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The debate over voters' wisdom in backing the 1992 Taxpayer Bill of Rights resumed last week after it was made apparent that Coloradans can soon expect their first state revenue-related tax refunds … more
A commission charged with finding legislative solutions to issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing met for the first time on Sept. 25, with members acknowledging the arduous task ahead. “I think it goes without saying we have a tremendous task … more
And so it continues. Sixteen of the district’s 17 neighborhood high schools have raised voices against a resolution to review the Advanced Placement U.S. … more
A lively 6th Congressional District debate on Sept. 23 resulted in some testy exchanges between two candidates locked in a tight race less than a month before voters begin receiving ballots in the mail. more
Lung cancer is not limited to people who smoke. “Any one with lungs can get lung cancer,” said Teresa MacKillop, co-chair of the Denver Free to Breathe event. “And that's a fact.” MacKillop's sister died at the age of 39 after being … more
On Sept. 21, Lockheed Martin Space Systems took the knowledge, skill and creativity of hundreds who live in Littleton and surrounding areas and launched them into an alien orbit 138 million miles away. “This is an immense achievement for NASA … more
Arapahoe County Sheriff Dave Walcher provided an update on the Arapahoe High School shooting investigation on Sept. 22, saying he expects to conduct a full press conference by Oct. 3. “I do want to release as much as I can, as much as I can … more
When former Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson left office in February, he admitted he wasn't ready for a traditional retirement. “I've got one really good adventure left in me,” he said at the time. “But I don't know yet what it is … more
Music, laughter and the sound of people helping people replaced the normal quiet Sept. 20 around Black Bear Construction Services in the 500 block of Lipan Street in Englewood during the Free Spirit Ministries-sponsored outreach to the … more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education recently honored 16 individuals who are celebrating their 10th and 20th years in the Senior Citizen Tax Rebate Program. The program not only gives tax relief to senior citizens in the community who … more
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