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Families will be happy to know that Littleton Public Schools plans to continue letting kids have the full week of Thanksgiving off for the next two … more
Law enforcement career day set Arapahoe Community College will host a Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Career Day on Oct. 23, from 9 a.m. to … more
The federal government shutdown derailed a federal job fair at Arapahoe Community College Oct. 8. It was billed as “Call to Serve: Change the … more
We’d like to assure the attendees of the Pumpkin Follies and Goat Show Oct. 11 that it was not just some bizarre dream, it really happened. There … more
The grassroots political party envisioned by John Brackney and Brian Vogt is edging toward becoming more visible. “I’m ready for something to … more
With the Willowcroft controversy still swirling through the Town of Columbine Valley, Mayor Gale Christy wants residents to separate that issue from … more
It’s not every day you see a guy in boxers and a cowboy hat with a ram’s horn slung over his shoulder playing the trumpet on the median in front … more
If you’re alive in the city of Littleton, chances are good that Dr. Alan Bortz has had something to do with keeping you that way. “I feel like … more
Supporters of Citizens for Rational Development, which officially registered as an issues committee this year, have been beating the streets to get … more
Colorado Community Media asked the five candidates running for three open seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education a series of … more
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