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GOP flocks to new ViewHouse

GOP flocks to new ViewHouse

By Bob Sweeney   Centennial’s new Viewhouse restaurant, managed by former Cool River manager Joe Madril, was the site of a flood of Republicans to launch the new Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club. Newly appointed President Mryon Spanier served as chairman and welcomed the group of 100 plus to the new organization and location. There […]

Fleurish – National MS Society ‘On the Move’ Luncheon draws army of MS research backers

Fleurish – National MS Society ‘On the Move’ Luncheon draws army of MS research backers

By Glory Weisberg Multiple Sclerosis, which strikes at anyone age 11 months or older, is worse locally than elsewhere in the U.S. and the reason continues to allude researchers. These dedicated men and women have come up with 11 new drugs to fight the disease and many living MS patients remember what life was like back when […]

Heritage High hosts 37th Liberty Bell

Heritage High hosts 37th Liberty Bell

‘Super Bowl’ of scholastic cross country By Tom Barry Littleton’s Heritage High School hosted its 37th annual Liberty Bell cross country meet Sept. 12, attracting around 3,000 runners from 93 schools and more than 10,000 spectators. Runners from Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Wyoming look forward to the event each year, said Brock Becker, Heritage’s assistant principal […]

Local cops provide security at golf championship

Local cops provide security at golf championship

Lone Tree Chief Streeter walked the beat at BMW  By Mike and Tom Barry Growing up in Denver, Jeff Streeter developed a love of golf that began when he was 10 years old. At age 12, he began working at the Overland Park Golf Course and continued through high school. He played on his Denver […]

Guest Column – Vote ‘NO’ on Amendment 68

Guest Column – Vote ‘NO’ on Amendment 68

Submitted by Roger Baker The presence on November’s general election ballot of Amendment 68 is as profound a threat to our way of life here in Gilpin County as anything we have witnessed in the past 20 years. Amendment 68 is the latest attempt by a Rhode Island casino company to bypass the existing process […]

Cherry Creek Schools Fitness Festival draws record crowd

Cherry Creek Schools Fitness Festival draws record crowd

Submitted by CCSD It was part pep rally, complete with cheerleaders and a marching band, and part workout, with plenty of people stretching out and warming up. Then, with a “3, 2, 1, GO!” and a cheer from the crowd, they were off! A record 3,400+ people took part in the 14th annual Cherry Creek […]

Mod Pizza opens, gives back

Mod Pizza opens, gives back

By Peter Jones The 20th Mod Pizza fast-casual restaurant in the United States, and the first to open in Colorado, debuted Sept. 11 in Centennial with a celebration and giveback to the community. The restaurant, located at 8225 S. Chester St. north of Park Meadows, gave 100 percent of its pizza sales on opening day […]

Perry’s Steakhouse to open at Park Meadows next week

Perry’s Steakhouse to open at Park Meadows next week

Another five-star restaurant has “steaked” its claim. Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill will not open until Monday, Sept. 22, but the Texas-based eatery has already wowed south metro with sneak previews of its elegantly prepared meats and fine wines. On Sept. 12, members of the Perry family were on hand at Park Meadows to officially cut […]

University of Colorado receives record property donation

University of Colorado receives record property donation

Liniger family gift of The Wildlife Experience valued at $40 million Submitted by CU  The University of Colorado has received the largest real estate donation in the institution’s 138-year history. The $40 million gift of The Wildlife Experience facility in Douglas County from Dave and Gail Liniger and their family will allow CU to expand […]

Mayor Tisdale announces run for re-election

Mayor Tisdale announces run for re-election

Submitted by Doug Tisdale Cherry Hills Mayor Doug Tisdale has formally announced his campaign for re-election as mayor of the No. 1 Best Suburb of America to Live In. Tisdale was elected mayor by a large margin against two opponents in the April 2012 election, having previously served as councilmember from 2000 through 2008, including […]

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