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Q&A with Steve Hess, of Panorama Wellness and Sports Institute

Meet Steve Hess, the chief performance operator at Panorama Wellness and Sports Institute, 1060 Plaza Drive, in Highlands Ranch. Prior to his current role, Hess spent 21 years as head strength and … more

Fire destroys two homes in Castle Rock, other blazes burn in Douglas County

Castle Rock Fire and Rescue responded to a housefire in The Meadows on April 17 that quickly spread to four other homes as the area experiences high winds on top of stage 1 fire restrictions. The … more

‘She gave me something to live for’

Rebekah Barstnar, 23, a heroin addict, lay on a cot in a Douglas County jail cell, vomiting repeatedly, too weak to walk to the nearby bathroom. Pain in her back deepened, her bones ached, her skin … more

Teachers recognized at annual event

The role of a teacher involves much more than leading a classroom and teaching curriculum. They are confidantes, support systems, mentors, friends. On April 11, seniors from four high schools in … more

My Name Is... Justine Monsell

About me I was born in Port Chester, New York on Feb. 16, 2000, to Marshall and Evangelia Monsell. I am the youngest of three, with an older brother, Alexander, who still lives in Colorado, and my … more

Hemp-extract products come to Park Meadows

Shoppers at Park Meadows often slow down when they pass the new Phytorite kiosk, located outside the Tesla store. Some shake their head and walk away quickly, while others slowly approach the kiosk … more

South Metro dispatcher helps deliver baby by phone

It's a call dispatchers don't get every day. Just after 9 a.m., a mother and father pulled their car over in a parking lot off East Smoky Hill Road in Centennial to dial 9-1-1 — the mother was in … more

Littleton church staging big weekend of entertainment

In the late 1990s, active, creative members of Littleton United Methodist Church collaborated on starting up an ongoing gift to their community that has enriched cultural life for members, of course, … more

‘Sisters of Swing’ is sweet trip back in time

One settles into a seat and immediately focuses on the appealing stage, framed by an oversize suggestion of a brightly lit theatre marquee, as Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center presents “Sisters … more

Teachers protest funding gap, some PERA changes at Capitol

Performances of teachers singing a 1980s rock hit in protest have swept the nation — from Oklahoma to West Virginia to Kentucky — and now, the show came to Colorado. “We're not gonna take it … more

Forums offer chance for discussion on mental health

Colorado Community Media, in partnership with Douglas County Libraries and the Douglas County Mental Health Initiative, will present a series of public forums, “Time to Talk,” on mental health in … more

Food banks see donations drop as need stays steady

Despite a strong economy and low unemployment, need is staying steady at Denver-area food banks. At the same time, some food banks are seeing donations beginning to slip, and looming government … more

'Sully' to headline Centennial Airport's 50th

He's a renowned pilot and graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He's been an “aviation and safety expert” for CBS News. He's one of the 2009 TIME 100 most influential people in the world. And … more

Past pays off in Arvada Center exhibit

So many artists first discovered their talent and passion for the arts in school. That might have been in the arts module during elementary school, or maybe a ceramics class in high school. That was … more

Colorado Community Media takes home 47 awards

Colorado Community Media received 47 excellence in journalism awards, including 26 first-place honors and the Editorial Sweepstakes prize for the second year in a row for the Littleton Independent, … more

Earth Day events encourage activist attendees

There’s a lot that separates and divides people, and it seems like the list is ever-growing — everything from religion to politics and economic status. But there’s one thing everyone has in … more

Technique, work ethic propel throwers to next level

The image attached to track and field competitors who throw the shot put and discus is changing. In the past, athletes who were bigger, and often slower, were generally assumed to be throwers. But … more

C-470 expansion project moving along

Drivers can expect about another year of construction on C-470 between I-25 and Wadsworth Boulevard as crews enter the home stretch of a project to add toll lanes intended to reduce congestion on the … more

Taste of Highlands Ranch benefits American Cancer Society

In 2018, there will be an estimated 25,570 new cases of cancer in Colorado, according to the American Cancer Society. Of those cases, 8,000 will result in deaths. The American Cancer Society hopes to … more

Mansion's website gets a makeover

The Highlands Ranch Metro District has launched a new website and logo for the community's iconic centerpiece, the Mansion and Historic Park. First built in 1891, the 27,000-square-foot Highlands … more
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