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South Metro Denver Chamber names new CEO

The South Metro Denver Chamber has named a new chief executive officer. Jeff Keener, a chamber board member and owner of a marketing firm, replaces Robert Golden, who resigned in late 2019. “As we … more

Reporter Stories: Digging into The Farm, Westminster's Uplands Development

Long-time Westminster Window columnist Bill Christopher discusses the Oread Capital's Uplands Development in Westminster, the City Council's Feb. 10 approval and what's next. Read our latest story … more

Letter to the editor: Legislation merits support

Legislation merits support A big thank you to U.S. Rep. Jason Crow for endorsing HR763, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act! This legislation, in the U.S. Congress at this time, offers a … more

Letter to the editor: Crow let us down

Crow let us down Your article about Rep. Jason Crow “elevating his profile” in the recent presidential impeachment should remind us all that Rep. Crow has failed in his campaign promises. He told … more

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Sophomore holds down captain role

Jaeton Hackley has a different role this season for the Douglas County boys basketball team. Hackley played a little as a freshman last season, but this year the 5-foot-11 sophomore guard has been … more

Letter to the editor: Kudos to Crow

Kudos to Crow We who live in the 6th Congressional District owe a big “thank you” to our representative, Jason Crow. When Rep. Crow arrived as a freshman two years ago, he was immediately swept … more

Two classes possible for hockey

It still is a ways off and has to be approved by the CHSAA Legislative Council during its April meeting, but the hockey committee has recommended the sport be split into two classifications for the … more

Animal art brings sense of life to gallery

The Littleton Fine Arts Guild postponed its opening reception for the “Animals, Tame and Wild” exhibit due to snow. The reception will now be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 at the … more

Robert Rauschenberg show is coup for local arts scene

Works by major American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) will be exhibited at the Museum of Outdoor Arts’ Indoor Gallery, in Englewood, from Feb. 24 to June 13 — the largest exhibit of the … more

Top performers share their secrets to success

One myth about top performers in any field is that they tend to keep their secrets of success to themselves. Engaging in conversations with very successful senior executives, top-performing sales and … more

Noir films are satisfying dark blend

The misquote “The stuff that dreams are made of” concludes what great 1941 noir film? The answer and some interesting information about the film come later. Every Sunday in the mid-1970s, a … more

Letter to the editor: Keep church, state separate

Keep church, state separate Have the Douglas County Commissioners forgotten about a recent lawsuit concerning the use of taxpayer money in the form of vouchers that the Douglas County School Board … more

Holidays are over — it’s tax season

Time flies. The holidays are a brief memory, winter is more than half over and we’re looking forward to spring. With spring comes the deadline for filing your tax return. So, don’t let time slip … more

Letter to the editor: Keep all kids safe

Keep all kids safe I would like to applaud the actions of the Douglas County commissioners in awarding grants to schools for the purpose of school safety. One of the schools mentioned in a recent … more

Letter to the editor: Commissioners stand by funding

Commissioners stand by funding In a recent letter to the editor, Mr. Robert Clarke expresses concern regarding the legality of spending certain county funds for school safety, but his underlying … more

Sensory- and memory-friendly events give opportunities for expression in the Denver area

The Barros family has difficulty finding programs they all can attend. “We try to take them to events as much as I can, but the kids at this age don't pay attention for an hour,” Fernando Barros … more

Annual Dragon Film Festival roars in return

Asia’s dynamic and varied cultures have histories and stories that go back thousands of years, and as “Parasite” thrillingly displayed at this year’s Oscars, there are many, many stories … more

My Name Is ... Dave Gardner

I'm 39 and I've lived in Highlands Ranch for eight years. I was born in Texas but visited Colorado often as a kid and always loved it. I decided to make the move when the economy tanked and we … more

Seniors celebrate with dance for Valentine's Day

All it takes to get Highlands Ranch seniors on the dance floor is the right song with a good beat. At least that's what one group explained during a Feb. 10 Active Adult Valentine's Day dance at the … more
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