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Aurora and Centennial, Colorado Blog

09/01/2012 - 9:07am



With degrees in chemistry and materials science engineering, Melvin went from being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1986 to running robotics as an astronaut for two NASA space shuttle missions.

Now he serves as NASA's associate administrator for education and tries to get young people interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM, educations.

08/27/2012 - 11:48am

LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A 30-minute chase ended with a police officer crashing a motorcycle and a suspected bank robber “throwing money everywhere.”

via Police motorcycle crashes in pursuit of Lakewood bank robber KDVR.com Denver Breaking News, Weather.

08/27/2012 - 8:45am

A couple videos.  This is a very popular brewery in Denver, Colorado

Dry Dock Brewing Company was created in October 2005 when Kevin DeLange, owner of The Brew Hut homebrew shop, decided that his homebrew store would benefit from an attached brewery.[2] With the help of homebrewer Kevin Kellogg, the two opened Dry Dock Brewing Company. After almost 4 years in a small unit adjacent to The Brew Hut, Dry Dock expanded to the end unit in the same strip mall, both increasing the tasting room area from 30 seats to over 80 and upgrading to a 7 barrel steam jacketed brew system.[3] Dry Dock quickly outgrew its expansion, with another expansion planned.[1]



08/24/2012 - 7:30pm

A truck driver found her at a truck stop and took the dog with him to California. A microchip showed the dog to be from Aurora and the dog escaped from reletives watching her in Kansas.  

Some residents donated the $500 arifare to get her home.  



Discuss on our forums.  http://www.smokyhillbound.com/forum/aurora-dog-lost-kansas-ends-california


08/21/2012 - 9:11am

Today is Noodles and Company day for the Aurora shooting victims. Locations are Buckley and Quincy and Southlands. 25% of sales will go to the Aurora shooting victims fund all day long.  Thank you so much Noodles and Company! 

Directions here.  http://www.noodles.com/locations/search.php?c=&s=&z=80015&r=25

08/20/2012 - 5:50pm

Five Colorado cities listed as "Best Places to Live in America"

Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Centennial, Boulder and Fort Collins made the list, which was released Monday.

In describing Castle Rock as the 16th- best place to live, the magazine noted that "a far cry from its Wild West beginnings, Castle Rock has set out to become a major magnet for business."

Highlands Ranch followed at 23rd for "some of the best outdoor stuff Colorado has to offer."

Centennial ranked 49th. "There's a lot to pack in: the pedestrian and bike-friendly Centennial Link Trail and brand new Centennial Center Park," the magazine noted.

Read more:Five Colorado cities listed as "Best Places to Live in America" - The Denver Posthttp://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_21355234/five-colorado-cities-listed-best-places-live-america#ixzz248Wk4X00

Discuss on our Aurora, and Centennial Forums http://www.smokyhillbound.com/forum/centennial-made-best-place-live-america-list

08/20/2012 - 4:21pm

Many people have asked about the future of Aurora's Century 16 theater. They want to know your thoughts


08/15/2012 - 9:34am

So, the people on this forum find a dog that is just wondering around on Mt. Bierstadt. They get together to rescue her and do a heroic job using the forum, not knowing how this dog came to be wondering the fourteener alone then the guy comes on and actually admits to leaving her up there!!!! You gotta read the 46 pages on the forum. Amazing story! 

Here is where the owner admits. What a drama after that. 


08/09/2012 - 8:52am

Thank goodness.  Those bike lanes were very poorly designed and leaves no room for cars.   


City planners learned a tough lesson last month as residents in two Centennial neighborhoods expressed disappointment with the decision to add bike lanes without checking with the locals first.

Public backlash over narrowed lanes along Telluride and Otero/Adams, forced city planners to admit they plopped the lanes in last year as part of a transportation master plan, but did so without garnering adequate input from the public.

Residents rejected three proposed alternatives proposed by the city and asked that the lanes simply be removed. At the time, public works officials estimated the cost of removing the existing lanes to be “ball parked” at around $50,000, but noted the final price tag would really depend on which solution was implemented.

An Aug. 3 email from Wayne Reed, Centennial’s director of community development, announced that in the course of the city’s ongoing effort to maintain street pavement surfaces, it recently applied a slurry seal treatment on more than 20 miles of streets, including Otero/Adams and Telluride. He added that the solution had “effectively covered all striping and as a result of community input, the City will not restripe the bike lanes.”

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