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Joy Johnson, who has lived in Castle Rock for five years, expressed dismay when asked what a Donald Trump presidency means to her. “Not a very positive one, being African American,” she said Nov. 10, two days after the general … more
Laurie Bendell attended the recent debate at a Littleton Church over Amendment 69, hoping to learn more about the citizen initiative that would amend the state Constitution to establish a universal health care system called ColoradoCare. She has … more
As Gian Pieroni and Pablo Espadero made plans to open an herbal shop in Littleton recently, it briefly looked as if they would not be able to sell one of their main products. That’s because the Drug Enforcement Administration announced plans to … more
A unification of Littleton Fire Rescue, South Metro Fire Rescue and the Cunningham Fire Protection District could help cut costs and improve service time, the chiefs of the three departments told Littleton City Council at a study session Jan. … more
The bodies of a missing Highlands Ranch mother and her two sons were found in a van in Lone Tree this morning, authorities have confirmed. more
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Following a mountain biking accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down, Chris Chappell was told he would have to drive a minivan for the rest of his life. The vehicle would provide room for his wheelchair. Instead, Chappell — a car … more
Small business owner Janelle Sullivan believes Colorado’s minimum wage should be raised but says a proposed increase on this year’s ballot goes too far. “It’s too much, too fast,” said Sullivan, who has owned Hot Pots Studio on Main … more
Thousands of women will gather at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver and march in solidarity Jan. 21. “We need to focus on how to collaborate and be collective in going forward,” said Jessica Rogers, one of the three women who organized the … more
In late November, the Colorado Department of Education notified the planned charter school in Englewood, TriCity Academy, that it had received a $196,500 start-up grant. “We are very excited to receive this grant. It will help us move forward … more
Despite revisions to the plan, Columbine Valley residents are continuing to oppose a plan to build 105 homes on a piece of farmland in the town. The 105-acre property, known as both the Tuck Property and Wild Plum Farm, has been under contract to … more
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