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Jordan Stubbings learned last year that he needed to work harder, so he spent a lot of time in the barn at his Elizabeth home. Stubbings, a junior at Legend, hit .230 as a sophomore baseball player. “Last year was first year on varsity, I … more
Emily Sloan reached her goals this season in an impressive way. The Rock Canyon sophomore won her second consecutive individual title in the 100-meter hurdles and also captured the 300-meter hurdles championship at the Class 5A State Track Meet, … more
Mike Straka has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and calls himself a “trained scientist.” But his career path changed when he became chair of the Colorado Aviation Business Association about five years ago. “When you're flying,” said Straka, who's … more
When at-large Littleton City Councilmember Doug Clark introduced a motion to fire Michael Penny at a special council meeting, he said it was due to incompetence and a lack of transparency on the city manager's part. But others believe it is part of … more
An April fire that led to the displacement of more than 130 seniors at a Littleton apartment building was accidental, Littleton Fire Rescue has determined. The fire started in the area of the dishwasher in the kitchen of a fourth-floor unit of … more
Kristen Lowden bought her 1968 Volkswagen Microbus in California, where she’s originally from. She and her husband moved to Highlands Ranch from Oregon about four years ago, and she still has her baby-blue bus. “It’s lived many places over … more
A pair of longtime downtown Littleton properties that have sat empty are under development. The former sites of Valley Feed and Lawn and Jose's restaurant will be mixed-use developments, with Valley Feed and Lawn, at 2676 W. Main St., giving way … more
Wayne Connell knew his wife, Sherri, was ill, but nobody else could tell. “We would park in disabled parking and people would yell at us for parking there,” Connell says. “We'd have people follow us all the way into the store, then my wife … more
Spectators lined the sidewalk to watch the Fire Truck Muster Parade that rolled down Main Street in Littleton with red lights flashing and sirens wailing. The Littleton Fire Department's 1914 truck led the June 11 parade of antique and … more
In a conference room in the basement of Bemis Public Library, a group of hopeful people spend their Tuesday mornings preparing for the moment that will determine whether they become United States citizens. “I want to have a voice,” said Ruth … more
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