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Golf course anniversary draws kids and adults to fun and food

Where can you catch hundreds of kids and adults playing alongside bouncy houses, putt-putt courses and former Denver Broncos players? The 40th anniversary event at the City of Englewood’s Broken Tee Golf Course drew golfers of all ages June 21 …
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A look at wedding traditions

The joining of two people in matrimony calls for many different traditions depending on the religion the couple is rooted in. Most religions recognize a formal assertion of marriage, but there is a difference in how verbal the couple themselves …
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    • City wrestles with tax question as school construction begins

      In what may signal the end to a debate that’s simmered for years, the Englewood City Council approved a bill on a preliminary vote that would effectively exempt Englewood’s public school district from paying tax on construction projects. At …

    • ‘Old-fashioned fun’ draws largest pinball crowd yet

      For three days each year, blinking pinball machines, old-school arcade games and sounds of bells, beeps and whistles fill the first floor of Denver Marriott South in Lone Tree. Here is where players, collectors and families assemble to partake in …

    • ‘I just knew I needed help,’ new mom says

      The week following Amanda Hawthorne’s first pregnancy was good. But the day her mother, who had been helping, returned to work, Hawthorne’s emotional state quickly declined. She slept because she was so exhausted. She paced back and forth …

    • Motorcycles, music and more for a cause

      Motorcycles, metal bands and good times are on tap for the third annual Freedom Fest, a day-long event in Littleton to thank and help America's military veterans. Eight bands will rock the Platte River Bar & Grill, 5995 S. Santa Fe Drive, on June …

    • Circuit boards, web development and summer fun

      Plugging in wires to a circuit board, typing code, following detailed instructions and bragging about the soda their mom packed into their lunch is a typical afternoon for the 10- to 16-year-old campers in Rudy Klucik’s summer coding camp teaching …