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Betty Jean (Wallace) Van Pelt, a longtime, active resident of Littleton, has died. She was born on Nov. 19, 1929, to Oma Mason Wallace and Violet Wallace in Ohio and passed away on May 11 at the Sunrise at Pinehurst senior living facility in … more
For Lone Tree resident and longtime cycler Susie Wargin, the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival is the kick-off to cycling season in the Front Range. “There are so many beautiful stretches,” said Wargin, who enjoys riding Roller Coaster … more
As Arapahoe High School seniors sat in folding chairs on the football field at Littleton Public Schools Stadium waiting for their diplomas, they got some advice on their future. “In the real world, it's not about your GPA, and it's not about … more
A Heritage High School graduate has been named Arapahoe County's recipient of the County Sheriffs of Colorado scholarship. Nikolai Puc' impressed the selection committee and Sheriff David Walcher with his activities, especially his work traveling … more
Colorado Department of Transportation crews will be working on Santa Fe Drive between Prince Street and Blakeland Drive up until May 30. Drivers should expect overnight lane closures in both directions. more
Littleton's summer reading programs for teens and adults began on May 23 and will continue until July 31. Registration for the teen reading program is on the upper level of Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura St., or online at www.littleton.gov. … more
Heritage High School's graduation on May 18 was lighthearted, with student speaker Kellen Lieb and Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert taking the opportunity to crack some jokes. But … more
Eric Peter Henderson pleaded guilty May 18 to vehicular homicide and tampering with evidence, two of the five charges he faced in connection with the death of Colorado State Trooper Jaimie Jursevics. Sentencing is scheduled for June 28 at the … more
Jacob Bloom was born and grew up in Tampa, Florida, and moved to the Littleton area for his freshman year in high school. The climate change suited him because it was cooler, he said, and he likes … more
Caroline will attend University of Mississippi in the fall to study accounting and finance. At Heritage, she played varsity tennis, was on the Liberty Belles dance team and took part in student … more
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