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More than 50 students from Littleton Public Schools traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, last month for the National Technology Student Association, joining about 7,500 students from across the U.S., Germany and Turkey. Euclid Middle School students … more
Arapahoe Community College has announced that HealthONE and Swedish Medical Center have donated more than 10,000 hours of annual clinical placement for EMT and paramedic students at the college. Beginning next spring, the ACC EMS Academy will … more
Brandon McGee has a smile that conveys the love exuding from his heart. But it wasn't until he met Sally Allen and Dr. Yvette Killingsworth that his smile looked its best. While riding his bike as a child, McGee, now 29, was struck by a car and … more
The Tri-County Health Department says an infant infected with measles may have recently exposed people to the virus at various locations in the South Metro area. Anyone who has been in proximity with the baby has been contacted, and Executive … more
Arapahoe County Sheriff David Walcher issued a ban on all open fires and open burning in unincorporated Arapahoe County, including Cherry Creek State Park, and in Centennial, effective July 12. The open burning ban will remain in place until the … more
Mallory Pugh displays a professional, no-frills attitude whether she is scoring a goal or delivering an assist in a soccer match. So her reaction July 12 to being named a forward on the U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer team for the Summer Games in Rio … more
Members of the Southeast Metro Strike Team helped the Boulder Office of Emergency Management battle the Cold Springs Fire near Nederland over the weekend. The team is composed of firefighters from South Metro Fire Rescue, the Aurora Fire … more
Six residents of MorningStar Assisted Living Facility in Littleton got the chance to fly in a 1942 Boeing Stearman at Centennial Airport on July 8. The trips were arranged by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated … more
After World War I, 16 members of the American Legion's leadership decided to start an special branch of the organization to recognize their added level of service on the home front and provide a unique opportunity for camaraderie. The group culled … more
As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. Einar Jensen, South Metro Fire Rescue's risk-reduction specialist, said that philosophy also applies to keeping communities safe. Jensen, South Metro Deputy Chief Mike Dell'Orfano and … more
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