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The Aging Well Resource Center at Bemis Public Library has new hours beginning Sept. 1. The new hours will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The center provides resources and referral information for caregiving and in-home assistance, … more
Yappy Hour, formerly Puppy Paddle, returns to Holly Pool this month. The end-of-season swim for dogs will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 10 at the pool, 6651 S. Krameira Way, Centennial. While the dogs swim, adults can have their own happy … more
Despite revisions to the plan, Columbine Valley residents are continuing to oppose a plan to build 105 homes on a piece of farmland in the town. The 105-acre property, known as both the Tuck Property and Wild Plum Farm, has been under contract to … more
After holding classes in a temporary space for a year, Damon Runyon Elementary School in Littleton was ready for the first day of school on Aug. 18. “Everyone is excited about being in a school that is ready for 21st-century learners,” … more
Littleton's 88th Western Welcome Week concluded with the Grand Parade, with thousands of people lining Littleton Boulevard and Main Street to watch. The Aug. 20 parade had about 120 entries, coming from as far away as Pueblo. They included high … more
Louise Donner has a secret for longevity. “Take up a sport and play all you can,” she says. Donner, or Mimi, as her neighbors call her, was joined on her 105th birthday on Aug. 19 by dozens of neighbors, who stood in the rain in her … more
A universal health care proposal headed to Colorado ballots this fall has exposed some painful rifts among the state’s liberals. The tension boiled over last week when the left-leaning activist group ProgressNow Colorado held a news conference … more
At 9:33 a.m., the incident response team at Littleton Adventist Hospital got the word: seven patients were en route from Denver International Airport. Less than 15 minutes later, a Colorado Army National Guard UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter touched … more
Parents of budding gymnasts can tell you the biggest investment they and their children make is time: Children in gymnastics programs can spend anywhere from an hour per week for children in recreational programs to 18 hours for those on the Junior … more
Starting in September, South Suburban Parks and Recreation District will offer new classes focused on improving quality of life for those suffering from Parkinson's disease or neurological conditions. The class, Parkinson's Foundations, uses … more
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