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When Eugene Sanders heard last week about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex couples had the right to marry nationwide, he was working at his part-time job, which tempered his response. “I couldn’t really react the way I wanted … more
Mother Nature provided perfect conditions for 391 runners and walkers who took part in the June 20 Jeremy Bitner Memorial event, held to raise money for the Fallen Officer Fund established in his name. The final fundraising tally wasn't available … more
For $10, plus a convenience fee, you can get discounted tickets to the Arapahoe County Fair online at www.arapahoecountyfair.com by July 23. A daily admission ticket includes unlimited carnival rides and access to the rodeo, mutton bustin', … more
Littleton residents have been participating this summer in getting rid of things they no longer need through the Keep Littleton Beautiful Summer Clean-Up Program. There are only a few slots available for a city crew to come to your home and pick up … more
Michael Penny, Littleton City manager, was elected to the Colorado Municipal League Executive Board by municipal officials from around the state during the 93rd Annual CML conference held June 16-19 in Breckenridge. The CML Executive Board … more
Heavy rain and snow melt have have led to high waters and fast currents at many of the bodies of water in the Denver metro area and throughout Colorado. In recent weeks, several people have lost their lives as a result of water accidents, … more
Dr. Richard Alan Steckel of Littleton died June 19 at the age of 72. He leaves behind his wife, Michele, a loving family and a legacy of photographs meant to help people around the world realize how we are all connected. A celebration of … more
In the early evening of June 12, Courtney Fry was making her bed when all of a sudden her world literally exploded. “I felt and heard an extremely loud explosion,” she said. “Glass breaking, floor moving, and I could see giant black clouds … more
It's not in your head. Driving to work in the Denver metro area can be a hassle, and people are taking slightly longer to get to their jobs than the national average commute time. People with jobs in Lakewood, Denver and Aurora who drive alone … more
Wearing a khaki visor labeled “The Honey Gal” and a giant smile, Debra Ann Rivera called out to the crowd as she squirted whipped caramel honey onto wooden sticks for visitors to try. “I've got Colorado honey!” Rivera calls herself the … more
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