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It was a meeting like no other of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education. On Jan. 21, the crowd spilled out of the board room and into the foyer. Reporters and news cameras flanked one wall. Two former board members formally joined the … more
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Beginning Feb. 2, the lower portion of Waterton Canyon, including the main entrance and parking lot, will be closed Monday through Saturday until May 15, while crews repair the High Line Canal diversion structure in the South Platte River. The … more
Colorado Republicans could be forgiven for thinking that several years of fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights, which helped Democrats win several elections in this socially liberal swing state, were behind them. Then, … more
DENVER (AP) — States that have legalized pot are taking a fresh look at making it easier for out-of-state investors to get in the weed business, saying the industry’s ongoing difficulty … more
Littleton Public Schools will put a $150,000 grant from the state toward an effort to raise the literacy rates of its students with disabilities. “We do have some work to do,” Melissa Cooper, director of special education, told the LPS Board … more
Brooke Higgins, one of two 16-year-olds charged as an adult with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder following an alleged threat against Mountain Vista High School, appeared in court on Thursday with a new lawyer. Dagny Van Der Jagt has been … more
Things have changed since Doug Clark last served on Littleton City Council, and he's none too happy about it. Clark gave up his seat in 2011 to pursue a run for Arapahoe County Commissioner, losing in the primary to fellow Republican Nancy Doty. … more
Mountain Vista High School students arrived on campus Jan. 19 to learn that science teacher and boys lacrosse coach Jake Herman had died. No details of his passing were available from Mountain … more
Angel Meza, divorced with four children, was living in a subsidized apartment near downtown Denver when she found out she qualified for a Habitat for Humanity home. “It really changed my life in so many ways,” she said. “Home ownership was … more
Grunts of exertion coupled with the pop of gloves on punching bags fill the air twice a week when a dozen Englewood Middle School students spend two hours at DaVarryl Williamson's boxing gymnasium. “DaVarryl and his friend Alyssa Levine came to … more
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