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Today's News

  • 2016 boys tennis capsule previews

    CHATFIELD CHARGERS
    Head coach: Devin Van Treeck
    Players to watch: Christian Holmes, Soph.; Patrick Ross, Sr.; Zac Meyer, Jr.; Brent Cummings, Sr.; Justin Spehalski, Sr.; Alex Gates, Sr.; Josh Baker, Soph.

  • 2016 softball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD LADY CHARGERS
    Head coach: Nicole Janssen
    Assistant coaches: Ron Bentino, Jen Lazzeri, Kevin Quick, Dave Moore
    2015 record: 10-12 overall, 4-3 5A Jeffco

  • 2016 softball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD LADY CHARGERS
    Head coach: Nicole Janssen
    Assistant coaches: Ron Bentino, Jen Lazzeri, Kevin Quick, Dave Moore
    2015 record: 10-12 overall, 4-3 5A Jeffco

  • 2016 gymnastics capsule previews

    CHATFIELD LADY CHARGERS
    Head coach: Chanel Chavez
    Assistant coaches: Tara Robarge, Janessa Guevara, Sammie Plattner

  • FRCS golfers challenged in season opener

    AURORA — One by one, be it freshman Breck Ferrin, sophomore Davis Stewart or junior Tyler Carden, the answer was the same. It was consistency. 

    That was hard to come by for the trio of Front Range Christian golfers in the 2016 boys golf season opener Aug. 11 at Aurora Hills Golf Course.

  • Chargers’ Holmes stands above the rest

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    Tennis runs deep in Stephen and Carol Ann Holmes’ family. The couple has five sons — four of whom have played singles on the Chatfield Senior High varsity team. Christian Holmes, however, became the first of the siblings to play No. 1 singles for the Chargers, emerging as the top player in one of the Jeffco League’s best programs as a freshman in 2015.

  • Our Readers Write

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    Editor:

    My home is in Morrison. I absolutely love living here and greatly appreciate the amazing views, the teeming wildlife and the beautiful open spaces. I was born and raised here on the Front Range, and feel very fortunate to be able to call Colorado my home. I would guess that you feel just as fortunate and, like me, feel very protective of our wonderful community.

  • Parties leave us with post-convention hangover

    The political conventions are over. The final television images showed convention workers popping the red, white and blue balloons and sweeping them away. The candidates nominated in Cleveland and Philadelphia are the most unpopular in modern times, and perhaps in the history of our country.

  • Ken-Caryl’s Music a la Mode hops with summer fun

    Eager kids lined up to have their faces painted at the Ken-Caryl Ranch House on Aug. 3, just one of many activities at the Music a la Mode summer celebration.

    Sitting on a blue chair, 3-year-old Jude Duran squinted as paint met skin. Meanwhile, Adam Duran, Jude’s father, held his son’s head still as a clown painted Jude’s face to look like Spiderman. After the process was finished, Jude looked into a mirror with a smile of satisfaction.

  • Inter-Canyon cooks up a neighborhood recruitment event

    By Ramsey Scott, For the Times

    The Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District hoped that by firing up the grills this past weekend it would be able to muster some new firefighters.