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Englewood couple makes moved from teaching to cooking

Mike and Melanie Gelinas agreed they wanted to do something different last year when they decided on a dramatic career change. Mike had worked in Englewood schools for 15 years before moving to another school-related job three years ago and …
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How to be smart in the sun

Nicole Shultz has two children, ages 5 and 7. Like most parents, she’s endured the task of putting sunscreen on small, squirmy bodies. “You want coverage that you can wipe quick and go,” she said. Shultz, of Highlands Ranch, uses …
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    • School board will see building options

      The Englewood School Board's tentative June 28 agenda includes a report to the board on possible options to remodel or rebuild the district's four elementary schools and the Early Childhood Education Center. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at the …

    • Drug-theft suspect who worked at Swedish Medical Center tests positive for HIV

      Rocky Allen, the former Swedish Medical Center surgical technician facing federal charges for alleged drug theft and tampering, has tested positive for HIV, according to a news release from the U.S. …

    • Residents sue Sheridan over petition decision

      Sheridan residents Harley Adams, Ernest Vigil and Phyllis Vigil are plaintiffs in a district court lawsuit seeking to let residents vote on whether or not the city should continue to use a red-light camera and photo radar. The case was filed June …

    • Four marijuana ballot issues possible in Englewood

      Two separate efforts are underway to place a total of four marijuana-related ballot questions in the hands of Englewood voters. There have been two separate notices of intent filed with the city clerk as the initial step necessary to put the …

    • Missing Parker man's body found

      The body of a Parker man, who had been missing for a day, was found June 17 in Englewood. Parker police had been searching for Tylor Sidener since the afternoon of June 16, when police said he didn't to return to work after a lunch date with a …

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    • They’ve got quirk to do

      In the realm of nerd, one can always go a little deeper. And for area self-proclaimed nerds and fans of the pop culture phenomenon, that’s where the Denver Comic Con comes in. “We’re putting on a show that we’d want to attend,” said …

    • Meet a few of Denver Comic Con fans

      Name: Zac Skellington Conley Age: 42 Superpower: I’m Batman Guild info: SkellOArt is my business, Sisters of Mercy Monster Carnival is my comic, and I’m part of 5280Geek, a network of artists, designers, professional and self-proclaimed …

    • Denver Comic Con puts on a show

      Denver’s annual gathering of all things nerd convened June 17-19 at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Over the weekend, around 114,000 fans of all shapes, sizes, and species attended the weekend event, and we at Colorado Community Media, were some of them. We explored the realms of creativity, paused to meet some interesting characters and delved into the worlds of magic, science fiction, fantasy and gaming. Here we’ve gathered some of our favorite photos of the three-day event.

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