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Coach calls for following example set by slain Centennial teen

Kind. Humble. Hard-working. A fierce competitor. Someone who always worked to make sure others felt good. That's how a rugby coach and teammate of Lloyd Chavez remember the 18-year-old Cherokee Trail … more

Centennial teen killed in apparent robbery of vape products

A Cherokee Trail High School student died after being shot during what was planned as a robbery of vaping products he sold, according to arrest affidavits for four teenagers allegedly involved in the … more

Rep. Sullivan, of Centennial, faces recall effort by state GOP vice chair

Tom Sullivan came to the state Legislature and did what he said he was going to do. That's how Sullivan, state House representative for Centennial, describes his actions on what's known as the “red … more

My Name Is ... Dick Gallagher

From ‘doodling’ to displays I am 58 years old and have lived in Lakewood since 1986. Prior to that, I was in Wheat Ridge, Denver and Greeley. I moved to Colorado after college at the University … more

Teen fatally shot in east Centennial

An 18-year-old boy was fatally shot outside his home in east Centennial near East Smoky Hill Road and South Picadilly Street the night of May 8, according to a news release by the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office. more

PHOTOS: A honkin' good time at Touch-A-Truck event

Not far off East Arapahoe Road, a semi-truck horn blared — and it was pulled by a toddler. A wide array of large wheels, including a fire truck, ambulance, Centennial Public Works truck, an RTD bus … more

Suspect in car chase, fatal shooting gets 50 years

A woman who led law enforcement on a high-speed chase through Denver and Aurora a week after she was suspected of fatally shooting a man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison, according to the … more

Cherry Creek school board president resigns after 'racist' comment

After using a term at a Cherry Creek School District awards banquet on stage that he later apologized for as “racist” and “deeply offensive,” the district's board of education president … more

Centennial homicide case from 2009 still awaiting trials

The three remaining defendants accused in the fatal shooting of a 23-year-old man in the idyllic Centennial neighborhood of Willow Creek were set to face trial, more than nine years after Andrew … more

Baltzer brings hoops skills to lacrosse

Arapahoe High School senior Bobby Baltzer has a good view of what to expect this spring in lacrosse after playing basketball for the Warriors last season. “A lot of basketball stuff carries over … more

Metroplex flight-path impact portrayed as minor by feds

A federal plan to reroute airplane traffic that has riled up mayors in the south metro Denver area is expected to have “no significant impacts” on noise, air quality, wildlife or historic and … more

Monthly crash course in theater puts beginners on stage

Be bold, be brave, be brilliant — that's the message with which theater enthusiasts were thrown into the action at the Intro to Theater event at Koelbel Library. “Each month has a different topic … more

My Name Is ... Robin Earley, of Centennial

Planting the seed I initially suggested the idea of a Homestead Elementary School garden in 2014, when my oldest daughter was in second grade. Although it didn't take off at that point, the idea … more

PHOTOS: Kids, families take in spring at Centennial's parks

With about one month of the season under its belt, the south metro area's weather felt like bona fide springtime in late April, and families took to the parks in the afternoons. Lacrosse practice for … more

Residents voice concerns on possible Streets at SouthGlenn redevelopment

The prospect of more apartments and new businesses replacing the Sears and Macy's at The Streets at SouthGlenn roused more than 50 area residents to assemble a list of what they'd rather see built at … more

My Name Is ... Megan Nygren

Sharing succulents Succulents Are For Sharing started when a friend saw a living succulent wreath that I made and suggested that we have a fun get-together to teach how to make them. I've been a … more

5 takeaways from Centennial State of Our City address

Centennial took a victory lap at its 2019 State of the City address, with the mayor nodding toward upcoming projects as well as initiatives already in place to speed up internet and further build out … more

PHOTOS: Finding family fun at Easter weekend event

Hunting was the sport of choice at the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Sports Dome a day before Easter. Kids came in droves to meet the Easter bunny, hop in an inflatable bounce house and search … more

Arapahoe High community 'honors loved ones lost' at suicide-prevention walk

The push to end stigma around talking about mental health had several hundred boots on the ground carrying the message in the Arapahoe High School neighborhood. “By walking with us, you honor the … more

PHOTOS: Kids at Southglenn Library become one with history

A bunch of kids cutting up cardboard and tape and covering themselves in it was all part of the plan April 5 at Southglenn Library. The Living Statues and Structures event — part of Arapahoe … more
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