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Pirates take the walk

Seats became hard to find May 20 as about 1,000 friends and family members gathered in the Englewood High School Field House to watch the commencement ceremony in which the 112 members of the Class of 2017 were presented their diplomas. The …
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‘We’re just as normal as everybody else’

Sunlight streams through the stained glass at the Colorado Muslim Society’s mosque on Parker Roadin southeast Denveron a warm May morning as Imam Shafi Abdulaziz addresses a field trip of seventh-graders from Mountain Ridge Middle School. He …
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    • We’re making a change that we hope you’ll support

      Readers are always telling us how much they appreciate the stories we report and emphasizing the importance of what we do - giving them the timely, informative, thorough and, sometimes, surprising …

    • Suspect arrested in killing of man found in duck pond

      A lengthy Englewood police investigation resulted in identification of 29-year-old Mikhail Anthony Purpera as the suspect in the November murder of Patrick Steven Murphy. The body of Murphy, 33, …

    • City gets update on depot restoration

      Tom Parson, the owner of the Englewood Depot, reported on work underway on the building during the May 15 Englewood City Council meeting, and several councilmembers urged him to speed up work on restoration and exterior appearance. Parson bought …

    • Englewood's first state of city event planned

      An event planned for June 1 will write a new page in city history with Englewood's first State of the City event. The event, titled “Art of Community — 2017 State of the City," will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. June 1 on the second floor of …

    • Englewood High School graduate Sydney Gonzales

      Gonzales played basketball and soccer all four years at EHS, was involved in the newspaper and National Honor Society and has volunteered in various events. Gonzales plans to attend University of …