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Editor's Note: Doug Clark, former Littleton mayor, announced last week that he is running at-large. He will be featured in an upcoming article.) Littleton City Council member Jerry Valdes, elected to his first term representing District 2 in … more
The life sentence delivered by a divided jury to Aurora theater shooter James Holmes averts an uncertain path to execution in a state that has put only one person to death since 1967. But the murder of 12 theatergoers three years ago was so … more
She thought it was a mistake. “I really didn't know Karl,” said Suzanne Tyler, who was a special-education teacher at Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13, 2013. But police told her that Karl Pierson had deliberately written her room number on … more
Jim Stephens is now the third candidate for two seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education, so the Nov. 3 election is a go. “It was always my intention to jump in, and I believe I am well qualified to serve this community as a … more
One of Woodlawn Shopping Center's original tenants, Robert Van Bebber, died Aug. 1 at age 84, with his family at his side. His Van B's men's store was an important cog in the early Woodlawn and later, with the Mac Killip family — which owned … more
On Aug. 10, Project CURE and DynamicBuna will host more than 100 adults and children to pack medical supplies for Nepal in an event called “Aftershock: Rebuilding Nepal.” Three earthquake survivors, members of the Nepalese community in … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman recently presented Hunter Bacon of Centennial with a 2015 Congressional Bronze medal. The award recognizes voluntary public service, personal development, physical fitness and exploration. Hunter, a student at Heritage High … more
The custom of blessing animals developed in remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi's love for animals. The Littleton United Methodist Church will follow the tradition with a “Blessing of the Animals” worship service at 3 p.m. on Aug. 16 in the … more
Littleton City Council agreed to place five questions on the November ballot that ask voters to approve some changes to the city's charter, and will look at five more during its Aug. 18 meeting. Though it's been amended over the years, the … more
If C-470’s planned improvements aren’t on your radar, the Colorado Department of Transportation has published an assessment of the future project, made available at various libraries in the South Metro area. The projects are intended to help … more
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