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Members of the Englewood School Board, left to right, Duane Tucker, Vicki Howard, Tom O'Connor and Board President Scott Gorsky, check dates they will set for the process to name an individual to fill the board vacancy created by the death of Gene Turnbull.
Metro quarterback Alec Maybin prepares to hand off the football to teammate Brandan Wright during the June 2 game against Grand Junction. Wright gained 12 yards on the play but Grand Junction scored a touchdown with 18 seconds left in the game to win, 18-12.
Englewood High School student Zack Livermore pulls his 1974 Oldsmobile Omega to the starting line for his first time-trial run at the June 2 high school drag races at Bandimere Speedway. It was Livermore’s first trip to the drag strip and he said he had fun racing.
Arapahoe County Commissioner Frank Weddig, right, thanks his wife and family for all the support they have given him during his 30 years of public service. Weddig made the comments during the Jan. 3 ceremony marking his retirement. Photo by Tom Munds
Arapahoe County Commissioner Frank Weddig, left, gets a hug from State Rep. Kathleen Conti, R-Littleton, at the Jan. 3 ceremony marking Weddig's retirement. Conti presented Weddig a proclamation from the state Legislature honoring him for 30 years of public service. Photo by Tom Munds
Chief Judge of the 18th Judicial District William Sylvester swears in Bill Holen as Arapahoe County Commissioner representing District 5. The Jan. 3 swearing-in ceremony was held so Holen could fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Frank Weddig. Photo by Tom Munds
Newly sworn in Arapahoe County Commissioner Bill Holen, left, listens as Congressman Ed Perlmutter, D-Arapahoe, thanks him for his service on his staff. The Congressman presented Holen the flag that was flown over the U.S. Capitol on Dec. 23, 2011. Photo by Tom Munds
Bob Liebner goes through his workout routine Dec. 29 at the Englewood Recreation Center. The center offers use of a wide variety of exercise equipment as well as an indoor track and an indoor pool. Photo by Tom Munds
A single bunch of flowers near the entrance was the possible start of a makeshift memorial at the McDonald’s at Parker Road and Mainstreet, where on Dec. 27, Donna Royer was shot and killed. Photo by Tom Munds
The drive-thru and the main lobby were open Dec. 28 at the McDonald’s at Parker Road and Mainstreet, where a day earlier, Donna Royer was shot to death. Photo by Tom Munds
A Wyoming Air National Guard crewmember, left, assists South Metro Fire Department paramedics Eric Dailey, center, and Tom Davros as they strap a "patient" to a litter during April's Federal Coordinating Exercise at Centennial Airport. Members of about 20 agencies took part in the event to triage, treat and transport more than 200 mock patients to 15 area hospitals. File photo by Tom Munds
A team of Bishop Elementary School students build a robot during their overnight field trip to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The Bishop students joined youths from about a dozen other schools for the overnight field trip that includes a visit to the planetarium, a number of experiments and culminated the next morning with a visit to the zoo. File photo by Tom Munds
Englewood Mayor Jim Woodward speaks to the crowd in July at the 60th anniversary of the dedication of Denny Miller Memorial Baseball Field. Family member Brady Blair wrote a book about how the field came about and the family also dedicated a sculpture of a baseball bat that was donated to the city. File photo by Tom Munds
Yevette Mloelolo Susevo cuts the ribbon to her new home during the February Habitat for Humanity dedication. Ribbons were cut for four families and the completion of the project brings to 25 the number of Habitat for Humanity homes built in Englewood. File photo by Tom Munds
Bishop Elementary School students bundled up to keep warm as they carried the school banner in December's Englewood Holiday Parade. This is the second year for the event and, despite the weather, there were a lot of people in the parade. File photo by Tom Munds
The music has a couple spectators dancing during the June Eats and beats Festival in downtown Englewood. There was no charge for admission to the event that featured free entertainment on two stages plus a number of food and beverage vendors. The first-year festival, planned by the members of the Englewood Business Improvement District, drew a big crowd. File photo by Tom Munds
Dave Opperman arrived early and set up the tent for the other 14 members of the family scheduled to join him for the July 4 Family Festival and Fireworks celebration at Belleview and Cornerstone parks.
Sunshine reflected off the mirror-like surfaces of a couple hundred vehicles on display at the July 9 Motorsports Day at Craig Hospital.