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Mountain Vista High School students arrived on campus Jan. 19 to learn that science teacher and boys lacrosse coach Jake Herman had died. No details of his passing were available from Mountain … more
If you like candy, you’ll love Lolli and Pops, a vintage candy store. If you’re an active young girl, Ivivva may become your favorite shopping destination. And if you’re in the mood for a good burger or some Mexican fare, then the Park … more
For Whitney and Justin Henwood and their six children, volunteering became a family affair when they relocated from Parker to Haiti to help a community recover from a devastating earthquake. A Castle Rock family discovered that working for an … more
Wendy Aiello first met Penny Parker when Parker was working at the Rocky Mountain News covering retail, tourism, restaurants and advertising. They became fast friends. “She was smart and funny,” said Aiello, a public relations executive in … more
Two people are dead after an apparent murder-suicide in an apartment a block north of Littleton High School the afternoon of Jan. 6. Littleton Fire Rescue responded to the call not far from the … more
With 12 candidates vying for five seats after a successful recall signature drive, this year's Jefferson County school board race is considered a very important election, determining the political direction of the state's second biggest school district. more
Representatives of three organizations joined forces at the Rocky Mountain Roller Hockey arena in Lakewood Aug. 22 and, in about four hours, packaged ingredients for thousands of meals that will be sent to an orphanage for special needs children in … more
The glass storefront will be filled with crisp white décor and designer lighting. Heavenly smells will radiate throughout the rooms. “My strategy is to put everything in the business that women love,” said Loni Le Van-Etter, owner of … more
Littleton City Council just said no to nicotine on Nov. 3, narrowly passing restrictions on smoking downtown. “I just don't see a place for smokers on Main Street,” said Councilmember Debbie Brinkman before joining Mayor Phil Cernanec and … more
James Jordan sweats as he trudges through the brush, up the steep slope toward the top of a rocky plateau. The bleached, fall sun has warmed the chilly morning, and Jordan has already shed one layer. The hillside is neither as steep nor as high as … more
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