Reinke brothers bring Halloween fright to Littleton

As a child, Gregg Reinke hated being scared.  Reinke remembers being 6 years old when a neighbor gave him a fright one Halloween night. Afterward, Reinke said, he was determined to …

'A message of hope': Choirs join together for concert on teen suicide awareness

The Arapahoe High School choirs joined with the Colorado Saints Chorale and Orchestra for a concert Oct. 23 at St. Tim's Episcopal Church in Centennial to raise awareness of teen suicide, something …

Littleton forum shares realities of homelessness

Paula McFadden had a 21-year career at a dentist's office before she became homeless.    “I had a life event and everything got taken away,” she said. “It's a …

Littleton City Council unanimously OKs new land-use code

Littleton City Council, during an Oct. 19 meeting, unanimously approved a sweeping new land-use code, the first in nearly 40 years, that will govern future commercial and residential development as …

Election 2021: Littleton to vote on sales tax increase

For the first time in nearly 50 years, Littleton could raise its sales tax rate if a measure on the 2021 ballot passes.    Ballot Issue 3A would raise the city’s sales tax from …

News

Victim identified in 33-year-old Sheridan cold-case homicide

Sheridan police, along with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office, have identified the victim of a 33-year-old cold case. 

Life

Denver Film Festival returns with the theatrical experience in tow

The latter half of the 2010s saw increased involvement in national and local elections, with more women running – and winning – than ever before. While national figures drew a lot of eyes, …

Sports

Win propels Chaparral toward football playoffs

The Douglas County Huskies and the Chaparral Wolverines met in a football game on Oct. 21 at EchoPark Stadium in Parker with class 5A state playoff berths at stake. And the game featured several big …

Voices
Winning Words

Opinion: Top talent talks about the importance of culture

Here we are wrapping up the series, “The 5 C’s of Retaining Top Talent.” Now it’s time to link connection, collaboration, change and consistency to culture. And culture, according to some top …

Opinion: What do you do when you think of conflict?

Ever watch that episode of “The Office” where Michael decides to teach his staff about conflict resolution? As a human resources professional and conflict coach watching that, I was both gasping …
Financial Strategies

Opinion: Tax and estate plan deadline coming soon

It is never fun to think about taxes and even estate planning, but looming deadlines should push you to pay attention before it is too late. This December marks the last opportunity to impact your …
Winning Words

Opinion: Improve retention with persistent consistency

As we continue to talk about hiring and keeping a productive and performance-driven team, we must include “Consistency” in our “5 C’s for Retaining Top Talent.” This is the fourth column in …
Coming Attractions

The Arvada Center goes to the dogs

Most of us had more than a little help getting through the bleakest parts of the COVID-19 pandemic and for many that help came in the form of our canine friends. They’re not called man’s best …
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