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While their hearts are definitely in the right place, their hands no longer always want to cooperate. “I grew up in a family that says if you live in a community, you contribute to that community,” said Fran Wells on May 21, as she … more
The Colorado Board of Education voted 4-3 to uphold TriCity Academy's appeal of both the Englewood and Sheridan school boards' disapproval of the academy's application to establish a charter school. The board requires each of the school districts … more
Littleton High School's STEM Certificate Program will award its first three certificates this spring. Seniors Wyatt Goddard, Dakota Wilkins and Daniel Cooke have completed the requirements to earn a Purple STEM Certificate. All three students … more
Arapahoe Community College's Workforce Training Program will hold its annual open house for the Colorado First and Existing Industry Training Grant Program on June 4 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at ACC. The “Colorado … more
Former Arapahoe High School students Katie Hatstat and Meredith Lutz were named Goldwater Scholars through the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program, which provides scholarships to highly qualified college students who … more
The Littleton High School Class of 2015 rocked the Littleton Public Schools Stadium house on May 22 with lyrics of wisdom from Taylor Swift, the Hobbit and Tarzan, even sneaking in some Outkast with its class motto: “So Fresh, So … more
The dreary morning of May 21 suddenly seemed bright and warm and full of Warrior spirit when Arapahoe High School principal Natalie Pramenko presented retiring superintendent Scott Murphy with a gift that was fitting in many ways: a quilt handmade … more
Principal Stacey Riendeau said goodbye on May 20 to the first group of students to go all the way through Heritage High School under her watch. “I knew from day one you would be a special class,” she told the graduating seniors as they … more
For Shannon Henderson, getting a cold or flu could be the difference between putting food on the table and going hungry. As a part-time customer service representative at a Walmart in Sacramento, California, Henderson is one of an estimated 40 … more
Defense attorneys in the Aurora theater shooting trial are trying hard to keep jurors from knowing the worst details of the massacre, fighting to prevent survivors from revealing how badly they were injured and objecting to photos showing even small … more
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