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Castle Rock mayor urges reliance on health experts in COVID fight

During the council comment portion of the Sept. 21 Castle Rock Town Council meeting, Mayor Jason Gray said he is continually getting emails and questions from the public regarding what they should do … more

Tri-County Health services cover more than COVID

While much emphasis has been put on the COVID-19 work done by the Tri-County Health Department, the agency also provide dozens of unrelated, often unnoticed services that impact the daily lives of … more

Hilltop Social Club near Parker reaches century mark

The club began as a social club for women trying to escape isolation in the remote farming and ranching community of Douglas County, but a century later, it’s become “more like a sister group … more

Cider Days are here again in Lakewood

Blue skies, big crowds, lots of sun and cold, hard cider was the order of the day Sept. 25, at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park.  Normally part of the larger Cider Days festivities, this year’s … more

VIDEO: Fallen South Metro firefighter 'epitomized the term brother'

Anthony Palato dreamed of being a firefighter ever since he was a small child, said his brother-in-law, Steve Durie. “Tony epitomized the term 'brother' all his life,” Durie said at a memorial … more

'The Fantasticks' gets magical treatment at Littleton Town Hall Arts Center

Bellomy (Rick Long) and Hucklebee (Bonnie McIntyre) are neighbors, who like to garden — and who wish their offspring would fall in love with each other as they grow up. They recognize they must not … more

Local arts offer path to 'shared experience'

Seemingly ever-rising levels of political polarization — particularly amid issues of the coronavirus pandemic — may be wearing on Coloradans, but one place where all of that can melt away is at … more

Evergreen gallery hosts watermedia exhibition

Center for the Arts Evergreen, 31880 Rocky Village Drive in Evergreen, hosts the annual Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibit. more

Lutheran girls pack a wallop in softball

Parker's Lutheran High School is competing in its second season with a varsity softball program, but the Lions don't have a home field and use three different venues in the area. The Lions do not … more

Golf teams aim for state tourney

With an eye on the upcoming boys state golf tournaments, there were regional qualifying tournaments held Sept. 20-23, including four Class 5A meets. The top two teams in the regional tournaments … more

Backpack Society continues to expand

More than a year after its inception, the nonprofit organization Backpack Society continues to grow, both in helping to feed local families and students and in expanding its facilities. In 2020, … more

Friends remember longtime Littleton community watchdog

If Frank Atwood could use one word to describe Jerry Hill, it would be “indefectible.” A fierce yet friendly watchdog for the community, Hill always had a finger on the pulse of Littleton, … more

Election 2021: Schlachter tops Littleton candidates in fundraising

Kyle Schlachter, who is running for Littleton mayor in the upcoming election, is outraising his two rivals, Jon Buck and Carol Fey, as well as all other city council candidates by thousands of … more

Letter to the editor: Don't abandon Littleton immigrant center

I have been a volunteer at LIRC teaching English and citizenship programs as well as tutoring for the past six years. The city's recent decision to discontinue this … more

Suspect arrested in shooting of Littleton police officer after standoff in Brighton

The man suspected of shooting and hospitilizing a Littleton police officer earlier this week has been arrested, police said.  Rigoberto Valles Dominguez, 33, was taken into custody late … more

Opinion: Colorado needs the right plan to expand early education

This summer, Gov. Jared Polis signed a historic bill to support universal Pre-K education in Colorado. The legislation’s passage represented a major milestone in a decades-long quest. more

Opinion: The 5 C’s for retaining top talent starts with connection

This is the first in a five-part series on best practices for attracting, hiring and keeping top talent. more

Local musician receives lifetime award signed by Biden

With an independent career spanning decades and playing with some of music’s top performers such as Anita Baker, Whitney Houston and The Temptations, it is no surprise that Gerald Albright was … more

Boosters praise promise of 5280 Trail across Denver

The final stretch of the walk from Denver Union Station to the Buell Public Media Center on 21st and Arapahoe has become a lot shadier ... in a good way. More than 30 Shumard oak trees line the … more

Colo. schools that require masks have lower COVID rates

Colorado’s school-aged children are experiencing the highest rates of coronavirus infection among any age group in the state right now. But state health officials on Sept. 23 presented new data … more
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