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Goodson Recreation Center in Centennial welcomed two new sculptures to its grounds on Aug. 26. “We're very pleased to be able to display the art on loan,” said John Ostermiller, chairman of the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board of … more
While stopping for a Coca-Cola on a hot day in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, a photographer snapped a photo of a young local girl. That photo became the catalyst for a project that has now changed the lives of 33 Haitian women, thanks to Littleton … more
If you like candy, you’ll love Lolli and Pops, a vintage candy store. If you’re an active young girl, Ivivva may become your favorite shopping destination. And if you’re in the mood for a good burger or some Mexican fare, then the Park … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation hosted an informational session Aug. 26 at the Lone Tree Arts Center to take public comment and answer questions about a number of projects set to take place along the C-470 corridor. The projects, which … more
During his first board meeting since taking over as Littleton Public Schools superintendent, Brian Ewert got good news: More than three-fourths of residents who live within the LPS boundaries give the district a grade of either “A” or “B,” … more
Charlie Bonilla may be the star of a short film about the Options Secondary Program that its staff screened for the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education on Aug. 27, but to his mom, he's a superstar. “It's impacted his grades … more
Work started four years ago to turn the Options Secondary Program into a cohesive campus, but its leaders say the process is already increasing student performance even though there's more to do. “The thoughtful and methodical way you have done … more
When Bill Payne sees the drones, his eyes light up, and one can't help wondering what's behind them. But he can't tell you. His wife, Linda, sheds some light on what might be going on in his mind as he watches the drones dart around the … more
It's not Larry Ruden's first rodeo, but it is his first barbecue. Ruden, of Lakewood, has served as a master judge at barbecue contests, but has chosen the Smokin' Brew BBQ in downtown Parker Sept. 4-6 to make his official debut as a … more
Parker Garage owner Brent Walker always planned to have food from local farmers and ranchers on his menu, but never envisioned pioneering an all-encompassing ranch-to-table concept. Walker and executive chef Duy Pham have hatched a plan to grow … more
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