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PHOTOS: Crafts bring out crowds at Goodson rec center

A packed parking lot was the sign of South Suburban Parks and Recreation's 33rd annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair, where several dozen vendors and baked goods helped whip up holiday spirit. … more

Colorado auto group takes high polluters off road: 5 things to know

In 2007, Colorado's then-Gov. Bill Ritter made a push to tackle climate change. Among the efforts: suggesting that Colorado adopt a policy similar to California's stringent auto-emission regulations. … more

The smell of the season at Benchmark

There are quite a few different approaches to take when it comes to Christmas plays, and Lakewood’s Benchmark Theatre decided to embrace the warmth and humor of the season with its regional … more

South metro area law enforcement agencies blocking radio traffic

As of the early morning hours on Dec. 2, Douglas County law enforcement radios faded from public access. Channels once available for anyone to hear now broadcast a stream of garbled talk and … more

Used books provide spine to get through winter blahs

Mark the calendar for Dec. 7 (9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) and 8 (noon to 5 p.m.) when Koelbel Library’s Used Book Sale will offer possible gifts for many folks on your holiday list — as well as a stock … more

What I’m thankful for: South metro residents sound off on what's really important this season

“I’m thankful for my family and the support they give to each other through my parents and siblings.” — Jason Ahbe, seniorengineering program manager, Greenwood Village “I’m alive. I’m … more

Lone Tree council approves In-N-Out Burger

Executives for In-N-Out Burger aim to open both of its first Colorado locations on the same day — they just won't say when exactly. On Nov. 19, Aaron Anderson, project manager for In-N-Out Burger, … more

My Name Is... Sotha Chea

Escape from CambodiaI’m originally from Cambodia. Communists took over in 1975. They killed millions. My father was a professor and my mother was a nurse. The regime called them … more

Park Meadows 'hacks' make shopping efficient

The Park Meadows mall is gearing up for its busiest time of year. Holiday spending is expected to increase 4.9% from last year — a total of $832.3 billion spent nationwide during the holiday … more

Q&A: What is the South Metro Denver Realtor Association?

When a local real estate organization chose its new home, it was — of course — all about location. “Being in Centennial makes things easier for many of our Realtor members when they are out … more

Chaparral captures volleyball crown

Chaparral collected one more victory than last year in the state volleyball tournament, but Valor Christian and Lutheran couldn't duplicate their finishes from the 2018 tournament. The three-day, … more

Looking back is worth looking forward to

With the day ahead and 24 topics to choose from, it was hard for a still-sleepy history buff to get in gear on the morning of Nov. 2 as the 2019 History Camp Colorado kicked off at 9 a.m. at Arapahoe … more

School for the Blind students join forces with others for exhibit

Arapahoe Community College art students combine talents with artists from Colorado School for the Blind, located in Littleton, for an exhibit that runs through Nov. 19 at the college’s Colorado … more

Officials look toward past and future of Schweiger Ranch

Elizabeth Matthews grew up in Parker and remembers when there wasn't much in the way of living history in Douglas County. “If we ever wanted to visit a historic site it was the Littleton History … more

‘But make it fashion’ at DFW

For more than a decade, Denver Fashion Week has showcased some of the most exciting talents in the metro area's fashion and salon worlds, and it's back this year with plenty of style and imagination … more

Proposition DD passes by a narrow margin

The statewide ballot question that asks voters to legalize sports betting and allow the state to tax it to send millions of dollars to help manage Colorado’s water supply was narrowly succeeding by roughly a percentage point at about 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 6, the day after Election Day. more

Colorado voters reject Proposition CC

Proposition CC, the statewide ballot question that would have eliminated TABOR — Taxpayer's Bill of Rights — refunds and used that money for K-12 education, higher education and transportation projects, was turned down by Colorado voters. more

PHOTOS: 'Holiday Market' brings art, gifts to the neighborhood

Children sang Christmas carols and vendors' booths lined the way at a garden center just outside of suburban neighborhoods in west Centennial. It was all part of the first Holiday Art Market at Big … more

Tri-County Health Department declares youth vaping a crisis

As the state health department continues investigating vaping-related illnesses and doubles down on preventing tobacco use among youths, local health agencies are also taking action. That includes … more

‘Floral Reverie’ is expressionistic rendition of beauty from garden

Centennial painter Tatiana Dowell grows a beautiful backyard garden, and loves to gather, arrange and record her flowers in exuberant, expressionistic paintings. Her new exhibit, “Floral … more
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