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Mother Nature provided a backdrop of clear skies and warm sunshine Nov. 11 as about 500 people attended the 40 ceremony marking Veterans Day at Fort Logan National Cemetery. It is the first time in three years the ceremony was held inside Verle … more
Littleton’s Addi Iken finished seventh at the 2016 state Class 4A cross country meet and on Oct. 28 she fulfilled her desire to return to state this year and improve her finish as she came in third in the field of 153 4A girls entered in the meet … more
The paintings, photos, sculptures, embroidery and woodcarvings on display at the Malley Senior Recreation Center are mediums local amateur artists use to create the works they entered in the Englewood Art Exhibit. This is the 12th year the city has … more
Englewood resident Ryan Andersen said participation in a three-day portion of the Coast 2 Coast 4 Cancer Bike Ride that began Sept. 15 was overall the neatest experience of her life. “It was amazing, it was grueling and it was inspiring all at … more
Englewood Police Officer Steve Siegal wrote his original novel “Cop Cohen” while he was still on the job. Now that he is retired he had the time to complete the sequel, “Contra Legem — Against the Law” which was released in August. “I … more
The Pirates Cove pool enjoyed by people throughout the summer became a playground for dogs during the Sept. 9 Doggie Plunge. Englewood turns the water park on West Belleview Avenue over to the dogs at the end of each season for the plunge. The … more
The cheering of the Arapahoe and Heritage students, parents and alumni was loud Sept. 8 when the Warriors and Eagles continued the Brookridge Trophy rivalry football game that dates to 1972. Arapahoe was able to post a 28-13 win at Littleton … more
Hundreds of people attended the 50th anniversary celebration of the uniquely shaped bank building at 3501 S. Broadway in Englewood that was designed by famous architect Charles Deaton. Community Banks of Colorado now occupies the “spaceship … more
The Cherrelyn horsecar, an important part of Englewood history, stands fully restored in the lobby of the civic center because a number of residents wanted to see it saved and displayed where everyone could see it. The 1980s restoration project … more
Most of the starters on this year's Englewood High School football team will be freshmen and sophomores who will be asked to step up while learning under fire. “We have a very young team this season and that is where we are at,” coach Jay … more
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