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Only about 2 percent of the population has the ability to save the life of a 16-year-old Highlands Ranch girl, and those potential lifesavers have no idea who they are. “We’re looking for a needle in a haystack,” said Melissa … more
Eric Keck, who is about to complete his first full year as Englewood city manager, recently took time to answer some questions about that year. It has been a year of change and transition for the city as people became accustomed to working with … more
Larry Nimmo, Englewood's right of way services manager, said the city's snow removal system moved out into the the streets just after midnight Dec. 15 and did a good job of keeping the streets open for travel. “We heard the forecast at 5 p.m. … more
The eyes of 18 children sparked with excitement and they had ear-to-ear smiles on Dec. 17 thanks to Englewood Walmart and the Englewood police and code enforcement officers acting as Santa's helpers during the annual Shop with a Cop event. “I … more
Like numerous law enforcement agencies around the country, the Sheridan Police Department has launched a project to equip all patrol officers with body cameras. “We have purchased 10 cameras and assigned them to 10 Sheridan patrol officers,” … more
Every Main Street needs its own watering hole that's just cozy enough to keep the regulars coming back, and just dingy enough to keep the passers-by out. And it helps if that particular joint is run by a larger-than-life Mae West type wearing … more
Treva Boyd, 88, uses her iPad daily. She starts the morning with a virtual game of Scrabble against her granddaughter. Then she checks Facebook to connect with family. But one day, she got locked out of her iPad. “I wish I knew more about … more
More than 100 organizations and governments in the metro area — from the Adams County commissioners, Jefferson County Cultural Council, Lakewood City Council and South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce — have come out in support of the Scientific … more
After the news this week of two classmates accused of plotting to kill students and staff at Mountain Vista High School, senior Katie Pickrell said classmates are coming together to raise awareness … more
To borrow from a song, the weather outside was frightful, but the chilly temperature and snow didn't stop families from filling the rooms at the Malley Senior Recreation Center on Dec. 12 with warmth and smiles as they gathered for breakfast with … more
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