Keyword: David Gilbert
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The Littleton Museum is living history with an emphasis on “living.” You won’t find any velvet ropes here — instead you’ll find dedicated re-enactors engaged in real 19 century lifeways. The blacksmiths pound out nails, farmers milk cows … more
Information-sharing by law enforcement is about to improve across Arapahoe County, as part of an agreement approved last week by county commissioners. The agreement establishes a goal of replacing the many computer-aided dispatch, or CAD, systems … more
As Yogi Berra once said, “nobody goes there anymore — it’s too crowded!” Littleton may be up against a similar dilemma, as the influx of people and skyrocketing housing prices in the Front Range increasingly squeeze renters and first-time … more
BMWs may outnumber tractors in Arapahoe County these days, but you wouldn’t know it at the Arapahoe County Fair, returning for its 111th season on July 27-30 at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds east of C-470 on Quincy Avenue. “It’s a pretty … more
Traffic congestion and Santa Fe Drive go together like jam and bread, and Littleton city officials are embarking on an effort to address the problem. Littleton officials and their counterparts in Englewood and Sheridan met recently with … more
Two armed confrontations. An officer hit with an allegedly stolen car. Two officer-involved shootings. A suspect dead and two more on the loose. An officer missing overseas. The end of June was eventful for Littleton police. “It's been … more
Joanne Littau seems to float as she works, blending strawberries and rhubarb with pectin and lemon juice with the deftness and grace of an orchestra conductor. Ceramic pigs peer down at pots of jam bubbling like cauldrons on the stove of her little … more
The beer was cold, the pavement was hot and the bands were on fire at the 27th annual Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny in Littleton on July 8. Some gathered in the shade of beer tents and brewery buildings to get out of the sun, but most braved the … more
It sure beats a traffic jam. Commuters on bicycles flew along the Mary Carter Greenway Trail along the South Platte River for Bike to Work Day on June 28. At Reynold's Landing, the Breckenridge Brewery philanthropy committee hosted one of … more
Units are selling as fast as they're put up for sale at Platte 56, the new 56-unit townhome development along the west bank of the South Platte River, north of Belleview - even though the first units … more
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