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Four Littleton Public Schools seniors were named National Merit Semifinalists, having scored in the top range of the PSAT: Andrew Dallakoti, Heritage High School; Otto Lucas, Heritage High School; Atlee Witt, Arapahoe High School; Zachary Woosley, … more
Join the Highlands Ranch Concert Band for its annual tribute to the men and women of the armed forces on Nov. 7, 7 p.m. at South Suburban Christian Church, 7275 S. Broadway, Littleton. The free concert will feature a flag presentation by the Color … more
Rachel Gutierrez’s reason for enrolling her 3-year-old daughter in a dual-language program where she splits her day between Spanish and English was simple: “I wish I had learned a second language, and I figure this is a way we can give our … more
Stories connect with people. They provide humanity and empathy in situations that would normally be easier for many to ignore. That’s why, during the Lakewood stop on One Colorado’s new statewide tour, executive director Dave Montez opened … more
With Colorado ranking 14th in the country for how many STEM jobs it will need to fill, business leaders are worrying about where they will find enough recruits. “In Colorado, if we don't increase the number of STEM graduates, businesses will be … more
Sandra Blythe-Perry grew up in Paterson, New Jersey, years after it was known as “Silk City” for its abundance of textile plants. She grew up after the city's glory days, as manufacturing declined and “white flight” saw a rush to the … more
Breckenridge Brewery will welcome a new neighbor if Littleton City Council agrees with the Oct. 27 recommendation by the planning board to approve Angelo's Taverna, an Italian restaurant and winery. “Everything I've ever worked for in my entire … more
James Jordan sweats as he trudges through the brush, up the steep slope toward the top of a rocky plateau. The bleached, fall sun has warmed the chilly morning, and Jordan has already shed one layer. The hillside is neither as steep nor as high as … more
The seniors each pick up a chair and set of hand weights before they find their spots in the gym of the Lone Tree Recreation Center. They huddle in groups, chatting and stretching — some making plans for lunch after the class. For older … more
While many vision problems are easily detected and treated, experts say it isn’t that way with hearing loss. “I knew it was getting hard to hear people talking, particularly in a crowd, but I just figured it was because I was getting … more
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