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It wasn't too long ago that two Highlands Ranch women had to live in secret and keep their love hidden from friends, family and co-workers. The two had been living together since 1999, and had been a couple for more than 20 years, but felt they … more
Colorado school leaders would prefer less legislative involvement but more funding, they said during an Oct. 29 Superintendent Forum in Denver. more
Former Florida Republican Gov. Jeb Bush spoke brought forth a message of change and economic sustainability at an Oct. 29 rally at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock. more
The Englewood Recreation Center underwent a transformation Oct. 25 from a facility for exercise and classes to a Halloween carnival location, complete with a games of skill in the gymnasium and a haunted house on the running track. As the sun … more
Englewood Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert has been selected at State Superintendent of the Year by the Colorado Association of School Executives. “I am honored and privileged to receive this award,” Ewert said. “My name is on the award … more
The whine of drills and the growl of saws cutting drywall echoed off the walls as crews continued construction of what will be the high school classrooms on Englewood's new seventh- through 12th-grade campus. Workmen on scaffolds installed glass … more
After he had entered a guilty plea to second-degree burglary and second-degree arson on Oct. 24, Anthony Meany said he is sorry about the vandalism at Englewood High School. “I am sorry about all of this. I wish it had never happened,” he … more
With one week left before Election Day, Colorado Democrats in tight races leaned on the most popular Democrat in the country to rally support here – former President Bill Clinton. Clinton revved … more
In July 1994, Virginia Chenowith was 63, living alone in an apartment and working in retail. Then the store she worked at cut her hours. “I was so used to working,” she said. “I was going to get another job, and then I heard about this … more
In its early days, much of Littleton’s Main Street was about transportation: first horse-related, then automobiles and a trolley. On Oct. 20, applicant/architect Raymond Ollett, Jr., speaking for the View House, presented a vision to … more
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