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Englewood City Council told Dugan Comer, acting city attorney, to move ahead with the process that would require the iBake Englewood marijuana consumption club to close. The action came at the June 20 council study session, in the latest … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
Jordan Stubbings learned last year that he needed to work harder, so he spent a lot of time in the barn at his Elizabeth home. Stubbings, a junior at Legend, hit .230 as a sophomore baseball player. “Last year was first year on varsity, I … more
Emily Sloan reached her goals this season in an impressive way. The Rock Canyon sophomore won her second consecutive individual title in the 100-meter hurdles and also captured the 300-meter hurdles championship at the Class 5A State Track Meet, … more
Two Englewood residents have jointly filed written notice of their intention to collect sufficient signatures to place two marijuana-related ballot issues on the November ballot. Donna Macdonald and Peggy Bogaard-Lapp submitted the notice to the … more
The pop of pads on the gridiron replaced the traditional summer sports sound of a bat hitting a ball on June 10 as Englewood held its summer scrimmage against Littleton and Lincoln. “We are experienced in the backfield but we are light up … more
Voters could be the ones who decide whether or not retail recreational marijuana sales will be permitted in Englewood. The ballot issue will be discussed as part of the June 20 city council study session. “We will try to hash out the wording … more
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