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Arapahoe County Commissioner Nancy A. Doty has been named chair of the Board of County Commissioners for 2014. Commissioner Bill Holen will serve as chair pro tem and Commissioner Nancy Jackson will serve as finance officer. Each year, the … more
Littleton City Council on Jan. 14 declined to consider whether to allow the city's medical-marijuana industry to grow — literally and figuratively. The owners of Mother Nature's Miracle on Littleton Boulevard would like to be able to grow their … more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education met on Jan. 16 in its first regular meeting since the Dec. 13 tragedy at Arapahoe High School, publicly addressing the incident for the first time. “The Claire Davis family, to me, is an … more
While it's unusual for primary schools to employ coaches, the ones at Field Elementary School are there for the teachers, not the kids. “Everyone at Field is a learner,” Principal Maria Banta told the Littleton Public Schools Board of … more
National statistics show most Americans now live within 10 miles of a brewery. For those residing along the C-470 corridor, the drive is soon to get a lot shorter than that. Four new microbreweries will open in south suburban Denver during the … more
A look at breweries coming soon to the south metro area. (More breweries are planned. Listed here are those that have sites and are nearing completion.) Three Freaks Brewery Location: 7140 E. County Line Road, Highlands Ranch (near C-470 and … more
Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson wasted no time reacting to accusations leveled on Facebook by a former security guard at Arapahoe High School that school officials could have done more to … more
Jeffco Schools board of education denied the hiring of Executive Employee Relations candidate Nicole Tuescher by a 3-2 vote at the Tuesday, Jan. 16, meeting. President Ken Witt, First Vice … more
Republican state lawmakers' first effort this legislative session to undo key Democratic accomplishments from last year failed on Jan. 15. A Democrat-led Senate committee killed a measure that … more
As a teenager, Chris Armstrong was so sure about what he wanted to do for the rest of his life that he traded in his senior year of high school for the fire academy and was working by the time his classmates graduated. “My stepdad was a … more
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