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A cricket club in Littleton. Markets that sell ethnic Asian Indian foods in Lone Tree. A new Hindu temple in Centennial. The growing population of Asian Indians is changing the ethnic makeup of communities in the south metro area. “I used to … more
Rob Hanna might be considered a bit of an oddity among staff and board members of South Suburban Parks and Recreation District: He's bad at golf. “I'm a terrible golfer,” laughs the district's new executive director. “I've managed courses … more
On a recent evening, Bryan Myers walked with his dog on a section of the High Line Canal trail just west of County Line Road between Highlands Ranch and Littleton. The canal that runs alongside the path was dry, littered with dead trees lying amid a … more
The second-half of life can be a thrilling, dynamic and inspiring time, and the first annual Enlivened Living Wisdom Conference wants to show seniors how it can be done. The event runs Friday, Oct. 9, and Saturday, Oct. 10, at Lakewood’s … more
Highlands Ranch resident Cyndy Scholz casts her line and watches her fly bob up and down as small fish circle in the water below. On her fishing rod are a tiny pink ribbon and the words “Casting for Recovery.” Scholz, a breast cancer survivor … more
Excited laughter and conversations among young voices created a different atmosphere at the Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant as more than 500 students from Englewood, Littleton and Denver made a field trip there for World Water Day … more
Candidate Robert Reichardt probably summed up the race for Littleton Public Schools Board of Education best: “This is three 50-year-old white guys.” Indeed, their answers to questions put to them during a Sept. 22 forum at Littleton High … more
While seniors who volunteer in local schools get a little break on their property taxes, they give back a huge benefit to the children. “Littleton Public Schools is blessed to have so many giving volunteers who have had such a profound impact … more
Maria Pearson’s job is to help seniors, but her even more important job is to find the ones who need help — and that’s everyone’s job. “We are one point of entry for our seniors, for those folks who are most vulnerable, who have never … more
The first thing three third-graders did upon receiving brand-new dictionaries from the Rotary Club of Littleton was look up the word “dictionary,” because none of them knew what one was. But they were very excited to get them Sept. 22, asking … more
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