

Teams and individuals for the state boys golf tournaments are set after the regional meets were completed. The first- and second-place teams in each regional tournament qualify for the state … more

Cherry Creek reclaims boys tennis crown

Regis Jesuit senior Morgan Schilling won his second straight Class 5A No. 1 singles title, and Cherry Creek added another team championship to its lengthy list of accomplishments. Schilling and the … more

Littleton Public Schools struggling with growing quarantines

Littleton Public Schools continues to endure widespread quarantines across the district as students and staff sporadically test positive for COVID-19, leaving students, parents and teachers … more

Broncos crowd-size deal wasn't special treatment, state says

At a racetrack that became ground zero for the debate over Colorado's pandemic crowd-size limits, a gathering of at least hundreds amassed for a group photo at the end of a protest against what … more

Arapahoe County's public works department seeks input

The Arapahoe County Public Works Division is seeking input from residents, specifically those who drive, bike or walk within the county's transportation system. Officials want to learn the … more

Letter to the editor: Support our schools

Support our schools When my husband and I stepped into Homestead Elementary in 2009 for a tour, the administrator said, “The first thing you need to know is that our voters approved the 2008 ballot … more

Letter to the editor: Vote yes on Amendment B

Vote yes on Amendment B When your ballot arrives in the coming weeks, there’s one statewide issue that merits an immediate yes vote. Vote yes on Amendment B, and make an affirmative step to make … more

Letter to the editor: Protect kids’ health

Protect kids’ health As an early learning professional who works with child care providers across Colorado, I see first-hand the incredible impact quality early learning has on a child’s mind, … more
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