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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 […]

National Western Stock Show tickets on sale now

National Western Stock Show tickets on sale now

109th annual event Jan. 10-25, 2015  It’s not too early to start thinking about the National Western Stock Show. Tickets to the Jan. 10-25, 2015, show went on sale tomorrow Sept. 13.  Once again, Stock Show guests will receive FREE parking in all NWSS lots across the complex grounds and outlying lots. The 2015 Stock Show […]

Denver social media marketing group celebrates 5th birthday

Denver social media marketing group celebrates 5th birthday

Just a few months after the real-world advent of social media marketing, Denver marketing agency Webolutions founded a Denver social media marketing Meetup group.  On Friday, Sept. 19, that group, Social Marketing for Business – Join the Conversation!, celebrates its fifth birthday. With nearly 1,400 online members, the group has grown to be the largest […]

Bob Beauprez has private reception/fundraiser at Glenmoor Country Club

Bob Beauprez has private reception/fundraiser at Glenmoor Country Club

Immediately following the Cherry Creek Republican Women’s monthly meeting, guests (many of whom were not at CCRW) gathered in a private conference room at Glenmoor Country Club in Cherry Hills Village for an up close and personal visit with Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bob Beauprez and his wife Claudia. It was an informal environment where Beauprez […]

Cherry Creek Republican Women focus on getting to know Bob Beauprez

Cherry Creek Republican Women focus on getting to know Bob Beauprez

Bob Beauprez (pronounced Bopray) is introduced as Robert Louis “Bob” Beauprez – a third generation Coloradan who knows about hard work, a dairy farmer, graduate of University of Colorado-Boulder, community banker, former chair of the Boulder County Republican Party, former chair of the Colorado Republican Party, U.S. Congressman. Editor-in-Chief of the online magazine A Line […]

County Republicans feature Beauprez, Gardner, Coffman at Lincoln Day Dinner

County Republicans feature Beauprez, Gardner, Coffman at Lincoln Day Dinner

By Scottie Taylor Iverson A sold-out crowd of nearly 400 filled the ballroom at Doubletree Inn in Greenwood Village for the Arapahoe County Republican Annual Lincoln Day Dinner.  There was electricity in the room and countless standing ovations as presentations were made by U.S. candidates and Colorado candidates. Arapahoe County candidates – either first timers […]

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 […]

Parental tips for assisting college-planning seniors

Dear Estelle. How do parents navigate that fine line between being too intrusive or not involved enough when assisting their juniors and seniors as they tackle the college admissions process? Like a typical 17-year-old, our daughter Emily, a high school senior, thinks she knows everything and if she doesn’t her friends do.  We have had […]

Off-duty assignment of a lifetime for Englewood police sergeant

Off-duty assignment of a lifetime for Englewood police sergeant

By Tom Barry When Englewood Police Sgt. Brian Cousineau learned that the Cherry Hills Country Club was going to host the BMW Championship, he requested the week off and made arrangements to work an off-duty security assignment in neighboring Cherry Hills Village to assist that city’s police department. As luck would have it, Cousineau was […]

CCSD off to a great start

CCSD off to a great start

  Submitted by CCSD The logistics of successfully launching a new school year in the Cherry Creek School District are downright staggering. Take the kickoff of the 2014-15 school year as a case in point. The first weeks of the academic year saw the coordination of thousands of employees, hundreds of buses and scores of […]

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