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South Metro Chamber president to leave for new job

The South Metro Denver Chamber will be hunting for a new leader soon, after President and CEO Bob Golden announced he will step down from the post at the end of October. Golden, who has led the … more

Littleton Public Schools to be subject of youth suicide study

Littleton Public Schools will form one-half of a long-term study into the relationship between social environments and youth suicide. Dr. Anna Mueller, a professor of sociology from Indiana … more

City looks to recoup costs from fire at condemned home

More than six months after a condemned south Littleton home burst into flames — on the day before a March hearing was to decide its fate — city officials are hoping to recoup taxpayer dollars … more

Making a case for a different way to vote

Frank Atwood wants to change the way America votes. Atwood, 70, is the chairman of the Approval Voting Party. The group passed the threshold of 1,000 members in the state at the beginning of October, … more

Littleton High's baseball field renamed to honor former coach

Littleton High School's baseball field has a new name: Willie White Field, after the longtime coach who led and inspired young men for a generation. White, 84, was the guest of honor on Sept. 28, as … more

Englewood, Sheridan, Littleton embark on homelessness study

Homlessness in Englewood, Sheridan and Littleton will be the focus of an in-depth study conducted over the next few months by the University of Denver's Burnes Center on Poverty and Homelessness. The … more

Littleton animal shelter wins 'lifesaving' grant

The animals come first. That's what Jason Miller, a volunteer at the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley, said he loves about the shelter where he spends several hours a week walking dogs. … more

What to know before Election Day

Election Day is just around the corner, and Arapahoe County voters will weigh in on school boards, city councilmembers, and whether to raise taxes to build a new jail by the time polls close on Nov. … more

My Name Is ... Christine Johnson

Photography gone wild I was a fine arts photography major in college, but then I had my daughter, so I gave up on that and became a dental assistant. It's been an OK career, but now my husband and I … more

Lockheed wins contract for moon spacecraft

The spacecraft that could return astronauts to the moon got one step closer to liftoff in September, as NASA announced it finalized a contract to order up to 12 Orion space capsules from aerospace … more

On the cutting edge: Axes are flying in Denver metro area as sport booms

Two years ago, Ben Edgington was between jobs and looking for ways to pass the time. Edgington, from Superior, decided to try ax throwing at Bad Axe in Denver, which at the time was the metro … more

Visit by World War II bomber is emotional experience

There’s something different about the B-17 Flying Fortress. The World War II-era bomber is imbued with a mystique unlike almost any other airplane, said Nancy Kwiecien, the executive officer of the … more

City short on funds to address infrastructure needs, officials say

Littleton’s city-owned buildings and vehicle fleet are increasingly in need of repair or replacement, but the city budget can’t cover the costs. That’s among the bigger takeaways from the … more

My Name Is... Sarah Shuel

Dreaming big I just started my own company last month. I work with bands who are locally famous and trying to take it to the next level. I do their PR, booking and social media. I haven’t expected … more

Four vie for two seats on Littleton school board

Four candidates are running for the two seats up for grabs this fall on Littleton Public Schools’ five-member Board of Education. Board secretary Robert Reichardt will seek a second four-year term, … more

My Name Is... Bart Potter

Finding what worked I had several years of chronic pain in my 20s. My shoulder got so bad that I avoided using it. I learned to write left-handed. I quit playing guitar. It was seriously … more

High marks but little change on state tests at LPS

Littleton Public Schools continued a trend of high scores on state assessment tests, though officials say there’s still a ways to go to meet state goals. LPS students performed well above state … more

The fruits of summer

The end of summer means it's harvest time at the Littleton Museum, where volunteers maintain authentic 19th-century farms. In the museum's 1890s-style garden, historical interpreter Kathie … more

C-470 construction far behind schedule

It's like the sign says: construction ahead, expect delays. The C-470 Express Lanes project, which will add two tolled express lanes along the busy highway, was supposed to be done this summer. The … more

Arapahoe County voters to decide on new jail

Arapahoe County voters will decide whether to raise property taxes to build a new jail, after county commissioners unanimously decided on Aug. 27 to send the matter to the ballot this fall. If … more
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