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‘Colorado’s Historic Churches’ ready for summer reading

They’re built from wood, brick, adobe, stone and combinations thereof and vary in size from small chapel to ones that seat many hundred parishioners. Many still function every Sunday and at other … more

Big cast includes kids in summer musical

Each summer Littleton United Methodist Church produces a musical with lots of Littleton and Highlands Ranch kids involved. This year it’s “Bye Bye Birdie” and director Kelly Kates says 68 … more

For those with dementia, friendship is a powerful medicine

Jerry Schaak boasts an impressive resume. Schaak, 63, holds a Ph.D from Yale University, with post-doctoral work at Princeton. As a professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of … more

Cold, wet weather delays farm produce, growers say

Colorado’s wet spring may be good news for the state’s drought outlook, but it also means delays for the state’s produce, said growers at the Aspen Grove Farmers Market on June 19. “It’s a … more

First day of summer: gloomy and gray

Summer 2019 officially began on June 21, but you’d be forgiven for mistaking it for a blustery day in March. With a high in the 60s and intermittent showers all day, the solstice was in keeping … more

Sen. Gardner hears from local business owners

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner heard from business owners and local elected officials who told the lawmaker to make sure the federal government works in citizens' favor. Gardner's tour in downtown Littleton … more

Vets say thanks to patriotic business owner

Dave Wood cleans military members’ uniforms for free. That means something to men and women who have worn some pretty dirty uniforms. Wood, the owner of Lapels Dry … more

‘Play of Light’ art exhibition speaks to rhythms, harmonies

Artist Jane Guthridge will exhibit her artworks large and small in the gallery at Littleton Museum from June 28 to Aug. 25. “Play of Light: Works by Jane Guthridge” will include large … more

Theme of college journal leaves room for creativity

In spring semester, Arapahoe Community College students with an inclination toward writing, graphics and publishing enroll in English 231, where they learn much by compiling, designing and publishing … more

My Name Is... Joshua Woodworth

Army strong I was born and raised in Colorado, then I lived in Arizona and New Mexico, and graduated high school in Wyoming. I joined the Army 15 days after I turned 18. I was stationed in Germany, … more

College holds exhibit of student, instructor artwork

Spectrum, the annual Arapahoe Community College community art class student and instructor art exhibition, is open at ACC’s Colorado Gallery of the Arts through June 27. Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 4 … more

Case against woman charged in fatal crash moves forward

Family and friends of a young couple killed in a February car crash following a police chase packed a Castle Rock courtroom during a hearing for the accused killer. Deanna Bixby, 20, faces several … more

Development in the works at Mineral and Santa Fe

Plans to build hundreds of homes, apartments and shops on vacant land near Mineral Avenue and Santa Fe Drive are moving ahead, adding pressure on city officials to address congestion at the … more

Heritage grads reminded to be authentic

Heritage High School's class of 2019 went off into the world with a reminder: you're not perfect. In the age of social media, it's important to remember life isn't always as great as we portray it … more

Arapahoe grads shaped by challenges

Arapahoe High School's class of 2019 has already faced its fair share of challenges. “It was a hard year to be a Warrior,” said Board of Education member Robert Reichardt, addressing the … more

‘Sister Act’ requires close maneuvering on smaller stage

Theater lights began to dim on May 17. First, Town Hall Arts Center’s board president Denise Kato introduced new THAC executive director Sharan Wilson to an enthusiastic first-night crowd and … more

Fundraising exhibit is the cat’s meow

The Cat Care Society of Lakewood has a charming way to raise funds for the organization: “Tails of the Painted Cats Gala.” Artists paint cat sculptures of varying sizes and at a September Gala, … more

Attorney, Littleton native announces run for city council

Littleton attorney Scott Melin announced a bid for an at-large seat on city council this fall. Melin, 35, is a senior associate attorney at the Bagley Law Firm, focusing on civil litigation, … more

City council recognizes heroes of Windermere fire

Some pulled victims from rooms roiling with smoke. Some gave shelter to traumatized evacuees. Some found homes for scores of seniors left suddenly homeless. When tragedy struck, the heroes of the … more

Opera guild announces winners in competition

Baritone Matthew Peterson won first place in the March 30 Denver Lyric Opera Guild competition for young singers on a professional career track. He was one of 15 chosen from an initial field of … more
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