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Heavy rain and snow melt have have led to high waters and fast currents at many of the bodies of water in the Denver metro area and throughout Colorado. In recent weeks, several people have lost their lives as a result of water accidents, … more
Dr. Richard Alan Steckel of Littleton died June 19 at the age of 72. He leaves behind his wife, Michele, a loving family and a legacy of photographs meant to help people around the world realize how we are all connected. A celebration of … more
The Denver Medical Examiner's Office has confirmed the body found June 28 in the South Platte River is that of 21-year-old Joseph Goodwin, who disappeared in the South Platte River while tubing June 20 in Sheridan. The examiner reports the body … more
In the early evening of June 12, Courtney Fry was making her bed when all of a sudden her world literally exploded. “I felt and heard an extremely loud explosion,” she said. “Glass breaking, floor moving, and I could see giant black clouds … more
It's not in your head. Driving to work in the Denver metro area can be a hassle, and people are taking slightly longer to get to their jobs than the national average commute time. People with jobs in Lakewood, Denver and Aurora who drive alone … more
Wearing a khaki visor labeled “The Honey Gal” and a giant smile, Debra Ann Rivera called out to the crowd as she squirted whipped caramel honey onto wooden sticks for visitors to try. “I've got Colorado honey!” Rivera calls herself the … more
Communities and agencies have joined forces to continue the tradition of the July 4 Family Fun and Fireworks celebration at Cornerstone and Belleview parks. “The event is pretty much the same as it has been in past years,” said Becky Motcham … more
Likely hoping that past controversies between the city of Littleton and Sterling Ranch are water under the bridge, Sterling Ranch is hoping Littleton will offer a temporary helping hand with wastewater treatment. “We've started down the road of … more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors recognized Jim Priddy, director of parks and open spaces, for his 42 years of service during its June 10 meeting. “Priddy is widely respected by his peers,” reads a statement … more
The High Line Canal now has an official protector, and her name is Harriet LaMair. “This is the big picture. This will be what will make the High Line Canal the legacy for our community in the future,” said LaMair, the executive director of … more
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