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Pirate wrestler takes fifth place at tourney

Englewood junior James Sharp won the matches needed to finish fifth as he joined the wrestlers from 23 teams who took part in the Dec. 5 Rebel Invitational Tournament at Denver South High School. … more

National Western brings cultural heritage to Colorado

Again this year, many Colorado residents are gearing up for their participation in the National Western Stock Show. The annual event is billed as one of the premier livestock shows, horse shows and … more

Englewood girls win big in basketball

The Englewood girls basketball team scored first and often as they closed out the 2018 portion of their schedule with a 51-19 win over the Abraham Lincoln Lancers. “This is a good way to close out … more

Blue Christmas a good thing at Englewood Walmart

Other customers may have wondered why uniformed police officers accompanied families doing Christmas shopping at the Englewood Walmart store Dec. 18, but it happens every year. “The program began … more

Englewood girls swim team on the upswing

Englewood girls swimming coach Tracy Lonn said while the Pirates are basically a young team this season, the good news is there are more swimmers on the roster this year. “We have 16 girls on the … more

Englewood girls ready to launch season

Even before the official practice for the Englewood High School girls basketball team, Coach Thomas Rode said he expects his team to be strong and competitive. “We only graduated one senior so we … more

Hundreds don costumes for Englewood Halloween Carnival

The usual individuals in warm-up and exercise attire were replaced by creatures and critters of all sizes, shapes and descriptions as the Englewood Recreation Center hosted the annual Halloween … more

Halloween Carnival set to rock rec center

Visitors get the chance to debut their costumes a week ahead of time at the annual Englewood Halloween Carnival that will be held Oct. 20 at the Englewood Recreation Center, 1155 W. Oxford Ave. For … more

Residents brainstorm to improve Englewood parks

About 40 residents of Englewood gathered on Sept. 15 with city employees and councilmembers to talk about Englewood's parks. Emily Gonzales, co-founder of Friends of Englewood Parks, sent out the … more

Neighbors help neighbors in Englewood during 'Be a Tool' event

A total of 215 Englewood residents put their normal Saturday morning activities aside on Sept. 8 to volunteer to work on the 15 Xcel Day of Service projects in their community — a drive the city … more

Englewood residents step up for parks

Two Englewood residents decided the city's parks could use volunteer help and are taking steps to see if others feel the same way as they seek to form the Friends of Englewood Parks. “I am a mom … more

B's Auto closes its doors after losing lease

According to company records, about 1,200 customers of B's Auto will be looking for a new place to have their vehicles repaired, because owners Pat and Colleen Burke said they were unable to renew … more

Earth Treks gym is open for those ready to climb walls

Emily Camp smiled as she emerged from Earth Treks facility at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood after spending a couple hours on the facility's indoor climbing walls. “I am an avid climber and I … more

National Night Out aims for camaraderie

Activities varied from a few residents gathering in a one house to much larger events during the Aug. 7 National Night Out celebrations in Englewood. In keeping with the night against crime theme, … more

Western Welcome Week events offer a reel good time

The annual fishing derby, a car show and a long list of activities for kids headlined the events Aug. 11 and 12 that helped kick off 2018's Western Welcome Week activities in Littleton. Activities … more

Children’s day combines service, good times

Giggles, squeals of delight and the sound of splashing water filled the air during the July 21 Englewood Community Garden and Water Play Day at Colorado’s Finest High School of Choice. “This … more

Work on 63-home Habitat project progresses

The buzz of power saws and the rap-rap-rap of hammers filled the air July 25 as crews continued work on the Sheridan Square Habitat for Humanity project. Robyn Burns, director of Denver Habitat … more
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