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In 2015, Kevin Shipley, executive director of the Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies, based in Arvada, saw a humanitarian news piece about stray goldens in Istanbul, Turkey, being rescued by U.S. organizations. It pulled on his … more
Angela Cody-Rouget, a former resident of Highlands Ranch, started her organizing business Major Mom in 2006. She's featured on this season's "Shark Tank," a reality TV show on ABC that lets entrepreneurs present an idea in front of a panel of … more
On some days, Dr. Robert Pratt sits in his Denver-areahome in front of a tablet as he diagnoses patients for possible strokes at up to 15 different HealthOne affiliated hospitals. Today, Pratt, a neurologist, is calling into the emergency room of … more
On Groundhog Day, Littleton City Council spent its third meeting in a row discussing particulars of how it should behave as a body. “These are just not issues worth our time,” Councilmember Bill Hopping said Feb. 2, saying council should be … more
Mayor Bruce Beckman was joined by city staff, neighbors and others on Feb. 3 for the official groundbreaking, which turned into a “snow-clearing,” for Littleton Fire Rescue Station 19. Littleton City Council approved a partnership with … more
With all the hubbub around the national election, it can be easy to forget there are local ones happening all around us. Colorado Community Media will catch up to the candidates in the coming weeks, but here's a quick roundup. Arapahoe County … more
Janene Newell and Scott Collins, a couple from Littleton, renovated their 200-square-foot kitchen with rich, old-world furnishings donated to a nearby Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The couple was initially quoted $100,000 for the remodel — they … more
A bill making its way through the state Senate would eliminate the requirement for concealed carry permits for gun owners. Senate Bill 16-017 is sponsored by state Sen. Tim Neville — a Republican from south Jefferson County who recently … more
Swedish Medical Center began asking about 2,900 former patients to agree to free testing for the blood-borne diseases HIV-AIDS, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, after the hospital allegedly discovered a surgical technologist trying to switch a syringe … more
Well, are you wondering what happened to the well that's been promised to keep Ketring Lake full? You can attend a meeting on the evening of Feb. 11 to find out. In 2015, Littleton City Council approved $500,000 to drill into an underground … more
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