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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
Forty-six arts organizations will receive Scientific and Cultural Facilities grants following Oct. 27 action by the Douglas County commissioners. The tax-funded grants awarded by the commissioners total $596,986.34. The SCFD is a special tax … more
Veronica Garcia was talking a million miles per minute — explaining that her patient needed her and she had to go. As a doula at the St. Anthony North Health Campus, Garcia provides emotional, physical and informational support to women in labor. … 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
Valor Christian has opened the doors on a 94,000-square-foot arts venue that is the first of its kind at the high school level in Colorado. The building took seven years to complete and cost more than $34 million. “The reason we are … more
Three challengers for Littleton City Council — Doug Clark, Carol Brzeczek and Brenda Stokes — last week pounced on rumors that a Walmart is slated to be built on the Ensor property, 111 acres on the southwest corner of Mineral Avenue and Santa … more
Nobody really likes election season, right? The idea behind it is one thing: Nobility and inspiration in the notion of citizens having a voice in their government and, if necessary, changing it peacefully. But the multi-year trial that … more
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office is investigating the Oct. 22 death of inmate James Proctor, 28, the third inmate to die in the county jail this month. During an inmate count at about 5:30 a.m., deputies approached the cell where Proctor and … more
But the festivities, which traditionally occur on Nov. 1 and 2, aren’t about celebrating corpses. Rather, they are joyful observances of life that honor one’s ancestors. “Many religions honor their ancestors in different ways,” said … more
A yellow 1942 Boeing Stearman biplane with an open cockpit flew over Centennial Airport — a rusted B-25H Barbie III was parked on the runway below. The parade of classic planes drew a crowd for the opening celebration of a new flight … more
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