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It makes sense for a guy with the least amount of name recognition among a crowded field of Republican candidates for governor to spend time with Coloradans whom he believes have been considered an afterthought. Recently, Mike Kopp kicked off a … more
University of Colorado officials want to hear from south metro businesses about what they’d like to see offered at the school’s future hub. CU will begin offering classes and labs on the second floor and in the basement of Parker’s Wildlife … more
She leaks and rattles a lot, but she still gets around pretty well, and she proved it June 4 by visiting her childhood home to celebrate her 100th birthday. The journey did, however, require a lot of backbreaking work on the part of Capt. Mark … more
Littleton Public Schools' lobbyists thanked the district for taking the lead on making sure every district in Colorado would have a little extra loose change in their couch cushions next year. “This board was more present in the state … more
Bob Lembke can't talk about Claire Davis without tearing up. “She just had a certain spark to her. Most young children do, she just had a little different something,” he said on May 29. Lembke had known Claire since his two children, … more
Jason Dunkel and Lauren Brendel are relatively new to the south metro community, but last December, they found themselves thrust into the middle of one its most horrific days. “When it happened, I texted my friend, who is now my boyfriend, and … more
Drennen O'Melia's parents want everyone to remember their son not with sadness, but with the same joy he showed in his short life. “While we will always grieve the loss, he left our hearts filled with lessons about how to live life to the … more
Mental health is front and center in Littleton Public Schools' 2015-16 budget discussion. While nobody mentioned the December shooting deaths at Arapahoe High School, it was evident that everyone in the room during the May 29 meeting of the board … more
The 2014 Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund event will be held June 14 at Cornerstone Park. The event includes 5K and 10K runs, a 5K walk and a fun run and walk. All activities are held to raise money for the Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund and … more
Longtime Arapahoe County Coroner Michael Dobersen has announced his retirement effective June 2, after serving five terms in the office. First elected as a Republican in 1993, Dobersen hinted during his 2010 campaign that it would likely be his … more
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