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District I City Councilmember Randy Stein submitted a letter to Littleton City Manager Michael Penny on March 27 announcing his resignation from council effective immediately. No explanation was … more
Englewood Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert has directed the course of the district for five years and, last week, announced he was leaving to accept a position as the new superintendent of Littleton Public Schools. On March 29, Ewert took a … more
Action The city will switch to a 15 percent late charge for sewer and storm-drainage bills, rather than continuing the tiered system it has used for the last three years that started at 10 percent and grew over time. Prior to that, the late fee … more
To be useful, honorable and compassionate. Seems like it all started as when the pastor talked to him. Doug McKenzie describes it this way. “Pastor Ellen (Fenter) had contacted me about going … more
Suddenly, it is all just too hard. A person needs a break. “The most important thing is that the caregivers are healthy. It is a 24-hour-a-day job,” says Sonja Search of Lifting Spirits, Adult … more
Jessica Allison is a journalism student at the University of Missouri who recently spent a few days working at the Courier learning the ins and outs of small town journalism. Have you seen smoke … more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education took the temperature of its new Security and Mental Health Advisory Committee, formed in the wake of the Arapahoe High School shootings, during its March 19 regular meeting. “It was purposeful … more
Area residents enjoyed a day of free swimming at the ribbon-cutting celebration for Waterworks Aquatics Swim School on March 20. The school, located at 8980 Barrons Blvd., Highlands Ranch, offers its patrons private, semi-private, parent-and-me and … more
Eight-year-old thespians got to display their talent to a group of 80-year-old thespians on March 20 — but the only judging going on was that of a potion-making contest. The kids, a group of about 30 third-graders from William Roberts … more
If demand for the product gets too high, they may have to start a potty-training drive, joked Cindy Bakula Streater, but for now, they will be sticking with diapers and wipes. From March 1-14, Streater, of Highlands Ranch, hosted a neighborhood … more
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