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If demand for the product gets too high, they may have to start a potty-training drive, joked Cindy Bakula Streater, but for now, they will be sticking with diapers and wipes. From March 1-14, Streater, of Highlands Ranch, hosted a neighborhood … more
At a towering 6 feet 6 inches, the first thing people notice about Bob Baker is his height. The second characteristic they usually pick up on is his dedication and enthusiasm for fire service. Baker worked in eight positions during 30 years with … more
Interest in income inequality is all the rage in public debate nowadays, with political figures from Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the left to Republican presidential prospect Jeb Bush on the right decrying the widening gap between the wealthy and … more
A group of bills called the “Frack Pack” announced last week by four Democratic congressmen would impose more stringent federal environmental regulations on a domestic petroleum industry lately suffering from its own success amid a persistent … more
Colorado lawmakers reached a deal last week on a standoff over how to pay for a program that lets immigrants get driver's licenses regardless of their legal status, an initiative that Democrats passed without Republican support two years ago. The … more
Colorado youths made a compelling presentation to state legislators on March 16, showing a young generation's attempt to address and mend statewide issues. The 40 members of the Colorado Youth Advisory Council made their annual policy … more
After the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education members emerged from a two-hour negotiating session with Brian Ewert on March 19, they confirmed he is their final choice to replace retiring Superintendent Scott Murphy in June. Board … more
When corned beef and cabbage arrived at John Mee's door on March 17, he was pleasantly surprised. “I forgot it was St. Patty's Day,” he said to Annie Berger, the TLC Meals on Wheels volunteer who delivered the dish to him. It's that kind … more
It hasn't happened, but it could. On the afternoon of March 17, it certainly felt like a real emergency at the Arapahoe County Administration Building on Prince Street in Littleton. First responders swarmed the scene as reports of gunshots came … more
Senate committees last week approved two pieces of legislation dedicated to reforming the state's construction-defects laws. Proponents looking to reform the laws have argued that lessening the rigid process between homeowners who are seeking … more
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