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County invites holiday gift sponsors Arapahoe County’s Adopt a Family Holiday Giving Program needs donations of new, wrapped gifts for residents … more
One person’s art is often another person’s expensive cleanup job. But, says one park ranger, “Most of the time it’s just nonsense.” Dan … more
Just 69 votes made the difference between taking a seat on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education and going back to the drawing board. … more
As the wind blew some of the last autumn leaves to the ground Nov. 11, St. Mary Catholic School remembered a fallen hero during a Veterans Day … more
City Manager Michael Penny says two new laws on Littleton’s books initiated by citizens and passed by voters Nov. 5 will have little practical … more
Ketring Park neighbors are celebrating news that Denver Water is filling the lake with water straight out of a nearby fire hydrant. “I say we all … more
The group working on a vision for the future of the Chatfield watershed has developed a draft plan and wants the public to weigh in. “The Chatfield … more
Cernanec hosts town hall Councilor Phil Cernanec’s next District 3 Town Hall is at 1 p.m. on Nov. 16 at the South Metro Denver Realtor Association … more
Most expected the Littleton Public Schools bond issue, 3B, to pass handily, which it did, but the larger mystery of who would replace three longtime … more
Littleton’s new city council will have just one new member but will be conducting more business out in the open, since voters passed the … more
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