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Thirteen Littleton Public Schools seniors have recently been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program: Pierceson Brown, Daniel Sabey, Clairissa Hansen, Nicholas Sabo, Megan Moore, Zachary Wannders, Sara Wilky, Joe Redman and John … more
A generous donation has been given to the Twain Elementary library in memory of Julie Carlson, who was a classroom teacher at Twain. She also served as a literacy specialist, instructional coach and coordinator of instruction for Littleton Public … more
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) is accepting internship applications from undergraduate students, recent graduates, and graduate students for his Washington, D.C., and Colorado offices. Internships are available on either a full-time or part-time … more
South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s Public Art Committee is accepting applications. The committee recommends selection, placement and installation of art in public parks, along trails and in recreation facilities and oversees the … more
Bicycle bandit beware — all of Littleton is on the lookout. “We just about cried,” said a bereft Nikki Carpenter on March 9. “It’s a part of our family, and a big part of who Details is, for sure.” Carpenter’s family has owned … more
Four people are challenging the three incumbents in the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board of Directors election, to be held May 6. Michael Anderson, Pam Eller and John Ostermiller will try to ward off Sally Daigle, Travis Nicks, John … more
Littleton City Council on March 4 approved a resolution officially renaming West Briarwood Avenue west of Santa Fe Drive to Brewery Lane in anticipation of Breckenridge Brewery opening there this fall. “I believe there is building excitement … more
The quaint red Depot Art Gallery in Littleton was bursting at the seams on Feb. 28. Students, parents, teachers, grandparents, artists, school board members and other community members showed up to celebrate the opening reception of “First … more
While the South Platte Working Group has been busy overseeing active projects along the river, it's also been conducting an intensive study of what else it would like to see happen. A major goal of the SPWG was to: “Embrace many types of … more
Hey Littleton — you're good enough, you're smart enough and doggone it, people like you. Movoto, a real-estate research site, recently declared Littleton the sixth-friendliest small city in the nation. “At 43,775 people, Littleton is the … more
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