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Maria Pearson’s job is to help seniors, but her even more important job is to find the ones who need help — and that’s everyone’s job. “We are one point of entry for our seniors, for those folks who are most vulnerable, who have never … more
The first thing three third-graders did upon receiving brand-new dictionaries from the Rotary Club of Littleton was look up the word “dictionary,” because none of them knew what one was. But they were very excited to get them Sept. 22, asking … more
In 1973, Joseph Gilmore earned a Soldier's Medal for his act of valor as a soldier in the U.S. Army. Last week, he finally got it. “I apologize on behalf of the government that it took so long,” said U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette during the Sept. … more
Students at all LPS middle schools were able to check out a Chromebook for use at school and at home throughout the year. As schools utilize an increasing number of digital textbooks and resources, it is more and more important for students to … more
Mimi Leonard, coordinator for career and technical education at Littleton Public Schools, was one of three people recently inducted into the Colorado Association of Career and Technical Education Hall of Fame. Leonard has served in her current … more
The 13 winners of the 2016 Littleton Calendar photography contest have been selected: Jack Zivic (cover), David Linder, William Wiebesiek, Cary Cooprider, Laurie Denhalter, Matthew Wert, Darcy Hickman, Lindagrace Hickey, Tim Baker, Aaron Norris, … more
A crash at the intersection of C-470 and Santa Fe Drive around 3 p.m. today brought multiple lane closures on Santa Fe and left one person seriously injured. All lanes were reopened by about 4:45 … more
Sometimes, families need quiet time and easy activities to help provide peacefulness. Lacing string through holes of colorful cardboard pictures is a cheap, quiet activity for many developmental stages. For more ideas see … more
Newton Middle School math teacher Marc Goodreau, his Knight-Time students (an elective-style course) and the after-school Garden Club are reaping the benefits of last spring’s planting season. This past April, students planted 700 seedlings in … more
Starting in October, every first Friday of the month, military brides-to-be can get a free designer wedding dress of up to $4,000 at Compleat Couture in Centennial, thanks to Babara Raskin Myers. She has teamed up with nonprofits James Resource … more
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