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For November, Dalia Gutierrez, a 5th grader at University Park Elementary, submitted an interview she conducted with members of the Ramblin’ Jesters, a London-based rugby team who participated in the Rugby Town Sevens rugby tournament at Infinity... more

South Denver Education News

Denver South High School's football team has made big waves in recent seasons. This year, with the team presently at 2-4 and a divisional ranking of 30th, you might think there would be cause for concern. You would be wrong. more

South Denver Lifestyle

Construction is currently underway on the new Denver Tennis Park (DTP), a 13-court facility on a Denver Public Schools (DPS) owned four-acre triangle of land on South Franklin Street between South High School, I-25 and the All City Stadium complex. more

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One might not know it in fishing-crazy Colorado, but each year, Denver’s Platte River is the site of what is becoming annually a hotter and more spectacular fly fishing tournament, drawing the finest Colorado and regional anglers. more

South Denver Lifestyle

South Denver is about to get a huge gift: a U.S. Tennis Association-blessed, indoor-outdoor tennis facility. The 13-court facility is nearly ready for construction on the triangle of land on South Franklin Street between... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

It will be dark when Al Herzel leaves his Littleton home on May 21 and heads for City Park in Denver. He will join a hoard of runners gathering there in the early morning light as they ready for the 26.2-mile marathon challenge. more

Capitol Lifestyle

At the end of every game I can still hear my dad telling me what I did wrong,” says Cameron Morse, 17-year-old senior at the Denver Waldorf School. Morse is referring to the greatest supporter of his basketball career: Scott Morse. more

South Denver Lifestyle