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Today's News

  • Remembering a real American hero

    Several weeks ago a group of World War II veterans quietly gathered in Atlanta for what in all likelihood would be their final reunion. All in their 90s, they were the last remnant of a group of American volunteers that secretly traveled overseas in 1941 to fly combat missions against a brutal Japanese offensive in Asia. Their heroic exploits earned them the nickname “Flying Tigers.” To this day the Chinese speak of them in reverent tones, and few Flying Tigers were more revered than the spirited squadron leader known as Scarsdale Jack.

  • 2016-17 ice hockey capsule previews

    CHATFIELD CHARGERS
    Head coach: Ian Glupker
    Assistant coaches: Gordon Nytes, Wyatt Knese
    Conference: Pinnacle

  • Rebels turn new leaf with Barron

    A member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. A member of the National High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. 

    If the Columbine Rebels want to see what success looks like, all they need to do is look toward the sidelines. That’s where they’ll find it in head coach Ray Barron.

  • Chargers’ success dictated by talent

    Paul Peronard looks around the wrestling room at Chatfield High School and it’s a bit bare at the moment. That’s in part because the team graduated nine seniors from a year ago and also because of the success of the school’s football program, which is playing in the 4A state semifinals this weekend. But while the team will have a little more than 20 wrestlers this year it’s the quality of those grapplers that stand out.

  • Chatfield football advances to 4A semifinals

    Ben Frenette rushed for 132 yards and three touchdowns and Dalton Keene and Colton Arne added a score each as second-seeded Chatfield countinued its magical season with a 36-28 road win against Fruita Monument at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction on Nov. 12.

    With the victory, the Chargers (11-1) advanced to the 4A state semifinals where they’ll play host to No. 3 Pine Creek (10-2) on Nov. 18 at Jeffco Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. in Lakewood.

  • All too familiar ending for Rebels

    LAKEWOOD — Tyler Callahan hunched down at the 25-yard line. One last time, the Columbine senior was soaking in the atmosphere at Jefferson County Stadium. It wasn’t the way he was hoping his Rebels would end it — a 42-21 defeat to top-seeded Pomona on Nov. 18 in the 5A state quarterfinals — but it was the reality of the situation.

  • Columbine Library gets community input on plans for 2017 redesign

    Members of the community met with two architects from Humphries Poli Architects on Saturday to provide feedback on plans for the $4 million redesign of the Columbine Library.

    Humphries Poli has redesigned and worked on more than 80 libraries. The firm has been recognized for its work to create 21st-century libraries in Library Journal magazine.

  • Mathnasium works to enrich, motivate math students

    Closing in on the end of its second year in business, Mathnasium of Littleton is working to promote math and make the subject fun for all.

    The center provides tutoring and enrichment services for children in second through 12th grades. Some gifted kindergartners and first-graders come in, but they are a rarity.

  • CrossFit event raises funds for Barbells for Boobs, Reveille Project

    Hoisting sandbags over their shoulders, competitors kicked off last weekend’s inaugural two-day Monsters and Midgets fund-raising event by completing a weighted, mile-long run around CrossFit Watchtower.

    Though Monsters and Midgets is a traditional CrossFit event, this particular event was different in its charitable nature.

  • Colorado politics remain deep purple

    In the wake of last week’s earth-shattering national election with implications that will likely take years to completely understand, Colorado’s reputation as one of the nation’s most purple states was reinforced.