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Sixty students from the Littleton Health Science program, comprising students from Littleton, Douglas County, Englewood, Sheridan and Cherry Creek, competed in more than 60 events during the Health Occupations Students of American Student Leadership … more
Dust off your favorite concert T-shirt and wear it with pride to South Suburban Parks and Recreation's Rockin' on the River 5K Run/Walk on the Mary Carter Greenway, April 13 at 9 a.m. The race starts and finishes in the parking lot in front of … more
Residents at Amity Plaza senior living building got their boogie on March 28 during a Mardi Gras celebration held to break in their new community room. “We've wanted it for a long time,” said Bea Madden while enjoying French-inspired treats … more
One way or another, the state will soon free up money to get an unfunded aerial firefighting fleet off the ground. The governor's office and legislative leaders are on board with a spending plan … more
Cries for help from people with horrible-looking injuries filled the air March 29 at Bradford Auto Body in Littleton. It appeared very real but it was all part of the Citizen Emergency Response Team final class training drill. “We have 22 … more
A group of Finnish students are heading to the south metro region this summer and the program is searching for families to host them. There are 13 students who are participating in the Young Ambassador's Program, an arm of the Youth For … more
The Democrat-majority state House passed a $23 billion budget on March 28 that will increase funding for education, aid flood and wildfire victims, and will bolster reserves by stashing away millions in “rainy day” dollars. But only one … more
Colorado's new gun laws are “burdensome” and “a symbolic gesture that does not improve public safety,” a lawyer said on the first day of testimony of a trial that takes on the legislation passed in 2013. But a state's attorney said that … more
A bill that would have allowed for Colorado's health insurance marketplace to face a state audit died on a party-line vote in a Democrat-controlled Senate committee on March 26. The bill had received overwhelming bipartisan support in the House, … more
As president of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce for 10 years, John Brackney wore many hats — literally and figuratively. During a farewell address of sorts, four days after announcing his resignation, Brackney used all manner of … more
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