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A Lone Tree Arts Center conference on the public safety impacts of marijuana was so successful, a similar event likely will be held there again late this year. The Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police presented a three-day conference called … more
While the Littleton Community Retreat is tackling the topic of the “Silver Tsunami” and the city recently opened the Aging Well Resource Center at Bemis Library, Littleton Adventist Hospital is running a campaign that reminds us that not … more
Who better to talk about love of freedom and country than “Herbie the Love Judge"? Former Denver County Court Judge Herbert Galchinsky is known for being a prolific wedding officiant, presiding over as many as 70 a year and more than 2,000 … more
Republicans in Colorado’s Senate advanced a pro-fracking measure Feb. 20 that makes a statement in advance of a long-awaited report on new limits on the oil and gas industry. The Senate bill would penalize local governments that limit drilling … more
Colorado already is being sued by two neighboring states for legalizing marijuana. Now, the state faces groundbreaking lawsuits from its own residents, who are asking a federal judge to order the new recreational industry to close. The owners of … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, presented Garrett Barner, of Centennial, with the Bronze Medal of the Congressional Award on Feb. 6. The award recognizes dedication and commitment to the community, as well as personal growth. The award was … more
What would you do if your 5-year-old brought home an assignment that said he was going to “bloe” up his teacher and the school, when the child can't even spell the word “blow” right? It's an actual dilemma Littleton Public Schools has … more
Hope, says Carol Jeanotilla, is all in your head, and that's perfectly OK. “It really is all in our minds, but in the best possible way,” she told those who attended the South Metro Health Alliance's Hearts for Hope luncheon on Feb. 12. … more
Littleton Public Schools will look like a giant game of musical chairs starting in the spring. “This is not a building-to-building move, it's a district move, and it's going to affect everybody,” said Terry Davis, LPS director of operations … more
Girl Scouts are learning a whole new set of skills this year with the rollout of the digital cookie. Girl Scout cookie sales began on Feb. 8, and this year, along with the traditional selling methods of door-to-door and booths at local … more
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