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Tie-dye master sets up shop in Englewood

Katie DeGroot is ready to help people show their funky side. DeGroot opened The Peace Place, a shop filled with her handmade tie-dye creations, at Quincy Avenue and Broadway in late August. The shop … more

Al fresco evenings carry on in downtown

Weekends on Main, the al fresco dining program that takes over Main Street in downtown Littleton on Fridays and Saturdays, will keep rocking through Halloween. Though the program, originally run by … more

Regionals narrow ranks for boys golf tourneys

Teams and individuals for the state boys golf tournaments are set after the regional meets were completed. The first- and second-place teams in each regional tournament qualify for the state … more

Cherry Creek reclaims boys tennis crown

Regis Jesuit senior Morgan Schilling won his second straight Class 5A No. 1 singles title, and Cherry Creek added another team championship to its lengthy list of accomplishments. Schilling and the … more

Littleton Public Schools struggling with growing quarantines

Littleton Public Schools continues to endure widespread quarantines across the district as students and staff sporadically test positive for COVID-19, leaving students, parents and teachers … more

Broncos crowd-size deal wasn't special treatment, state says

At a racetrack that became ground zero for the debate over Colorado's pandemic crowd-size limits, a gathering of at least hundreds amassed for a group photo at the end of a protest against what … more

Public hearing on Littleton downtown land use approaches

Littleton City Council is gearing up for an Oct. 6 public hearing on changes to land use codes in downtown. Council will decide on a package of amendments relating to development at the hearing, on … more

Arapahoe County's public works department seeks input

The Arapahoe County Public Works Division is seeking input from residents, specifically those who drive, bike or walk within the county's transportation system. Officials want to learn the … more

Letter to the editor: Vote yes on Amendment B

Vote yes on Amendment B When your ballot arrives in the coming weeks, there’s one statewide issue that merits an immediate yes vote. Vote yes on Amendment B, and make an affirmative step to make … more

Letter to the editor: Protect kids’ health

Protect kids’ health As an early learning professional who works with child care providers across Colorado, I see first-hand the incredible impact quality early learning has on a child’s mind, … more

Letter to the editor: 4C is crucial for schools

4C is crucial for schools After hearing the General Fund Financial Updates at recent Littleton Public Schools board meetings, I am writing to urge voters to support 4C, the mill levy override. With … more

Opening Denver’s virtual doors

Many of us have spent the majority of the last six months or so in our homes, which means at some point we’ve had to reckon with the design choices we’ve made. There’s a reason so many people … more

Instagram and indiscretion are on the shame page

Instagram, Instagram, wherefore art thou, Instagram — and why? I guess it must be good for something. But not a day goes by that someone isn’t apologizing or being shamed, slammed or threatened … more

Hope, encouragement open endless possibilities

Hope may not be a strategy, but then again it just might be, especially when we tie it to encouragement. Although I have personally limited the amount of time I spend reading or watching the news, … more

Our community is bigger than we think

I’ve lived in Littleton for almost 30 years and have had a wonderful life here — close enough to access the arts, facilities, and museums of Denver, but nice and separate from the downtown … more

Curious sights around Denver metro area tell historic tales

With many Coloradans still avoiding large crowds with the continued risk of COVID-19, some may be taking a better look at what’s in their neighborhood — or even driving around with no particular … more

Arts center adjusts to world of restrictions

When the world closed down last spring, Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center closed a production of “Barefoot in the Park” a week early and started on a different kind of journey. The board of … more

Exhibits coming at new facility in Denver Botanic Gardens

The new Freyer-Newman Center at the Denver Botanic Gardens, York Street, has several exhibits starting Sept. 26. Timed tickets must be reserved online. Masks will be required. “From the Vault: … more

PHOTOS: Life goes on at deKoevend Park, High Line Canal

A few dozen walkers, cyclists and kids on the playground added up to a typical weekend scene at deKoevend Park and the High Line Canal Trail that runs along the park's edge. Aside from some face … more

Douglas County adds new open space

A 1,500-acre ranch in Douglas County is now protected open space after the purchase of a conservation easement on the property was completed at a recent business meeting. The purchase of Ditmars … more
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