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Littleton City Council has narrowed the search for a new city manager to six choices. And while council agreed to move forward with interviewing the six finalists, several members said at a … more
Buying things online could get pricier following the U.S. Supreme Court's rejection of a case, a decision that could ultimately lead to states collecting billions of dollars in sales taxes lost to increasingly popular internet retailers. The … more
The Justice Department is considering whether to investigate allegations that Department of Veterans Affairs executives lied to Congress to conceal massive cost overruns at a $1.7 billion VA hospital under construction in Aurora. The FBI's … more
Chubby babies and toddlers at risk for later obesity are on the decline in a government food program serving millions of kids, a glimmer of good news in the nation's fight to slim down. The trend was found in a study on children up to age 3 … more
Having a vision is important for a satisfying and fulfilling life. With a vision you have purpose, energy and something to focus on when you have a down day. You’re moving toward it because you … more
Carrie Warren-Gully, vice president of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Directors, has taken over as president of the Colorado Association of School Boards. Warren-Gully assumed her new role on Dec. 11 at the CASB annual conference. She will … more
Shepherd of the Hills Christian School in Centennial was closed Dec. 14 due to an outbreak of suspected norovirus affecting students and teachers. Principal Lisa Jennings said that about 20 … more
This holiday season, Arapahoe County Judicial Services is taking advantage of the crafting skills of offenders performing community service. The Toyland program, which has been in place since 1992, gives offenders an opportunity to receive credit … more
With temperatures dipping below zero recently, homeowners may be looking for ways to decrease their energy bills. Colorado State University Extension and Xcel Energy held a workshop at Littleton’s Bemis Library on Dec. 7 to pass along tips and … more
Lorry Lutz, a Wind Crest resident, has written 11 books over the past 35 years. Her most recent novel, “Daughters of Deliverance,” was published Dec. 1. She spent about 10 years researching and crafting the fictional story about a … more
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