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Generations of alumni celebrate Golden High School's 150th anniversary

When the call went out to celebrate Golden High School’s 150th anniversary this month, hundreds of graduates — from the 1960s to the future Class of 2032 — answered.

National Weather Service issues a flood advisory in parts of Jefferson, Arapahoe and Douglas counties

The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for northern Jefferson County, western Arapahoe County, northern Douglas county and Denver.

Ready to Work: Workforce and housing program breaks ground in Englewood

By this time next year, an old roofing company building on South Windermere Street in Englewood will be a vibrant home, workplace and resource center helping people find their way out of homelessness.

Recall effort scrutinizes Englewood council member Cheryl Wink’s attendance

Englewood City Council member Cheryl Wink is being brought to task for missing public meetings as part of a citizen-led recall effort. 

USS Colorado memorial opens in Brighton

The near life-size replica of the USS Colorado is completed at Riverdale Regional Park with a grand opening, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and an F-16 flyover by the 120th wing from Buckley Space Force …

Mission Arvada struggling to fund salary for staff members, mulls relocation

Months after the City of Arvada held a study session to address the issue of homelessness within the city, city team members have begun meeting with representatives from Mission Arvada — a homeless ministry based at The Rising Church in Olde Town — to discuss moving Mission Arvada out of the historic district.

75 years of first-responder service: Evergreen Fire/Rescue celebrates its history

Evergreen’s fire department has grown exponentially since it started in 1948.

Home Builders Foundation ramps up mobility for metro-area families

When Matt and Caroline Procik moved into their Castle Rock home over a year ago, it was mostly accessible to their daughter Juniper’s wheel chair, with a major exception being a step at the …
As part of the Dransfeldt Road extension project, the Parker Town Council  unanimously approved an intent to acquire ordinance for the Motsenbocker road improvements between Longland Parkway and Todd Drive. 
Walking into the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas for the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, Aditi Avinash was overcome with nerves, but when she left, she took home an award and scholarship.
Movement 5280, a regional program aimed at providing struggling youth with housing and assistance, recently received a large financial boost from Life.Church to continue expansion plans.
Cleaning up a 2006 agreement with the Parker Authority for Reinvestment, the town’s Urban Renewal Authority, the Town Council approved an updated plan that allows the authority to continue implementing Urban Renewal Plans.
The Pro Motocross Championship will hit Lakewood this weekend for the Toyota Thunder Valley National.
Greg Rau’s love for the game told him he would end up in basketball one way or the other. But he didn’t know it would bring him back to the same hardwood he practiced and played on as a kid. The former Brighton High School player is now the team’s head coach.
Valor Christian took most of the suspense out of the girls 5A state golf championship by winning its second straight title by 21 strokes. However, one of the Eagles’ top players added a little …
After Zach Eigenbrod fired the final out, he was dog-piled by his teammates as Valor Christian celebrated its first Class 5A state baseball championship and capped a miraculous playoff run.
When many people think of starting a dance organization, they probably conjure up images of children or teenagers awkwardly figuring out how to get their feet to do what their minds want them to.
Runners come to Georgetown for the pack burro race, fans come for the burros and Clear Creek Rotary 2000 members come for the burro poop.
Hampden Hall, on the second floor of the Englewood Civic Center, was filled on May 20 with fans of classical guitar who came to hear internationally recognized artist Ana Vidović perform works by …
May to October is the annual flood season in Colorado. And, like most of the natural happenings around the state, the swollen rivers and creeks are naturally beautiful, but they are also powerful and very dangerous.
Culture Stories

Many multitudes of dance

Bella Diva World Dance Studio is an all-inclusive space for people young and old to feel the music and express themselves.  For dancers who want to break out of the traditional dance studio format, the international company based in Denver could be a dream come true.

Private dog park site gaining pup-ularity

Since Elle Ritt started renting her Wheat Ridge yard to fellow dog owners in November, she’s hosted birthday parties for pups, pooch photoshoots and doggie play groups almost every weekend.

State breathes life into lifeguard training following Memorial Day weekend

Countless public pools opened over the Memorial Day weekend as schools let out and summer approaches. But whether they remain open throughout the season is another matter.

Unique sports abound in the Denver metro area

Spring is in full swing, bringing many folks around Colorado out of the doldrums of winter with the promise of outdoor recreation.
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