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South Suburban offers classes for teens

Two classes offered by South Suburban Parks and Recreation will help teens positively deal with their emotions, get physically active and learn about their brain and body health. Dance it Out is a … more

In Their Business

Program for small businesses The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering a free, seven-month intensive program that provides tools, training and networking to small business owners. Emerging … more

Aging population, housing prices to weigh on city, expert says

News flash: Baby boomers are getting old. But how will Littleton respond to a wave of retirees? That's one of the questions Littleton will have to answer in coming decades, said Chris Akers, an … more

Pirates' coach foresees solid season

Englewood High School's girls soccer coach said this season's squad is a largely veteran team, and the leadership of the returning veterans should strengthen the Pirates this season. “We had a … more

Joan Lopez: The new face of the clerk and recorder's office

Joan Lopez, Arapahoe County's new clerk and recorder, was one of three Democrats who beat incumbent Republicans in Arapahoe County races in November, alongside Sheriff Tyler Brown and Assessor PK … more

Mardi Gras brings Cajun fun to downtown Littleton

Littleton is a long way from New Orleans, but during Main Street's Mardi Gras celebration on March 1 and 2, the Big Easy didn't seem so far off. Revelers in feathered masks boogied at The Tavern. … more

My Name Is... Brett Spenst

Back at the ranch I grew up on a cattle ranch in British Columbia, about 360 miles north of Vancouver. My dad was a dentist and a rancher. We had 1,500 acres and 300 head of cattle and 20 or 30 … more

Sex education bill spurs concerns

The comprehensive sex education bill making its way through the state Legislature has spurred opposition from many in the religious and conservative communities, drawing concerns that the language of … more

Police fatally shoot shoplifting suspect at Park Meadows mall; other suspect arrested

Lone Tree police officers fatally shot an armed shoplifting suspect at Park Meadows mall the night of Feb. 28, according to a news release from the City of Lone Tree. Officers responded to a reported … more

Littleton City Attorney Kemp resigns under pressure

Littleton City Attorney Steve Kemp resigned his position on Feb. 26, following a special city council meeting in which council offered Kemp “the opportunity to resign.” Littleton Mayor Debbie … more

Murder of cheerleader from Columbine Valley remains a mystery after nearly 50 years

Marilee Burt never made it home. Burt, 15, decided to walk home from Goddard Middle School in Littleton on Feb. 26, 1970, after a scheduling mixup left her without a ride from cheerleading … more

Super School Live tour arrives in Denver in March

XQ Super School Live will arrive at Denver’s Ogden Theater on Thursday, March 7, for a night of high school drama — full of stories, selfie confessionals, viral gratitude, and multimedia … more

No refund? Some shocked by impact of new tax law

Wait, I owe the IRS? The first tax filing season under the new federal tax law is proving to be surprising, confusing — and occasionally frightening — for some Americans, especially those … more

‘Dames at Sea’ is upbeat production

In his director’s notes, Robert Wells speaks of those elaborate 1930s film musicals — “kaleidoscopic camera treatments of scores of beautiful women ... dozens of dancing sailors ... Busby … more

Trio sentenced for 2017 crime spree in south metro area

The last of three men convicted for a violent 2017 crime spree was sentenced on Feb. 26, almost two years to the day after the end of a series of attacks that spanned Littleton, Highlands Ranch and … more

Three-sport athlete is rare example in current times

Collin Romero doesn’t feel like an icon or whatever you call a role model these days. The Rock Canyon senior is a three-sport athlete, and these competitors are becoming harder to find in this age … more

Make plans now to garden with habitat in mind

Evergreens, deciduous trees, berry bushes, grasses, flowers for all seasons — one can surround oneself with growing things for a great part of the year in Colorado where we live. Nourishment ensues … more

Animals are featured attraction in art show

Art Students League of Denver has an appealing exhibit, “Man’s Best Friend: Animal Portraiture” that runs through April 5 at the school, 200 N. Grant St., Denver. Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. … more

What to say when it’s all been said already

Do you ever feel like it’s all been said already? I mean how many times can we really talk about hope and encouragement, a positive attitude, kindness, charity, goodness, love, forgiveness, … more
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