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Arvada Center explores dark side of American Dream

There are certain expectations that come with seeing an Arthur Miller show — it’s going to be intense, heady and dramatic. His 1947 masterpiece “All My Sons” certainly fits the bill. It’s … more

DMNS exhibit lets there be lights

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has played host to countless numbers of traveling exhibits over the years. These exhibits come from all over the world, and from some of the most respected … more

Pigs come out to play to raise awareness

Pigs aren't just for farms — they're for friendship, too. Crowds at Hog Haven Farm's event at Resolute Brewing Co. in Centennial got to meet rescued pigs and learn more about them as intelligent … more

Douglas County schools raise big money for Make-A-Wish

Once a year, students in Douglas County spend a week raising money for kids with life-threatening medical conditions. The school district never disappoints — this year it has raised $309,360 and is … more

ThunderRidge principal loses battle with cancer

The community is mourning the loss of ThunderRidge High School principal Chris Tabeling, who died from cancer at the age of 46 the morning of March 4. “He was passionate about his families — his … more

No easy fixes on horizon for Denver metro area housing crunch

Even record levels of construction won’t fix the fact that demand will outpace supply in the Denver-area housing market for the foreseeable future, according to a new study that explores the … more

Agatha Christie style is at work in show on Littleton stage

It was a dark and stormy night — 10 strangers are gathered in an isolated English country estate — unable to leave if they wanted to — and the host is dead! Sound familiar? Director Bob Wells … more

Buzzer-beater propels Grizzlies to semifinals

ThunderRidge made just one field goal in the fourth quarter of its Great 8 game against Doherty, but the timing was perfect. Bailey Verk took a pass from Kaison Hammonds and made a layup just before … more

Jaguars roar into Final Four

Rock Canyon's boys basketball team was top-ranked for a majority of the season in the poll. The Jaguars were the top-seed in this season's Class 5A state tournament pairings but came … more

Highlands Ranch girls eliminated in quarterfinals

Highlands Ranch's girls basketball coach Caryn Jarocki knows the importance that turnovers can have in determining the winners and losers of basketball games. The Falcons turned the ball over too … more

Valor takes hockey success to next level

Valor Christian's hockey team was virtually untested during the regular season . So when the seedings were announced for the state hockey playoffs, there were doubts about the Eagles' strength of … more

Castle Rock Adventist Hospital to unveil painting

Sunset’s bright reflection ties Cindy Welch’s new watercolor painting to the land around Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, and the artwork was commissioned in late 2017 by hospital CEO Todd … more

Feeder schools implement policies for tech use

Schools in the Rock Canyon High School feeder system are taking steps to address students' increasing use of technology in the classroom. In August, Rocky Heights Middle School implemented a cell … more

Douglas County correcting precinct number mishap

Thousands of people in Douglas County were misinformed of their precinct numbers ahead of the March 6 caucuses in a mix-up the county is currently working to resolve. Douglas County announced an … more

Andrews, Cable take honors for swimming, diving

Kylie Andrews' senior season on the Heritage girls swimming team was one to remember and Arapahoe junior diver Franny Cable finally had a season she doesn't want to forget. Andrews was named the 2018 … more

Metro district to make improvements to parks

Brian Muller's father is 91 years old. He uses a cane and has a disability sticker on his license plate. Because of his age, he has some limitations, Muller said. Although his father doesn't live in … more

Program provides classical sounds, education, outreach

Twenty or 30 times a year, groups of musicians present Up Close and Musical special instrumental music programs for students in schools in Arapahoe and Douglas counties. “Usually we have about 13 … more

Columbine experience divides two survivors as gun debate reignites

Patrick Neville was outside, sneaking off to smoke with friends, inadvertently avoiding the outburst of gunfire at Columbine High School nearly two decades ago — but he did not dodge the … more

Olympics could again be tough sell in Denver

It promised ample snow and sunny weather on a normally bare, rocky peak easily accessible by “super highway,” thousands more hotel rooms than existed and a cross-country ski course that looked … more

Mental illness: ‘It’s not even really a law enforcement problem’

In Castle Rock last year, police responded to 250 calls involving suicidal or potentially suicidal people. Douglas County deputies responded to at least 500 calls related to mental health in 2017, … more
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