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PHOTOS: 'Kilted Man' sings history, heritage

History came in a brown leather kilt when Matthew Gurnsey took the stage at a Centennial seniors' event, but it wasn't without some mischievous humor. “What's the difference between roast beef and … more

South Suburban temporary art program a ‘win-win’

Over the years, Kim Kaminski raised her kids in South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s programs — swim lessons, archery, tennis activities — at places like Goodson Recreation Center in … more

Centennial Airport taking FAA to court over flight paths

After years of complaints and forewarning about a federal plan to reroute airplane traffic in the Denver metro area, Centennial Airport has filed legal action over how much care the government is … more

Meet your candidates for Centennial City Council

In another crowded campaign season for Centennial City Council, the November election is sure to add a few newcomers to the nine-member body. more

Centennial City Council approves urban camping ban unanimously

The reasons why or why not to ban homeless camping on city-owned property added up to a conversation the Centennial City Council barely wanted to have.   Nearly a dozen activists, … more

5 things to know: What is Inverness business corridor?

When drivers get off Interstate 25 at East Dry Creek Road, they may have the familiar feeling of cruising through the Denver Tech Center. But although the street signs may look similar, that area is … more

South Denver metro 'equipment closet' loans medical supplies for free

Debra Pontious, a 46-year-old who lives in Commerce City, has taken care of her grandfather, grandmother and mother-in-law, and now, she's looking after her own mother. After a stroke, her mom lost … more

Whelan exits Cherry Creek school board race

A candidate to fill the Cherry Creek School District Board of Education seat recently held by the board's former president has withdrawn from the race, leaving unclear who will step up to compete for … more

Q&A with Thomas Pelz, student stock market competition winner

Thomas Pelz took a risk, and it paid off. The seventh-grader from Centennial took first place among middle-schoolers, and fourth place overall, in a statewide competition called the Stock Market … more

Q&A with Scott Siegfried, Cherry Creek School District superintendent

At the helm of one of the largest school districts in the state is Scott Siegfried, a superintendent who is pushing to “meet students where they are,” he says. That reflects in his approach to … more

PHOTOS: Bringing the boogie at SouthGlenn

The Streets at SouthGlenn isn't just for meandering around to shop on the weekend — a crowd that blanketed its central Commons Park area took in the energy of one of the outdoor mall's free … more

Centennial Airport says FAA left gaps in flight path study

Wheels started turning on a federal plan to reroute airplane traffic in the Denver metro area years ago, but after the government released more than 1,000 pages of a study on its potential effects, … more

PHOTOS: Pulling a good time out of the hat

Dropped jaws, sing-song voices and improvised jokes introduced dozens of kids — and a few parents — to the antics of a local magician at Koelbel Library in Centennial. “As much as I'm a … more

Centennial considers camping ban on city property

As cities in the Denver metro area continue to grapple with visible homelessness on street corners, sidewalks and river banks, Centennial may soon approve a ban on camping on city-owned property. … more

Cherry Creek school board vacancy to go to election

After its school board president resigned following his use of a term he later apologized for as “racist” and “deeply offensive,” the Cherry Creek School District Board of Education announced … more

Centennial: Bridging the 'great divide'

Twenty years ago, Arapahoe County residents watched as Greenwood Village, the nearby and affluent city, crept closer to encroaching on major business corridors along Interstate 25, threatening to … more

Decorated swimmer, at 49, looks to keep kicking

Six years ago, Bob Garland took his kids to swim lessons at a local recreation center like usual. A program caught his eye: a “Weigh and Win” challenge that paid a small amount of money to people … more

Program hopes to spark fun, business at Centennial shopping centers

Neighborhood shopping center patrons found themselves running into a barbecue-and-blues concert and, in the coming months, might stumble onto events such as a temporary art café or giant board game … more

One month in, state GOP vice chair pulls Sullivan recall effort

With one month down and one to go, the Colorado Republican Party's vice chair has ended her effort to remove state Rep. Tom Sullivan from office, saying the party will instead focus on other recalls … more

Former sheriff’s role in study

In addition to the study regarding the sheriff’s office, Centennial has completed similar studies when evaluating other contracts for service, such as for public works and animal control. At city … more
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