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Knee deep in the north fork of the South Platte River, John Scialdone whips his fly rod back and forth across the water. With a flick of the wrist, he jerks the rod forward, sweeping the line through the air, landing it in the water. His cast is … more
Amy Smith can attest to the bruising experience of yo-yo dieting. For years, the Aurora resident tried the most popular weight-loss programs and had considerable success. That is, until she stopped doing them. Smith eventually would slide back … more
At SkyView Academy, textbooks are hard to come by. You're more likely to find a copy of “The Catcher in the Rye” or something by one of the great thinkers, like Plato or Socrates. “There are textbooks, but we don't use them,” said Richard … more
More than 200 south metro area residents were among the thousands of cyclists who rode 150 miles-plus over three days to raise money for patients of Children's Hospital Colorado. Nearly 2,000 riders pedaled the Courage Classic bike tour along … more
Older women with mild memory impairment worsened about twice as fast as men, according to research that illustrates the especially hard toll that Alzheimer's takes on women. Nearly two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's are women. At age 65, … more
The time has come for jurors to hear whether James Holmes should be executed for killing 12 people in an Aurora movie theater. But even if they choose death, Holmes could spend the rest of his life in prison awaiting capital punishment that never … more
Dozens of Jim DuBose fans gathered at Fort Logan National Cemetery on July 17 to witness a memorial service in his honor, presented by the Denver All Veterans Honor Guard. A longtime Littleton resident known for his civic activism, DuBose, 79, … more
An 18-year-old 2015 graduate of Heritage High School died in a single-car crash July 18. At about 9 p.m., emergency personnel responded to Mineral Avenue near Long Drive, where Evan Carlson's 1999 … more
The long wait for public access to Rueter-Hess Reservoir is almost over. It was more than 10 years ago that Parker Water and Sanitation District customers overwhelmingly approved a $100 million bond issue to fund the construction of the reservoir … more
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Longtime Littleton author Caroline Randolph MacLachlan Stutson died on June 18. She was 74. A funeral service was held on June 23 at Littleton United Methodist Church. She was a onetime elementary school teacher and librarian at Littleton's … more
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