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Jim Stephens is now the third candidate for two seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education, so the Nov. 3 election is a go. “It was always my intention to jump in, and I believe I am well qualified to serve this community as a … more
If C-470’s planned improvements aren’t on your radar, the Colorado Department of Transportation has published an assessment of the future project, made available at various libraries in the South Metro area. The projects are intended to help … more
District Attorney George Brauchler of the 18th Judicial District has announced dates for the 2015 Fall Citizens Academy. For six weeks from 6 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday, Sept. 23 to Oct. 28, the free academy will take place in the DA's Arapahoe … more
A person from southern Colorado has died of the plague, the second person to die of the disease in the state this year. The unidentified adult from Pueblo County likely died of the relatively rare septicemic form of the disease, said Christine … more
Fourth-grade teacher Natalie West has a special story to tell if the subject of summer activities comes up in her class at Independence Elementary School. In mid-July, the Cherry Creek School District teacher joined other members of the Casa … more
Envision an office environment that fosters the success of entrepreneurs through mentoring and collaboration. Innovation Pavilion, a Centennial-based incubator for business start-ups, has announced plans to establish a facility in Parker, … more
Littleton has a hard-working Historic Preservation Board that meets the third Monday of each month, assisted by a planner from the city staff. The board has quasi-judicial power to rule on proposed changes in the facades of historic buildings that … more
As the City of Centennial moves forward with its Fiber Optic Initiative, Magellan Advisors has been chosen to create a design plan for the second phase. What is the city doing? What makes fiber optic so important? District 4 City Councilmember … more
Boy Scout Troop 114 has long been the unsung, behind-the-scenes heroes of Western Welcome Week’s Grand Parade. Every Festival Day, troop members get up early and head over to the staging area at Ketring Park in Littleton. Their mission is to … more
As the summer days wind down toward the first day of school, there is still the granddaddy of all summer celebrations to look forward to: The 87th annual Western Welcome Week. The word “week” is used loosely here. It’s really 10 days packed … more
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