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Suspect in Cherokee Trail teen's death may see summer trial

One of the four teens suspected of driving to the home of a Cherokee Trail High School student in an incident that ended with the student's death could see trial as early as August. Kenneth Alfonso … more

My Name Is... Chris Garner

Thornton to Centennial I’m 53, and I live in Thornton. I’ve been in Thornton for about 12 years, but I lived nearby in Brighton for about 10 years before that. Over the 27 years I’ve been in … more

Centennial studying retail corridor changes, mobility options

Businesses focused on providing experiences, not products. Public places that attract crowds. Better connections to neighborhoods and trails. “Mini-main street” concepts intended for pedestrians. … more

Centennial examining options for arts-culture organization

Centennial sits amid several suburban cities that boast entities to support arts and cultural activities, but it doesn't have its own. The Centennial City Council will soon hear options on how to … more

Evidence conflicting in who shot Cherokee Trail teen

Social media messages appear to show the fourth suspect in the death of a Cherokee Trail High School student admitting involvement in the fatal shooting that took place in May, according to … more

Sen. Cory Gardner: 'I know we can do better' on mental health

For those skeptical that the federal government affects their daily lives, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner's conversation with some metro area high school students may offer some hope. In Colorado, “we are … more

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Smoky Hill captain won statewide award as a swimmer-scholar

Maggie Robben juggles her role as a student-body treasurer, a dedicated volunteer and a scholar with a 4.0-plus GPA, but she still found time to set a swim team record. Robben, a Smoky Hill High … more

Wait must end for statewide transportation solution

Transportation infrastructure is an essential ingredient to the quality of life in our state. We require safe, accessible roads and bridges to drive our kids to school, commute to work, to move … more

Streets at SouthGlenn apartments sold; bar chain files bankruptcy

The high-end apartment complex that sits in the middle of Centennial's flagship shopping development is under new ownership, and a gastrobar nearby closed as part of company moves amid bankruptcy. … more

Q&A with former Centennial City Councilmember Carrie Penaloza

Carrie Penaloza has lived in Centennial for 15 years and has said her family initially moved to Centennial because of its neighborhoods and schools. In turn, she ended up becoming a fixture in the … more

Smoky Hill High School teacher played role in 'SNL' member’s rise

Like other kids at Smoky Hill High School’s rigorous International Baccalaureate program, Bowen Yang showed many talents and was expected to attend a prominent university. And he did, scoring a … more

At Centennial brewery, book discussions — and beer — on tap

With a Queen song on the speakers, a hockey game playing on a projector and lively conversation wafting from the bar across the room, a small book club sat tucked into the corner on comfortable … more

Car theft suspect shot by deputy after east Centennial incident

A reverse 911 call went out warning residents to shelter in place during a search for a male car-theft suspect in the east Centennial area near South Parker Road, according to the Arapahoe County … more

Student-athlete spotlight: Grandview guard shoots for his dreams

Lian Ramiro describes himself as “shifty,” and he's proud of it. His idol among high school basketball players is Trevor Dunbar, who went on to play for Washington State University. “He was … more

Centennial accepting applications for boards, commissions

Centennial is accepting applications for eight of the 10 boards, commissions and committees. Interested residents can serve on the audit committee, budget committee, board of review, election … more

Q&A with former Centennial City Councilmember Ron Weidmann

Ron Weidmann grew to be known as the “sage” of the Centennial City Council. That's what the former councilmember, who served District 4 from 2006-14 and again starting in 2018, says when looking … more

PHOTOS: 'Happy, soothing, beautiful' Hawaiian music at Centennial church

The Hala Kahiki Band brought a wave of carefree energy to Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Centennial Jan. 17 for the church's Music With a Mission concert series, which collects donations to … more

Centennial affirms acceptance of refugees; presidential order put on hold

The Centennial City Council voted unanimously to continue to allow refugees to be resettled in the city in response to a presidential order that was later placed on hold by a federal court. … more

My Name Is ... Jim Benton

Backyard dreams I worked at Rocky Mountain News 41 years. I always say, “If you've got to go to work, you might as well go to a game.” I got into writing in the Lincoln Log — the (Denver) … more

Man gets 20 years in connection with 2009 fatal shooting in Centennial

The mother of a 23-year-old Centennial man who was fatally shot more than a decade ago stood in court and painted a picture of her son as a selfless and naturally caring person — even as a child. … more
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