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A construction defects reform bill that lawmakers had high hopes for is likely headed for defeat in the state House of Representatives after being assigned to the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on March 14. Senate Bill 156, … more
From March 10-12, the National Western Stock Show Complex in Denver hosted more than 150 events for thousands of horses and horse lovers alike during the 2017 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Throughout the weekend, nine arenas and event spaces … more
A Castle Rock man has been arrested and named in an indictment that alleges he was a leader of a large-scale marijuana-trafficking ring that transported pot illegally grown at multiple locations on … more
Staff from the Keystone Policy Center came away from the first meeting on the best way to increase blended learning opportunities — using a digital component for some or all of the instruction — with good and bad news. The good news — there … more
When elementary school student Cullen Murphy asked his mom, “What do I do if a bad guy comes to my school with a gun,” his mother wanted to make sure he received the best answer. On March 9, Cullen’s mother let him skip school in the … more
Littleton City Council will interview candidates for the open city attorney position at the end of this month. Former City Attorney Kristin Schledorn resigned in October after two years and returned to private practice. The council selected … more
A Littleton Eagle Scout became the first in the Denver area to be awarded a prestigious scouting medal on March 6. Cole Hancock, a Heritage High School senior, received the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal, named for the renowned conservationist … more
While being led out of an Arapahoe County courtroom in handcuffs, Taden Jones looked back at his mother, whose hand he had held before entering the courtroom. Both had tears in their eyes. Nearly a year after killing two women in a car crash in … more
The Littleton City Council unanimously approved a list of appointees to the city’s various boards, authorities and commissions on March 7. The appointees include: Littleton Invests for Tomorrow: • Nicholas Millar Millar is an energy … more
With population expected to continue to grow in the south metro area, Littleton Public Schools is starting to plan for the future. The district is putting together a long-range planning committee that will be charged with reviewing facilities, … more
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