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More than 60 percent of Alzheimer’s patients will wander or become lost. Half of wanderings lead to injury if the individual is not found within 24 hours. Seven out of 10 people with Alzheimer’s live at home. Those statistics come from … more
With Western Welcome Week right around the corner, it was opportune that Maya DeBus was in town last week to talk about her grandfather, who was a cofounder of the event and has a name synonymous with all things Littleton: Ed Bemis. “It … more
Littleton had the most perfect place in the 38 state to celebrate its 138 birthday: 38 State Brewing Company. “It was like the gods were smiling on us,” said Brett Blazek, an owner at the brewery. Not only was it the new brewery's first … more
Voters will not be weighing in on hydraulic fracturing this November after all. Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis announced an 11th hour deal on Aug. 4 to create a special task force to address issues surrounding fracking - the very day that signatures to put fracking on the November ballot were due for submission to the Secretary of State's Office. more
Facing a humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border, Congress responded last week with go-nowhere legislation that left the issue unresolved as members headed home for the summer recess. And — proving just how dicey immigration politics … more
Congress last week passed a bill aimed at reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency that has been the subject of intense scrutiny over a number of departmental failures. The $16 billion legislation would provide money for new VA … more
Colorado congressional Republicans insist that last week's vote to sue President Obama was a necessary response to “overreach” on the part of his administration. But their Democratic counterparts slammed Republicans for taking time just … more
Littleton Police Chief Doug Stephens says crime throughout the city has declined since he took over last year, including in the troubled northeast neighborhood. “We spent a lot of time focusing on that,” Stephens said during the July 29 city … more
Councilmember Debbie Brinkman has scrapped the idea of getting the City of Littleton into the trash business for now — but she still wants to look at possibly contracting with just one or two companies to handle residential service throughout the … more
Settlement checks have been mailed to residents who were impacted by the Lower North Fork Fire — two years after 22 homes were destroyed during a state-prescribed burn gone bad. Bipartisan legislation that passed the General Assembly this year … more
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