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The Arapahoe Rescue Patrol recently promoted Arapahoe High School students Bennett Smith, Marlo Borton and Joe Brock. Smith, a sophomore, and Borton, a junior, were promoted to the rank of sergeant. The two students now have six to 10 members who … more
The eighth-grade student welcomed the more than 100 people walking through Cresthill Middle School doors with these words: “Enjoy a deep experience.” And it was. For parents and students who attended the recent community presentation of … more
The walk to raise awareness about suicide that started at Highlands Ranch High School in 2010 has grown so large it will move this year to Coors Field in Denver. More than 2,000 walkers are expected to turn out for the Out of the Darkness … more
Imagine you’ve just survived a nightmare and need medical treatment, but when you show up in the emergency room, you’re turned away. It can happen to rape victims if they go to a hospital that doesn’t have doctors certified to collect … more
Nancy Feldman spent nearly 40 years helping people through the most terrible times in their lives. “One of the nice things about starting in 1975, before there was victim assistance, is having the opportunity to see it develop into a field,” … more
Following a recent threat against Aurora and Denver police from an anonymous caller, law enforcement agencies in the south metro area were asked how they handle such situations. The caller threatened to shoot police who were alone. A few hours … more
A man and a woman were arrested in Lone Tree Sept. 12 after a report of a possible methamphetamine lab at an extended-stay hotel. Officers from the Lone Tree Police Department responded to … more
There might be no better way to start the day than with a fresh cup of coffee and a friendly face. For nearly 10 years, Coffee Cabin co-owner Wes Crespi has served up both. His affable … more
Making people laugh is something that can’t be taught. It’s takes a mix of human understanding and the right personality to find the humor in everyday life. In other words, comedy is an art. Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design is … more
The League of Women Voters hopes the community will come to one of two forums for the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education candidates. The first is Sept. 21, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Littleton High School, 199 E. Littleton Blvd. The second is … more
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