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The Littleton City Council held off on appointing Public Works Director Mark Relph as the interim city manager at the July 5 meeting, the first regular meeting since Michael Penny was fired on June 14. City staff will draft an employment contract … more
Colorado Community Media runs this feature the first week of each month. To send news about a business opening or a business person's special achievement, go to to prlink.coloradocommunitymedia.com, … more
All afternoon, a steady parade of people came to claim space in Cornerstone and Belleview parks for the annual July 4 Family Fun and Fireworks event. Families and couples set up tents and canopies, and open spaces quickly became occupied with the … more
About two years ago, Harold and Diane Smethills and about 20 congregants from Valley View Christian Church walked up a grassy hill in the rolling landscape near Roxborough in northwest Douglas County. They joined hands and began to pray. For the land. For the well-being of neighboring communities — Roxborough, Littleton, Highlands Ranch. For the residents of Sterling Ranch, the community that would rise from the land around … more
The beep-beep of back-up alarms and the crash of a steel power shovel bucket on rocks fill the air as crews continue to radically change the South Platte River north of Oxford Avenue. Dorothy Hargrove, Englewood's director of library, parks and … more
How to develop the area surrounding the Mineral light rail station in Littleton is a question the city is hoping a consulting firm can help answer. Since starting work on the project in February, Progressive Urban Management Associates has been … more
Darryl Glenn, an El Paso County commissioner from deeply conservative Colorado Springs, rode endorsements from Sen. Ted Cruz and other big names on the right to win Colorado’s Republican Senate primary and face a well-funded Democratic Sen. … more
The Littleton City Council had its first discussion of the process for finding a replacement for fired City Manager Michael Penny at a study session on June 28. Human resources director Erich Won Savage told the council that after a two- to … more
Arapahoe Community College will host an astronomy star party at the Littleton campus on July 13. Star parties are free and open to the public, and ACC provides telescopes and complimentary hot cocoa and cookies. The July 13 party will begin at … more
The Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative has awarded more than $850,000 to the Arapahoe Community College Foundation to fund scholarships for students in the area. A grant of $741,633 was awarded for Arapahoe County students, with $112,491 … more
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