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Are you an Arapahoe Community College alum? Do you know someone who is? ACC alumni continue to move mountains in their communities, and the alumni association wants to share their good news. Benefits of joining the ACC Alumni Association include … more
Former Arapahoe High School student Cole Wesselman was recently accepted as a member of the President's Leadership Class at Iowa State University. Wesselman was one of only 30 first-year students at ISU to be accepted into this class. Taught by … more
In the end, Littleton's great sidewalk debate turned out to be much ado about pretty much nothing. "Thank you for working with the merchants and coming to a compromise position we can all live … more
Littleton City Council gave riled-up downtown merchants and smokers a little extra breathing room on Sept. 1, delaying a vote on the proposed smoking ban until Nov. 3. "As these things evolve, you … more
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office reported a bear sighting near Otero Circle and University Boulevard in Centennial at about 3 a.m. Sept. 2 It was last seen at Abbott Park at 6:20 a.m. and an … more
Park Meadows mall celebrated its 20th anniversary with a free pancake breakfast in the food court Aug. 28. Flapjacks, coffee and juice were given out for those who attended. Douglas County Commissioners Dave Weaver and Roger Partridge were on hand … more
Douglas County commissioners have approved a mixed-use development that a Shea Properties executive calls the last piece of the jigsaw puzzle in Highlands Ranch. Central Park will be built on nearly 100 acres east of Lucent Boulevard and south of … more
The annual household hazardous materials roundup offers Englewood, Littleton and Sheridan residents the opportunity to recycle items like oil-based paint and lawn chemicals, as well as office equipment like computers and printers for a small … more
A $1.7 million road construction project proposed in Douglas County would provide new access to a planned housing development, a future light rail station and undeveloped property belonging to Englewood. “The four-lane road that will be called … more
Goodson Recreation Center in Centennial welcomed two new sculptures to its grounds on Aug. 26. “We're very pleased to be able to display the art on loan,” said John Ostermiller, chairman of the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board of … more
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