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Brothers beat drum for bug-eating

Dave Baugh first ate bugs while serving in Southeast Asia in the Marine Corps. “The first time, it was kind of weird,” he admits. “And then, the more places we went to, we ate different kinds of bugs.” For many people, that experience …
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    • C-470 work won't stop during lawsuit

      A federal judge denied a motion to stop construction as a lawsuit over the expansion of C-470 continues. The Highlands Ranch Neighborhood Coalition filed the suit against the Colorado Department …

    • Urban renewal authority survives council vote

      With a 4-3 vote at the Dec. 6 city council meeting, Littleton kept its urban renewal authority, although three of the city's four urban renewal plan areas were repealed. The authority, Littleton …

    • Work begins on C-470 expansion, lane closures planned

      Nighttime lane closures along C-470 have begun as work gets underway on an expansion of the freeway. Flatiron Construction is continuing earthwork for the expansion behind temporary barriers between Lucent Boulevard and Quebec Street, as well as …

    • Wind Crest resident, 96, fleet of foot

      Bob McAdam has a lot to show for his 96 years of life. He served in World War II and the Korean War; he has a Ph.D. in health physical education and athletics; he's written several books; he was married to his wife for 68 years and raised eight …

    • Arapahoe Community College opens education door wider

      When she graduated from Heritage High School in 2013, Maggie Cullen didn’t think going to college was in her future. But …