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Cutting hair and slicing vegetables

A men’s haircut for as little as $10. A stuffed omelet for about one-half the cost of what a diner charges. A $20 massage. These are among the many bargains to be had at the Emily Griffith … more

Wrestling standout ready for new challenges

Jasylnn Gallegos was one of the first high-school girl wrestlers in Colorado to stand on the awards podium. The former Brighton High School student competed for Skyview High School at the … more

Pediatrician leads efforts in children’s health and development

For Dr. Sophia Meharena, the glass is always half full, which is meant to say there is still plenty to do in serving young patients, volunteering at her children’s school to promote social and … more

Football: Stargate's LaPenna heads for Tabor College

Bo Lapenna, who attends Stargate School in Thornton but who played football at Adams City (Stargate doesn't field a football team) signed to play football at Tabor College in Hillsboro, … more

Adams City sends four to college athletics

Four Adams City High School athletes signed their letters of intent April 1 at the school. Cy Renney, who placed fifth at the state wrestling tournament in February, signed to wrestle at Concordia … more

Eight Brighton HS athletes moving on to college

Eight student-athletes from Brighton High School signed letters of intent March 29 to continue their educational and athletic pursuits in college. Leah Day signed to play soccer at Black Hills … more

‘1776’ on stage through April 3

Franklin, Jefferson, Adams, Washington ... The Performance Now Theater company, which started out in Highlands Ranch some years ago, is performing “1776” at Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 Allison … more

Littleton-based nonprofit to host workshop featuring immigrant voices

Littleton-based nonprofit Immigrant Pathways Colorado will host a workshop at Arapahoe Community College (ACC) April 9 during which attendees can hear first-hand stories of the immigration journey from those who have experienced it.  more

Arapahoe Community College to host virtual Writers Studio Literary Festival starting March 10

Arapahoe Community College will host a three-day-long virtual event featuring panels, readings and workshops from bestselling authors from around the country beginning Thursday, March 10. more

Coloradans worried about water, wildfires and cost of living

Public concern about climate change and challenges involving water quantity and quality have increased sharply during the past decade, with more than 70% of Coloradans now viewing drought, inadequate … more

Community colleges help support businesses with work training grants

For over three decades, Colorado’s community colleges have worked with the state government to offer a grant-based jobs training program for businesses. At Arapahoe Community College (ACC), based … more

Girls soccer: Obstacles overcome; Fort Lupton's Garcia signs with Northeast CC

                Fort Lupton’s Reygan Garcia fought her way through more than just the usual recruiting issues and the … more

Football: Adams City’s Corza takes the next step to Feather River

There was a time in Miguel Hernandez Corza’s life where college wasn’t on his radar. It wasn’t a pipe dream … more

Football: Thornton’s Alarcon makes his choice .. Presentation College 

                  Thornton High School’s Leonel Uribe Alarcon knows where’s going to spend part of the … more

Arapahoe Community College to be mostly remote until Feb. 1 amid COVID surge

Arapahoe Community College President Stephanie Fujii announced that most ACC classes would begin virtually on Jan. 18 and continue on a remote status until Feb 1. The decision came amid a continued … more

Football: Adams City's Johnson makes college choice

Feather River College is a two-year school in Quincy, Calif., about 80 miles northwest of Reno, Nevada. Its enrollment is about 1,500. One of its newer students/football players will be Calvin … more

Webbs to provide scholarships

Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and his wife, Wilma, will be providing yearly scholarships to student athletes attending Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. Wellington Webb served in the … more

Littleton nonprofit gives grants to documented immigrants

Immigrant Pathways Colorado, a nonprofit based in Littleton, said it has awarded more than $100,000 in grants to immigrants in the Denver-metro area, a milestone for the organization after it began … more

The pressure is off: Peterson commits to Western Nebraska CC 

The next thing that could make Brighton High School baseball player Bryce Peterson nervous will be signing his letter of intent in front of family and friends in the spring.  He took care of … more

Arapahoe Community College to require COVID vaccination or testing

Students, faculty and staff at Arapahoe Community College will have to show proof of vaccination or begin to undergo weekly testing for COVID-19 by Jan. 3 in order to remain on the college's campuses … more
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