Dr. Nick Tschetter’s last day of seeing patients at Pediatrics 5280 in Centennial was June 30 when he completed 49 years of caring for children in the southeast metro area.
If John Zayac wanted a reason to quit flying, he would not have to look far.
In 2000, the Centennial Airport-based pilot had to make an emergency landing in the middle of Colorado Boulevard when the single engine on his vintage World War II aircraft failed. Eight years later, Zayac was flying solo over Eagle County when he cartwheeled into a remote wooded area, losing the wings. Although the plane was totaled, Zayac walked away with a few scratches.
A packed council chamber set the scene for commendations, the retirement of a U.S. flag and a lengthy list of ordinances in Greenwood Village.
An internal investigation by the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office has concluded that a controversial alert warning of “Gypsy scams” was not written by the department and was accidently disseminated without the sheriff’s authorization.
Fresh Fare by King Soopers is finally taking shape at University Boulevard and Hampden Avenue. The 46-foot-high structure now sports three walls being finished with a reddish brick exterior, a distinctive roof and steel supports on the east side entrance that will soon be adorned with glass windows.
The corner storefront overlooking the amphitheater at City Center Englewood is not your typical business for a bustling area adjacent to a light rail station. There are no handheld computer devices on display or gourmet coffees for sale.
Most people who knew Rebecca Wingo remember her in a similar way. “Everyone pretty much says the same thing, her smile,” said Christy Everson, a Cherry Creek Schools employee who used to hangout with Wingo at Baker Street Pub & Grill in the Denver Tech Center. “She was the friendliest person I knew. She would never turn anybody away for anything. For me, it was just the joy of being around her and her positive attitude.”
As rumors swirl around the jailed suspect in last month’s Aurora theater shootings, James Eagan Holmes remains under segregation, largely keeping to himself, per an administrative decision of the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.
Get yourself in gear. “Fun & Fit!” will be the recurring theme of the 84th Western Welcome Week, Aug. 8-19.
Three months on the job in Cherry Hills Village has not dampened Police Chief Michelle Tovrea’s enthusiasm for her new position as police chief. In fact, she finds something else to confirm how pleased she is in her job most every day.