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Imagine being stuck in a mine shaft, without knowing how to safely escape. Or picture an isolated oil or gas refinery, where something goes wrong and help is an hour away. These are just a few of the very real scenarios employees in heavy … more
Ralph Moody Elementary School Principal Allyson Mallory knew what she was facing as soon as she hit the ground. Mallory, 37, is paralyzed from the waist down following a snowboarding accident at Keystone Resort on Dec. 23. She said that she … more
Carrie Warren-Gully, vice president of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Directors, has taken over as president of the Colorado Association of School Boards. Warren-Gully assumed her new role on Dec. 11 at the CASB annual conference. She will … more
Shepherd of the Hills Christian School in Centennial was closed Dec. 14 due to an outbreak of suspected norovirus affecting students and teachers. Principal Lisa Jennings said that about 20 … more
When she graduated from Heritage High School in 2013, Maggie Cullen didn’t think going to college was in her future. But … more
In a race that wasn't decided until 10 days after the polls closed, a Centennial Democrat has unseated a Parker Republican on the Colorado State Board of Education. Rebecca McClellan, a former member of the Centennial City Council, has emerged as … more
In the wake of a new state law requiring school districts in Colorado to allow for medical marijuana use by approved students, Littleton Public Schools is developing a policy guiding use. Affected students make up a very small subset of students … more
At 17, Littleton High School senior Clayton Pratt can't vote yet, but he spent Nov. 8 as an Arapahoe County election judge at a voter service and polling center in Centennial. Election judges check in and process voters and ensure eligible voters … more
Despite the fog, a record number of runners turned out for the Littleton Public Schools Foundation’s 21st annual Stride 10K, 5K and kids fun run. A total of 2,701 runner and walkers participated, up significantly from about 1,800 last year and … more
None of them vowed to “make Mackintosh Academy great again,” but a group of seventh- and eighth-graders at the Littleton school for gifted children made their pitch to be student body president. The candidates are appreciably nicer to one … more
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