Keyword: Tom Munds
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The April 15 Littleton-Standley Lake baseball game appeared to be up for grabs early. Littleton scored a run in the bottom of the first inning and there were four lead changes through the top of the fifth inning when the Lions were leading 7-5 … more
Jimmy Carter was in the White House, Jim Taylor was Englewood mayor and Harold Meyer was Littleton mayor in early April 1977, when the Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant went on line. A celebration is scheduled to celebrate the plant's … more
Kids will be scrambling to scoop up as many plastic eggs and goodies as possible during Englewood’s annual Great Egg Scramble on April 8 at Denny Miller Field, 3600 S. Elati St. The event is held for 1- to 8-year-olds. The cost is $1 per child … more
Visitors arriving at Whiskey Biscuit Restaurant and Tavern at 3299 S. Broadway on a recent Friday found college basketball on the three big television screens without sound, as soft background music played so patrons could engage in quiet … more
Against George Washington on March 17, the Englewood girls soccer team quickly discovered the Patriots had an aggressive offense that repeatedly pressed the attack. Englewood did a good job stopping many of the attacks, but George Washington won, … more
The Pirates raised the bar for accomplishment as the Englewood girls basketball team finished the season with an 11-11 record that included wrapping up the season with a 33-26 win over Fort Lupton to take third place in the state Class 3A district … more
The faces of the Arapahoe players leaving the court after the final buzzer reflected their disappointment in the season-ending loss 82-44 loss to Grandview in the Feb. 28 Sweet 16 Class 5A state girls basketball playoffs. “I am proud of our … more
After listening to the evidence presented in a Feb. 22 preliminary hearing, 18th Judicial District Judge J. Stephen Collins ruled that teenagers Louis Fernando Lara-Macias and Raheem Vaughn Benson … more
Award-winning writer Dave Cheadle finds a comfortable position in his favorite chair to work on the final novel in his trilogy about the looming fate of the world. “Freak Fall,” the first book in the trilogy the author calls the apocalyptic … more
The ancient art of wood carving is alive and well each Friday at Englewood's Malley Senior Recreation Center as men and women bring their talent and their tools to transform blocks of wood into animals, birds, angels and other artworks. On Feb. … more
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