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When Adyson Meyer first picked up a Pokémon game two years ago, she never predicted she would compete in the 2016 Pokémon U.S. National Championships. The 9-year-old from Arvada wanted to play the game because her brothers made it look so fun. … more
The Littleton City Council appointed Public Works Director Mark Relph as acting city manager July 19 and authorized a request for proposals from executive search firms to find a permanent manager. Relph was the only senior city staff member to … more
The boyfriend of a woman whose disappearance is being investigated by the Littleton Police Department will face a preliminary hearing in September for the alleged sexual assault of a separate … more
The hum of the scroll saw filled the shop as Bob Webb focused on creating another of his wooden works of art. On this day, he worked on a wooden cross. His skilled hands guided the saw blade as he followed the intricate pattern cutting away small … more
The South Metro Medical Equipment Loan Closet, a new nonprofit organization with a mission to distribute durable medical supplies on a short-term basis, is now accepting donations. Equipment needed includes walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, canes, … more
More than 50 students from Littleton Public Schools traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, last month for the National Technology Student Association, joining about 7,500 students from across the U.S., Germany and Turkey. Euclid Middle School students … more
Arapahoe Community College has announced that HealthONE and Swedish Medical Center have donated more than 10,000 hours of annual clinical placement for EMT and paramedic students at the college. Beginning next spring, the ACC EMS Academy will … more
For the fifth year, the parking lot of Reinke Bros. Halloween and Costume Superstore in downtown Littleton was transformed into hillbilly heaven for the Turkey Leg and Wine Hoedown on July 15 and 16. Smokin Fins provided the turkey legs, with a … more
As Littleton city staffers work to update building regulations in the community business district zone, some property owners are upset that that a 90-day moratorium on new land uses following the approval of a controversial development in the area … more
The Tri-County Health Department says an infant infected with measles may have recently exposed people to the virus at various locations in the South Metro area. Anyone who has been in proximity with the baby has been contacted, and Executive … more
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