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Elizabeth School Board fills vacancy

With an election now underway to fill three board seats, the Elizabeth School District Board of Directors filled yet another seat -- that of former director John Guttenberg -- on Oct. 11 at their … more

Homecoming returns to Elizabeth

It has been two years since the Elizabeth School District has celebrated its homecoming traditions, due to COVID-19 restrictions. The town of Elizabeth was bustling throughout the week of Oct. 4 in … more

VIDEO, PHOTOS: Denver Art Museum opens reimagined Martin Building

The Denver Art Museum has reopened the Martin Building, formerly called the Ponti or North Building, after renovation initiated by a $25 million lead gift by Lanny and Sharon Martin. A celebration on … more

The Arvada Center goes to the dogs

Most of us had more than a little help getting through the bleakest parts of the COVID-19 pandemic and for many that help came in the form of our canine friends. They’re not called man’s best … more

Littleton police arrest 2nd suspect in connection with officer shooting

Littleton police have arrested the second person they believe to have been involved with the man who shot and injured Littleton officer David Snook according to a City of Littleton press release Wednesday.  more

Elbert County News

Legend girls win league softball championship in Parker-area matchup

Junior shortstop Kaylynn English is a leader on the girls softball team from Parker’s Legend High School. English was the spark plug for the Titans with three hits, two runs scored and three stolen … more

Centennial's Arapahoe take state golf title

Arapahoe High School in Centennial has come close many times to winning a state golf championship. The Warriors were second the past two seasons and third in the previous two campaigns. Arapahoe’s … more

Opinion: How we manage change impacts retention of the best

Welcome back to part three of this five-part series on “The 5 C’s of Retaining Top Talent.” In week one we discussed the importance of connecting with our team members, and last week we added a … more

Opinion: We’re local ER docs. Help us end the pandemic

You trust us 24/7/365 to take care of you in emergency departments throughout Colorado. We have been treating COVID-19 for more than 20 months, never missing a day of work, except for illness. We … more

Parker's PACE Center celebrates 10 years

The Parker Arts, Culture & Events Center, also known as PACE, is celebrating a decade in the community this month with a series of free and reduced-cost events. The PACE Center opened its doors … more

‘Cross Words’ is new work by local playwright

The configuration of the smallish Bond Trimble Theatre at Vintage Theatre in Aurora dictates a set, designed by company director Bernie Cardell, that has the audience almost in the living room/dining … more

Woodcarvers invite public to annual show

The Colorado Carvers Club will hold its Annual Woodcarving Show, Competition and Sale on the weekend of Oct. 23-24 at the West Metro Fire Training and Event Center, 3535 S. Kipling St. in Lakewood, … more

Colorado Community Media honored for women of past women of excellence

With a long history of producing community journalism, several newspapers that are now part of Colorado Community Media have been led by strong women since they started being published. As part of … more

Election 2021: Prop 120 will drop property taxes — at least for some

Colorado’s residential property taxes are already among the nation’s lowest, but a measure on the 2021 statewide ballot would drop them ever lower — for some. Proposition 120 would, if approved … more

Election 2021: Prop 119 would raise marijuana taxes for out-of-school learning

Colorado voters will decide in the election ending Nov. 2 whether to raise taxes on recreational marijuana to help fund a new state program aimed at providing Colorado students with out-of-school … more

Election 2021: Amendment 78 could change oversight of state spending

A measure on Colorado’s fall ballot asks voters to change the way the state approves spending money from the federal government, legal settlements and other non-state sources. Amendment 78 would … more

Elbert County's Gabriel Foundation is for the birds, in a good way

Passersby often wonder what those large, netted enclosures are at the corner of Elbert County Roads 13 and 158. If you look closely, you will see large, vibrantly colored parrots, living joyful lives … more

A cut above the rest: Highlands Ranch host butchers' competition

Nearly 30 butchers from Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico gathered in Highlands Ranch for a chance to win $20,000 in the annual Slice on Ice Qualifier Competition, hosted by the Texas Roadhouse … more

Women still behind in breast cancer screenings

Just over two years after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, Suzi McCumber continues to stress the importance of regular screenings. If McCumber had not gotten the recommended … more
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