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My Name Is ... Stacy Ingram

About me I was born in Billings, Montana, but I've been in Colorado since first grade, so a long time. I'm not quite a native, but almost. My background is in corporate jobs for advertisement … more

Turkey Day 5K draws a crowd

Hundreds of community members worked up an appetite at the Turkey Day 5K. The Chamber of Commerce of Northwest Douglas County hosted the 15th annual run or walk on Thanksgiving Day at Shea Stadium in … more

Suspect killed after exchange of gunfire with Douglas County deputies

Following a traffic incident in which suspects fired at deputies the morning of Nov. 27, one suspect is dead, another is wounded and at a local hospital, and one is in custody, authorities from the … more

Grizzlies regaining their growl on field

Doug Nisenson played a role in establishing the ThunderRidge football team as one of the state's elite programs. Now he's a key figure in restoring some of the Grizzlies' lost mystique on the … more

Letter to the editor: Poor decision on 5G

Poor decision on 5G I can’t say how disappointed I am in the HRCA’s decision to reject Sprint’s 5G implementation in Highland’s Ranch. 5G is 100 times faster than the cell networks we use … more

Sock it to ‘Em challenge spreads across area

A group of mayors in the south metro area has taken up a challenge to collect socks throughout December, part of the Sock it to ‘Em campaign, a donation drive to provide socks for the homeless. The … more

Main Event Entertainment open for business

A hub of entertainment in the community just got a new player: Main Event Entertainment. The over-the-top game center officially opened Nov. 19 at 64 Centennial Blvd., adjacent to AMC Highlands Ranch … more

Parkour creates caring community

Ken Arrington, founder of parkour gym Path Movement, knows that parkour — in which athletes often scale walls, make 9-foot leaps and traverse rails 10 feet off the ground — has a bad reputation … more

Q&A with schools' new chief academic officer

Douglas County School District Superintendent Thomas Tucker has hired a chief academic officer to oversee curriculum across the school district. Autonomy in the classroom will continue, Tucker said … more

As shopping season starts, so do new sales tax rules

The Colorado Department of Revenue enacted an emergency rule Sept. 26 that makes it mandatory for retailers in Colorado who ship goods out of their own jurisdiction to collect sales tax on the … more

Sage Canyon students help feed families in need

The week before Thanksgiving, Paula Bishop's third-grade classroom at Sage Canyon Elementary School in Castle Rock resembled a mini grocery store. Items for the perfect Thanksgiving meal — canned … more

Colorado finalizes tougher emission standards

Colorado is joining 13 other states and the District of Columbia in adopting Low Emission Vehicle Standards, requiring new vehicles starting with the 2022 model year to meet strict standards for fuel … more

Valor advances to title game

The Valor Christian-Grandview clash for a spot in the Class 5A state football championship game came down to the wire as the Eagles bested the Wolves 31-29 in the game played Nov. 24 at Legacy … more

Enjoy a Thanksgiving weekend feast of music

Thanksgiving weekend is one of the busiest times of year in the metro area. Families and friends are in town and everyone is looking for something fun to officially kick off the holiday season. There … more

All American CrossFit opens in Centennial

All American CrossFit Southglenn will celebrate the grand opening of its new location at Centennial's University Towne Center at the intersection of Dry Creek and University Boulevard.  A grand … more

Dispose of grease, oil at take-back event for Littleton-Englewood area

Holiday cooking can leave gallons of unwanted food oil to clean up. Drains and pipes are not proper disposal areas, and many containers cannot handle the heft of these hot, greasy liquids. more

Classic Dickens tale gets tuneful turn

Snow-frosted windows make up a curtain/backdrop for Town Hall Arts Center’s appealing production of “A Christmas Carol: The Musical,” which runs through Dec. 23. It’s an ideal family show, … more

Distinctive painter offers watercolor workshop

Painter Robert Gray, a longtime Highlands Ranch resident who had a Littleton gallery on Alamo Street at one time, is known for his bright colors and bold strokes, as he works in watercolors. He will … more

It’s the most ‘Nutcracker’ time of the year

“The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” was written in 1816 by E.T.A. Hoffmann as a holiday tale for children, and in 1892, Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky wrote the familiar music we hear each holiday … more

In world of sports, there are plenty of reasons to give thanks

Thanksgiving is a time to talk about turkey and offer thanks for loved ones. It’s a wonderful holiday and chance to forget differences Many people reflect and offer thanks for health, wealth and … more
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