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Flashing red lights lit up the area and the sound of sirens echoed off the Littleton buildings June 17, announcing the arrival of the annual Parade and Fire Muster, marking the start of the 30th year for the event sponsored by Mile High Hook and … more
On May 29, Memorial Day ceremonies were held in the area to honor the more than one million men and women who died serving their country. The events included speeches, 21-gun salutes and the playing … more
Cherry Creek again took home the Class 5A state girls tennis title as the Bruins reclaimed the trophy on May 13, the final day of the three-day tournament played at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver. The Bruins had won 19 consecutive … more
The 27-seeded Heritage Eagles entered the second-round game of the Class 5A state girls soccer tournament on May 12 looking to keep up the string of defeating higher-seeded teams as they faced 11-seeded Legacy in a game played in North Stadium in … more
Lauren Thomas of Heritage won the state championship at No. 3 singles at the May 11-13 Class 5A state girls tennis tournament at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver. Heritage also was honored with this year's girls tennis sportsmanship … more
The May 5 Littleton-Golden league baseball contest provided a lot of excitement for fans of both teams. The teams collected a total of 30 hits and scored 21 runs during the see-saw battle that included four lead changes and a tie. The Lions took the … more
Englewood ignored the light rain and cool temperatures April 22 as the Pirates turned up the heat on their home field by quickly pressing the attack, scoring early and often to chalk up a 12-6 non-league boys lacrosse win over Montrose. “We put … more
The April 15 Littleton-Standley Lake baseball game appeared to be up for grabs early. Littleton scored a run in the bottom of the first inning and there were four lead changes through the top of the fifth inning when the Lions were leading 7-5 … more
Jimmy Carter was in the White House, Jim Taylor was Englewood mayor and Harold Meyer was Littleton mayor in early April 1977, when the Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant went on line. A celebration is scheduled to celebrate the plant's … more
Kids will be scrambling to scoop up as many plastic eggs and goodies as possible during Englewood’s annual Great Egg Scramble on April 8 at Denny Miller Field, 3600 S. Elati St. The event is held for 1- to 8-year-olds. The cost is $1 per child … more
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