Stapleton resident Mike Holtby was recognized by National Geographic magazine in May for this photo of a giraffe at sunset.
An intrepid group of students from Swigert International School have been laboring since the fall on an unusual challenge: “to create a story about a disguised character who goes on a secret mission and communicates with secret codes and spy gadgets.”
Bridget Galaty, a Park Hill resident and senior at Denver School of the Arts has been selected to receive a Boettcher Foundation Scholarship.
Proud parents and relatives gathered at Swigert International School as Girl Scout Troop #4527 celebrated earning the Jr. Bronze Award, the highest honor awarded to Jr. Girl Scouts.
There’s no such thing as a bad day spent in service of somebody else, some other cause or something that you believe in,” said Kyle Clark, 9News anchor and the keynote speaker at an assembly marking McAuliffe International School’s annual day of service.
Does a fugitive evading capture require a cunning criminal mind, random luck, or both?
Jeff Lamontagne knew he wouldn’t be able to endure the commute forever so after five and a half years as executive director of the Bluff Lake Nature Center, the Lakewood resident has resigned to take on a job closer to home – as executive director of the Friends of Dinosaur Ridge in Morrison.
Ben Lusher received the Ruth and Warren Toltz Young Leadership Award at JEWISHColorado’s annual meeting in September.
After making it to all the way to the 15th round at the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington, D.C., Sylvie Lamontagne finally met her match with the word “chaoborine,” a type of gnat.