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Everybody knew him when he walked into the room and he received a loud ovation. Brent Adams was introduced Sept. 5 as the new boys lacrosse coach for the Falcons of Highlands Ranch High School. He became another well-recognized lacrosse coach as … more
On Aug. 10, Denver Art Museum’s Curator of Photography, Eric Paddock, noted that the United Nations estimated that 65.6 million people around the world are displaced.And then he introduced … more
For the past year, the Zimmer family — Craig, Meghan, Wyatt and Paige — have seen the reconstruction of Stein Elementary as they go to and from their home, just a few blocks away. On Aug. 16, they were among the first to see the school, now … more
Rain was part of the reason the City of Lakewood pushed back the opening of Carmody Park’s new universal playground from the beginning of the summer to July 28 — so when dark skies rolled in that afternoon, no one was going to let it dampen the … more
Mayors and staff from Centennial, Bow Mar, Wheat Ridge and more got a window seat into the lives of communities in west Denver, Lakewood and Golden during the recent Metro Mayor Caucus’ transportation event. Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul and Golden … more
Roasted pork mole pupusas, carne asada tacos, red velvet cake and baklava. These dishes were among the winners at the Colorado Department of Human Services’ third annual Great CDHS Cook-Off on July 19 at the Wheat Ridge Regional Center, 6225 … more
Metro Denver law enforcement has been warning drivers to be careful with their cars for years, but now they are issuing a special warning for Subaru owners. According to the Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force, local agencies are seeing an … more
Lakewood city council will not move forward with a moratorium on high-density housing proposed by Ward 1 Councilwoman Ramey Johnson, following a five-hour study session on July 17. Instead, council directed city staff to examine the zoning … more
Since the year 2000, Lakewood has seen a population growth from about 140,000 people to nearly 160,000, according to numbers on the city’s website. While those kinds of numbers can lead to an economic benefit, established neighborhoods and … more
When Westminster’s Delrae Mondragon faced the responsibilities of her son DJ’s medical needs, as well as the normal struggles of parenting, she realized she could use some help. And then, she went and found it in a course offered through … more
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