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After 10 hours of emotional testimony from more than 100 witnesses, Colorado state representatives rejected the “death with dignity” bill, which would have allowed terminally ill patients to end their lives with the help of medical … more
Dave Lorenz, executive director of South Suburban Parks and Recreation, grew up in the rough-and-tumble world of north Denver, in the mainly Polish community of Globeville. Jeans, white T-shirts and tennis shoes were standard attire, and he and his … more
The director of the veterans health care system for Denver and eastern Colorado is retiring, days after a report that a Veterans Affairs sleep clinic in Denver had a secret waiting list. Lynette Roff is stepping down, a spokesman for the VA said … more
A number of members of the state House of Representatives are supporting a proposed fracking bill that will require compensation to royalty owners for the value of lost revenue not received due to local governments that elect to implement a … more
There was a fervor for gun legislation at the State Capitol last week with seven proposed measures going through House and Senate committees. Republicans and Democrats dished out party-line votes that left both groups at an impasse on many of … more
Lt. Col. Ken Yaphe recently retired from the Air Force, and now he’s giving back to those who marched before him — and getting an earful in return. “It’s an education, and I feel like … more
Some things Ken Haraldsen will never forget. One of them is the feeling of bullets whizzing by his head. It was February 1945. The long-time Englewood resident was among the 106 Infantry Division soldiers sent as replacements for the members of … more
Lucie Stanish and Jack Reutzel swapped seats during the Jan. 30 meeting of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education, as Stanish ceded her presidency. “Now I look forward to making motions, asking more questions and worrying less about … more
There's about a $13 million gap in the Littleton Public Schools special-education system, say its administrators. “Shame on the state, and shame on the federal government for not providing this funding,” LPS board member Mary Nichols said … more
The 2014 Littleton Public Schools District Chess Tournament was held at Newton Middle School on Dec. 6, drawing more than 150 students and parents. Students from kindergarten through eighth grade participated in the tournament with a winner named … more
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