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Tim Floyd was right at home June 20 at Arapahoe Community College, surrounded by fire trucks of all makes and models, old and new, red ones, white ones and the occasional lime-green one, all gathered together for the 30 annual Mile High Hook and … more
City Manager Michael Penny named a former colleague from Frisco, Jocelyn Mills, to be Littleton's new director of community development. “I know firsthand of Jocelyn's extensive experience with community engagement, infill and redevelopment, … more
If you haven't been to downtown Littleton lately, you might not recognize it. Gone are some oldies but goodies, including Jose's restaurant and Valley Feed and Supply. But a flurry of new faces has arrived, bringing along what nearly everyone … more
In less than 10 years, South Suburban Parks and Recreation District has seen more than 1,200 incidents of graffiti at its parks, trails and facilities, racking up $301,145 in damage. It’s a difficult problem to tackle and one that isn’t going … more
Piano teacher Leila Viss isn't only about Bach, Beethoveen and Chopin. For her, it's also about easing her students into using the iPad application “Piano Maestro.” Viss, a piano performance and pedagogy graduate of University of Denver, … more
“You can drown my house now,” is not a sentence you hear every day, but kids who visited a flood table set up at Aspen Grove on June 16 said it a lot. “Ian, that was a poor choice!” laughed Jennifer Standlee as young Ian's house was … more
Popular foods like pie crusts, frostings and microwave popcorn will be largely rid of artery-clogging trans fats after a decision by the Obama administration to phase them out over the next three years. The Food and Drug Administration last week … more
The Obama administration last week proposed tough new standards to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide pollution from trucks and vans, the latest move by the president to address global warming. The new rules are designed to slash … more
Colorado's economy continues to grow and the state is collecting more tax revenue, but the bulk of the increase is going back to taxpayers and possibly to mandated funding transfers to transportation. That means that despite revenue growth, the … more
Rescue crews ended their search the afternoon of June 21 with no sign of a man who fell from an inner tube into the swelling, fast-moving South Platte River in Sheridan the previous day. more
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