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When Jill Pechacek refers to her village of support, she means the one that extends well past Highlands Ranch and Colorado. It hits all 50 states and spans across oceans, reaching 13 countries. Pechacek, 46, a single mother and doctor in … more
Russian Garry Kasparov, hailed by many as the world's greatest chess player, can no longer return to Moscow to visit his mother because his political activism against the government makes it dangerous to do so. more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education has unanimously approved the establishment of a safety and mental-health advisory committee that will review protocols and recommend improvements. “I do appreciate the opportunity to share what we … more
The CBCA released its biennial report on the arts and economy — the last report was in 2011: Total economic activity: $1.85 billion in 2013, up 5.1 percent Total economic impact: $520.8 million, down only 1.2 percent Jobs and payroll: … more
Ana Martinez, 17, rarely gets to use scissors, let alone scalpels and forceps. But on Nov. 14, she and a couple dozen other blind people got to use all of the above to dissect some sharks. “I like exploring the shark and touching it,” said … more
The Littleton Planning Board heard from the public about the final two proposed urban-renewal areas Nov. 11, but put off making a decisionon whether to deem them such until Nov. 24. The plans were set as the last item on the agenda and weren't … more
In October, Arapahoe County Commissioner Nancy A. Doty was appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper to serve on the Colorado State Child Fatality Prevention Review Team. Doty is serving her first term as commissioner representing District 1 and is … more
On Thanksgiving, the average American will stuff themselves with about 4,500 calories of food. While noshing is fun, South Suburban Parks and Recreation has a way to help keep calories and stress at bay with its new “Turkey Burner,” a 90-minute … more
Each year, CenturyLink recognizes employees who go above and beyond to provide outstanding service to their customers. The company's Outstanding Service Provider awards were recently announced, and five south-metro residents were among the 60 … more
Arapahoe Community College will host “PJs with Santa” on Dec. 5, beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room. Families can enjoy an evening of holiday cheer with dinner, dessert, storytelling, games and a special appearance by Santa … more
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