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Following a mountain biking accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down, Chris Chappell was told he would have to drive a minivan for the rest of his life. The vehicle would provide room for his wheelchair. Instead, Chappell — a car … more
Herbert Merrill began serving in the U.S. Army in 1964, leading resupply missions with the 62nd Transportation Company in Longh Binh, Vietnam. His job was to make sure troops had the supplies they needed to return to battle. Now, he works to … more
As Gian Pieroni and Pablo Espadero made plans to open an herbal shop in Littleton recently, it briefly looked as if they would not be able to sell one of their main products. That’s because the Drug Enforcement Administration announced plans to … more
For years while working retail, Barbara Penning would find herself in a new city during the holidays. “When that happened, I’d try to think of ways I could celebrate the season differently,” she remembered. “I’d do things like go to a … more
The Lee Gulch Overlook is the latest of several Littleton parks, trails or open spaces to receive a facelift, and the city, South Suburban Parks and Recreation District and Arapahoe County Open Spaces celebrated its improvements on Nov. 2. The … more
Many national chain restaurants and stores offer deals to veterans every Nov. 11, but a couple of local businesses are getting in on it as well. Dental work This is the second year Southbridge Dentistry, 7889 South Lincoln Court, Littleton, … more
The focus was on former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at a Morgan Carroll campaign rally in Highlands Ranch the night of Nov. 5. Three days before the general election, Sanders implored the crowd to not only vote for Carroll — who is … more
Littleton City Council met on Nov. 1, adopting the budget for next year, passing several first reading ordinances and discussing problems with speeding vehicles near Heritage High School. 2017 budget and mill levy adopted Council passed the … more
It's been almost a month since Hurricane Matthew struck the southeastern coastline of the United States, killing 43 people in Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia. Recovery efforts in the region are largely completed, and already national … more
With the help of a $1 million Great Outdoors Colorado grant, South Suburban Parks and Recreation District will extend the east bank segment of the Mary Carter Greenway Trail north to River Run Park. The east bank of the trail currently ends south … more
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