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Could revised ballot language and a “human face” approach to this year's version of a personhood amendment pay dividends for backers — or is the measure destined to fail like previous efforts? The last three efforts to pass a constitutional … more
The Broadridge Shopping Center is set to get whipped into shape now that Littleton City Council has approved a rezone to allow Youfit Health Clubs to take over the anchor space. more
Trying to make sense of multiple — and wildly conflicting — governor's-race polling results released on Sept. 17 was a bit like shoveling the sidewalk while it's still snowing. Throughout the day, separate polling agencies released surveys … more
Bob Sutterer and Pete Muckley arrived July 7 at a missionary compound just outside the Liberian capital of Monrovia to teach writing skills to Liberian educators. For the next two weeks, their work overshadowed the fact that the two men were in … more
“Healing Our Youth: Get Educated” is an event designed to help parents and youth leaders become informed about mental health and wellness to support and heal the community’s youth. The free event, slated for 5:30-8 p.m. on Oct. 7 in … more
The United States Air Force Academy Band presents a concert at 7 p.m. Oct. 12. at St. James Presbyterian Church, 3601 W. Belleview Ave. Tickets are not required and admission is free. The USAF Academy Band Rampart Winds concert features something … more
Heritage High School is hosting its first Homecoming Carnival at 6 p.m. on Sept. 18. Dinner is available, including grilled hot dogs, hot wings and other carnival foods, and the proceeds will benefit the football team and business department. … more
The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applications from residents who are interested in serving on the Cultural Council, which is responsible for distributing funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District sales … more
When Columbine Valley resident Don Slack said he wanted to buy one of the homes planned for the new Wilder Lanes subdivision on the north side of town, the developer told him to put his money where his mouth was to help get them built. So now he's a … more
The upcoming C-470 improvements will likely be funded publicly, according to the board governing the project. “It looks like it will be traditional public financing, and it will not be a public/private partnership,” said Megan Castle, … more
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