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“With love to my children and my children's children, Edwin Arnold Bemis” is written in his hand beneath a photograph on the opening page of a very special book that Bemis' family has loaned to his namesake library in Littleton. It has been … more
Colorado Community Media won 74 individual awards and four special honors in the Colorado Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest, results of which were announced Feb. 21 during the annual … more
The Feb. 21 Heritage Fine Arts Guild Workshop with Kristine Orr has been changed due to severe weather.It will be held on Feb. 28, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bemis Library, 6014 S. Datura St., Littleton. … more
The Littleton City Clerk's Office inadvertently mailed ballots for the March 3 special election to 165 minors. In 2013, state law was changed to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to preregister so they can vote when they turn 18. “Its purpose is to … more
The group trying to save the Arapahoe Community College pool found a sympathetic audience with Littleton City Council on Feb. 17. “I hope we might do something to facilitate keeping that pool open,” said Councilmember Peggy Cole, a retired … more
Linda Suttle is usually the one doing the helping, but now she needs help. Suttle is the Littleton Police Department's only victim advocate, in charge of tending to the needs of people who suddenly find themselves entangled in the … more
Facing far less opposition than in previous meetings, the developers of Wilder Lane in Columbine Valley celebrated a win on Feb. 16 after the town's board of trustees unanimously approved their plan to build patio homes on the north side of … more
Littleton City Council's Feb. 17 decision to permanently rezone Arapahoe County Residential Center, a halfway house for women that has been in the city since 1987, means it will no longer need to get reapproved as a conditional use every five … more
Downtown Littleton can now welcome a tattoo parlor with open, sleeved arms, since Littleton City Council on Feb. 17 approved the endeavor as a conditional use. During the discussion, Councilmember Debbie Brinkman made the surprise revelation that … more
While the Littleton Community Retreat is tackling the topic of the “Silver Tsunami” and the city recently opened the Aging Well Resource Center at Bemis Library, Littleton Adventist Hospital is running a campaign that reminds us that not … more
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