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Frederick Douglass, the eminent abolitionist, author and social reformer, once said that it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. For me, that explains why we must expand young Coloradans’ access to early childhood … more
Many Douglas County residents don't realize some of the people closest to them are skipping meals or choosing between paying for medicine, rent or food. Robert Peterson wants them to know that hunger and food insecurity are very real problems, … more
Littleton residents who want to serve on the election commission must submit applications by 5 p.m. on July 15. There are two positions available on the five-person commission, which reviews and makes recommendations for procedures for municipal … more
Littleton Public Schools has received an award for financial management from the Government Finance Officers Association for last fiscal year's annual financial report. The district says that the Award for Outstanding Financial Reporting is a … more
Littleton has been awarded nearly $2.5 million in open space, parks and trails funding from Arapahoe County on June 30. The city received $995,256 in open space shareback funding as well as three separate $400,000 grants for the Hudson Gardens … more
Colorado officials say homicides increased by nearly 15 percent statewide last year while rapes increased by almost 11 percent. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation's annual crime report released … more
Colorado law enforcement agencies and elected officials offered their support for Dallas police and called for unity the morning after five officers were killed and seven others were wounded during a protest in the nation's ninth-largest city. more
Colorado officials say homicides increased by nearly 15 percent statewide last year while rapes increased by almost 11 percent. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation's annual crime report released … more
A vote to disband Littleton's urban renewal authority has been postponed again, this time until October. In March, a motion to direct staff to draft an ordinance to dismantle Littleton Invests for Tomorrow and repeal the city's four urban renewal … more
Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong, a leading voice in conservative politics for decades and president of Colorado Christian University in Lakewood since 2006, died July 5 following a five-year battle … more
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