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Brian Ewert made it official on April 9 by signing a three-year contract with Littleton Public Schools, and will start his job as the district's new superintendent on July 1. “This is quite an honor and very humbling,” he said, adding that … more
Littleton City Council has a choice of seven citizens who think they’re ready to step up and fill Randy Stein’s vacated District 1 seat: John Brinkley, Pam Chadbourne, Bill Chamberlin, Jerry Hill, William Hopping, David Novinger and Jeffrey … more
The Littleton Public Schools Foundation annual Spirit Celebration on April 11 was a resounding success, selling out 570 seats for the first time ever and raising well over $200,000 to support a wide variety of programs throughout the … more
The 2015 Victor Steampunk Resurgence Festival will feature a paranormal investigation of the Lowell Thomas Museum at a “Who Goes There” event on Friday, April 24 from 7 to 9 p.m. The “Who Goes … more
Two businesses have teamed up to bring a facility that offers orthopedic and spine care, physical therapy and athletic training all in one building in Highlands Ranch. The facility, located at … more
A Colorado proposal to allow people on probation or parole to use medical marijuana won unanimous approval last week in its first test in the state Legislature. The state has allowed medical marijuana use for 15 years, but not for people on … more
Two bills to make it harder to sue Colorado homebuilders advanced in the Republican-controlled state Senate last week. Senators approved two bills related to homebuilder product liability. One would give homeowners less time to sue a builder for … more
Eight people have breached the perimeter at Denver International Airport in the last decade, most of them by climbing the fence surrounding the 53-square-mile property, according to an Associated Press investigation. The AP found there have been … more
In the first meeting since Councilmember Randy Stein announced his resignation, Littleton City Council undid some of the damage that got Stein sideways with some of the merchants in his district. Last spring, there was concern that a few of the … more
OK, you ask: Why the heck is there a giant straw sticking out of Geneva Lake, just northeast of Prince Street and Berry Avenue? “The organizations behind the straw idea hope the message will remind and encourage residents to truly think about … more
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