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Fortunately for Jim Rees, executive director of Littleton's urban-renewal authority, the results of the March 3 special election do not mean he's out of a job. “We've been moving forward, working on the plans we have, and we'll see if we can … more
About a dozen Sheridan officials and residents had lunch with Congresswoman Diana DeGette, D-Denver, on March 10. DeGette regularly visits suburban communities she represents, and this is the first time in a few years she has visited … more
Globus, an international travel company with headquartered in Littleton launched “Hunger on the Move” in January. Globus team members were asked to turn calories burned into nutritional calories for malnourished babies. For every 15,000 calories … more
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association named Powell Middle School's “The Prowl 2014” a Middle School Yearbook Crown Finalist. It was also awarded a Gold Medalist critique from CSPA. Arapahoe High School's “The Calumet 2014” yearbook and … more
On March 3, Littleton City Council appointed the following citizens to its boards, authorities and commissions: Board of Adjustment — Jonathan Spencer, Donald Genna and Jack Rychecky Building Board of Appeals — Randy Houchen and Ann Marie … more
Natasha Liggett of Heritage High School is one of just 501 Questbridge 2014 National College Match Scholarship recipients. She was awarded a full scholarship to Princeton University, where she plans to pursue a career in astrophysics. The program … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation invites kids ages 12 to 15 to experience volunteerism and attain community service hours through the district's VolunTeen Program. Teens can gain volunteer experience and important job skills over the summer while … more
Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane added an hour to the time passport services are available, now 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The new hours coincide with the office hours for Motor Vehicle, Elections and Recording services at … more
The Littleton Fire Department will conduct small, controlled burns at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield in Littleton periodically through April 10, and smoke may be visible from surrounding neighborhoods. Sections of the restored prairie and … more
Arapahoe Community College will host a Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Career Day on April 1, 9 to 11 a.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room. Law-enforcement agencies throughout Colorado will be on hand to answer questions and distribute applications. … more
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