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The importance of ‘Being Frank’

The importance of ‘Being Frank’

Business author shares his straight-shooting secrets  By Peter Jones At 28 years old, Richard Bryan found himself at the head of the boardroom of his family’s $12 million – in the rough equivalent in British pounds – car-dealership business in Bristol, England. The fledgling CEO knew he was in over his head – employing 360 […]

Desperate attempt to save Amendment 68

Desperate attempt to save Amendment 68

Submitted by No on 68  Another day, another attempt to manufacture support for the deeply flawed Amendment 68 proposal, one Rhode Island Casino operator’s scheme to line his pockets at the expense of Coloradans. First the campaign attempted to manufacture education community support with misleading ads that they were forced to pull down. Now they’re […]

Balmer recognized by paramedics

Balmer recognized by paramedics

Test prep eases test anxiety

Test prep eases test anxiety

Many students face test anxiety, and this is especially the case for high school students facing their SAT/ACT exams. According to the Greenwood Village test prep company, Full Passage, preparing can instigate one of the greatest reductions in anxiety for students. During the classes that Full Passage offers, students are allowed to practice in a […]

Aspen Academy hosts Admissions Open House, Saturday, Nov. 8

Aspen Academy hosts Admissions Open House, Saturday, Nov. 8

Aspen Academy will be hosting its annual Admissions Open House on Saturday, Nov. 8, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Prospective families and applicants are invited to explore Aspen Academy to learn more about its academics, programming and extracurricular activities in an interactive setting.  The school’s entire staff will be available to answer questions, as will […]

Turleys host ice cream social for Walker Stapleton

Turleys host ice cream social for Walker Stapleton

By Scottie Taylor Iverson With a celebration of Indian summer, Kathy and Tim Turley opened their Centennial home for an “Ice Cream Social in support of Walker Stapleton.” The additional host committee included Nancy Doty and Wayne Brady, Suzanne and Cliff Dodge, Jewell and Nolan Hargrave, Theresa and Nick Martens, Nancy and George Sharpe, Lynne […]

Obituary – Harold H. ‘Puck’ Lee, 1928 – 2014

Obituary – Harold H. ‘Puck’ Lee, 1928 – 2014

Harold H. “Puck” Lee, 86, of Centennial was born Feb. 23, 1928, and died Oct. 12, 2014. Puck was preceded in death by his parents, Harold R. and Louise Vawter Lee. Lee was founder and president of Accu-Tube Corporation. He was a graduate of East High School in 1945, University of Colorado class of 1950, […]

Centennial partners in broadband initiative

Centennial partners in broadband initiative

City voters OK’d ballot issue last year  By Peter Jones This week, Centennial officially joined Next Century Cities, a new initiative of 31 U.S. cities that emphasize what they say is the importance of leveraging gigabit-level Internet as a way to attract new businesses, create jobs – and even improve healthcare and education, organizers say. […]

Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council art auction set for Nov. 15

Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council art auction set for Nov. 15

The Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council proudly announces its annual silent art and gift auction, which is a benefit for Arapahoe County scholarships, the acquisition of public art, and continuing art programs.  The auction is Saturday, Nov. 15, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Curtis Arts & Humanities Center (2349 E. Orchard Road, […]

Things to do in Littleton when you’re dead

Things to do in Littleton when you’re dead

Zombies crawl Main Street in annual ritual The lively Historic Downtown Littleton area is seldom dead anymore – except one afternoon a year when the living departed make a pilgrimage for the annual Zombie Crawl and Pig Roast. True to its name, about 600 brain-oozing corpses ambled down Main Street for an hour on Oct. […]

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