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Fifty years is the big part of a lifetime. But a most vivid memory could pop up just about anywhere in a long, happy span. Rodger and Judy Voelker had just lived in Palmer Lake about six months … more
The 2015 Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund event will be held June 20 at Cornerstone Park. The event is a fundraiser that includes five- and 10-kilometer runs, a five-kilometer walk and a children's run and walk. All activities are held to raise … more
The patriotism flowed freely and thickly June 14 at the Littleton Elk's Lodge No. 1650 as the Englewood and Douglas County chapters joined in for a well-attended Flag Day ceremony overflowing with red, white and blue. “To be an Elk is to be an … more
Littleton City Councilmember Peggy Cole will once again defend her at-large seat on council, which she's held since 2007. “(I've had) positive feedback about my service as a city councilmember, particularly my doing due diligence on all matters … more
The random choice of one man's name led Janna Hoehn on a journey to find thousands more. Gregory John Crossman. He was born on Aug. 9, 1941, and lived in Sturgis, Mich. He was just 25 years old when he went missing on April 25, 1968, somewhere … more
Arapahoe Community College earned a $2.3 million workforce training grant to support its Health Information Technology program. Grant initiatives, designed to fill current educational gaps and effectively meet employer needs, will help connect … more
The City of Littleton has selected the Littleton Public Schools Foundation as the beneficiary of its annual golf tournament. Participants can put together a foursome and join a day of fun on the links on Aug. 28 at the Littleton Golf and Tennis … more
Music-lovers can don their best neon and rock out with That Eighties Band at the Little Jam, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 8 at Bega Park, as part of Western Welcome Week. Concert-goers will have the opportunity to dance the night away while enjoying … more
The heavy rain June 11 and 12 pushed the Big Dry Creek over its banks and filled the South Platte River from bank to bank, but no major damage was reported in Englewood or Littleton. "Englewood … more
In the 18 months since he took over Littleton Fire Rescue, Chief Chris Armstrong has implemented a number of changes and new programs. “I think we've made some tremendous strides in moving our department forward,” he told Littleton City … more
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