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When Scot Harris, event director of the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival, planned the first race roughly 30 years ago, he wasn’t expecting a big turnout. Then, 1,200 people came. This year, organizers expect 6,000 participants on June … more
Foster Elementary School students witnessed history on May 18, as Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed HB17-1201, Science Technology Engineering Math Diploma Endorsement, into law. The governor also did a mock signing of SB17-123, Seal of … more
While they camped out waiting for the area's newest Chick-fil-A franchise to open at Aspen Grove shopping center in Littleton, fans of the fast food chicken chain helped nonprofit organization Feeding Children Everywhere pack meals for Food Bank of … more
State lawmakers were counting their wins and losses in the days after the conclusion of the legislative session. Colorado Community Media talked to a couple of high-ranking state representatives, a Democrat and a Republican, for perspective on … more
Two civilian initiatives are coming to Colorado to help veterans and their families deal with traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress and other problems, the University of Colorado said. The recently announced five-year, $38 million gift … more
Fantle was involved in swimming, the student council and political committee. She will attend the University of Wyoming, where she plans to study engineering and join the Air Force ROTC … more
McClurg was on the Honor Roll, a National Honor Society member, student government representative and Life 101 leader. He also played football and basketball. He has committed to play football … more
Miserlian has been a member of the Warrior marching band, winter percussion ensemble, and student council. She also participated in cross country, track and pit orchestra. She will attend … more
After nearly a year, Littleton's search for a city manager is over. Mark Relph, who has been filling the role on an interim basis since July, began serving as the permanent manager on May 17, following a 6-1 vote of the city council the night … more
Plans for the recreational use of the Rueter-Hess Reservoir are beginning to take shape, but packing up the family for a day of fun at the beach is still a long way off. On May 1, Parker Town Council unanimously approved an intergovernmental … more
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