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My Name Is... Sotha Chea

Escape from CambodiaI’m originally from Cambodia. Communists took over in 1975. They killed millions. My father was a professor and my mother was a nurse. The regime called them … more

STEM shooting suspect grew up amid abuse, his mother says

As a Nov. 20 hearing for the younger STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting suspect came to a close, individuals from all sides of the tragedy tried to stifle their tears. Parents of students present … more

Littleton's new mayor sworn in

Littleton has a new mayor — elected by the new city council's first split vote. Councilmember Jerry Valdes, who represents District 2 and was recently reelected to his third and final term on city … more

Tire Mom’s new book shares story of loss and healing

It’s common knowledge how important vehicle maintenance is to having a safe driving experience, but there’s one thing many don’t consider until there’s a problem — tire condition. Diana … more

Pinnacol Foundation scholarship applications now being accepted

The Pinnacol Foundation is accepting scholarship applications for the 2020-21 school year from youths whose parents have been injured or killed in work-related accidents. Applications must be … more

Coaches heading into big seasons

It’s getting down to crunch time for the high school football playoffs just as the season for the winter sports teams is starting. Practice for boys and girls basketball, ice hockey, girls swimming … more

The play's the thing

Millennial parents who haven’t visited a playground in a decade or two are in for a surprise: The new era of playgrounds is a heck of a lot more fun than the safety-obsessed playscapes of the 1990s … more

Family fare comes to area stage for holiday happiness

With the 20th century barely under way, St. Louis residents, including the Smith family, were excited at the prospect of the 1904 World’s Fair, which ran from April 30 to Dec. 1, 1904. Also called … more

Colorado Ballet performs holiday classic ‘Nutcracker’

Colorado Ballet presents its 59th annual production of “The Nutcracker” at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Denver, from Nov. 30 to Dec. … more

Confidently pursuing our success is needed approach

Perhaps you do not agree with the statement that there is power in the way we see ourselves, and that is OK, I welcome you to challenge the theory here. There are countless stories of success where … more

Are you an average investor, with emotions driving decisions?

The nation’s leading investor behavior study for over 25 years was just released. I always find these interesting since it highlights our human nature … to make decisions with our emotions. Most … more

Nicknames can be enigmatic, charismatic, emblematic, problematic

Most of us, including me, have nicknames. Most of us who have nicknames didn’t nickname ourselves, and that’s where this column comes in. Like everything else that we say and do these days, … more

It’s hard to be grateful right now, and that’s OK

In the United States, this is the alleged month of gratitude (not for the Indigenous, of course). We are supposed to have an “attitude of gratitude” and all will be well. At least that’s how I … more

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STEM suspect had troubled upbringing, mental illness, attorneys say

Evidence made public for the first time Nov. 18 in court during hearings for the younger suspect in the fatal shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch offered a glimpse into the world of the teen … more

Casino night to help fund volleyball scholarships

Community members are invited to spend a "Night in Monte Carlo" to help support the scholarship programs of 303 Volleyball Academy and its sister club Colorado Alliance. The 21-plus fundraising event … more

Q&A: What is the South Metro Denver Realtor Association?

When a local real estate organization chose its new home, it was — of course — all about location. “Being in Centennial makes things easier for many of our Realtor members when they are out … more

Raiders come up a goal short

Regis Jesuit controlled play for a majority of the second half — and did everything but score a goal. So it was Broomfield that ended up winning the Class 5A state boys soccer championship with a … more

My Name Is ... Ethan Christ, of Centennial

Setting out I go to Lincoln Tech currently, and I am in year one of school for welding. There's a certain rush I get when I'm 8,000 degrees between two pieces of metal, and the possibilities of what … more

Holiday happenings for all ages

From ice skating with Santa to making arts and crafts, families have a number of options to celebrate the holidays this season with South Suburban Parks and Recreation. Registration for those that … more
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