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Any excuse for littering is just so much rubbish

John Lennon said, “Littering is easy with eyes closed.” Littering is easy and it’s fun and it’s a great way to thumb your nose at that arcane word “civility,” which has gone down the … more

Visions of success for coaches in new positions

One way of defining football culture is how players, fans and others see the expectations for the team. There are six head football coaches in new places at south metro-area programs this season, and … more

'Hat Trick Bandit' robs banks in Littleton, Englewood

A bank at the King Soopers along South Broadway in Englewood was robbed at about 9 a.m. on Aug. 28 by a man law enforcement has called the “Hat Trick Bandit.” more

The present looks bright at Town Hall Arts Center

Audiences who walk into Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center as the new theater season begins with Green Day’s “American Idiot” will pretty much all say “Wow!” The lobby walls and high … more

Fourteeners rack up big numbers

Ross Erickson, 29, started climbing fourteeners — mountains with more than 14,000 feet elevation — eight years ago when he moved to Colorado. “Illinois doesn’t have any,” he said jokingly … more

Petition could halt move to allow new Arapahoe Road dealerships

The company that owns a piece of land intended for a Mercedes-Benz outlet in Centennial claims that some pushback against new car dealerships is merely a ploy by an outside interest — namely, … more

Letter to the editor: Don't sign the petition

Don't sign the petition Centennial City Council passed “Ordinance 2018-O- 013” after monumental study and research with extensive discussion. This ordinance will allow for one or two new … more

Committee debuts sculpture at Cherry Knolls Park

A new permanent sculpture has been installed at the south end of Cherry Knolls Park, 7077 S. Elizabeth St., across from Carl Sandburg Elementary School in Centennial. The sculpture, Pennant Whimsy, … more

Summit breaks down senior law, safety issues

The 18th Judicial District’s 2018 Senior Law and Safety Summit is coming up Sept. 15 at the Charles Schwab conference center in Lone Tree. Attendees can go to educational workshops on scams, … more

'Gap' construction launches after Labor Day

The long-awaited expansion project of Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Monument, an area commonly called “the Gap,” is nearly here. Construction to widen the stretch of I-25 from two lanes … more

Area hospitals honored for heart, stroke care

Nine Centura Health hospitals have received Get With The Guidelines awards, given by American Heart Association/American Stroke Assication to hospitals that provide industry-leading heart and stroke … more

Search for clues is path to Littleton’s old days

“Treasure the present and hunt for the past” is Historic Littleton Inc.’s motto. If you attended Littleton’s Western Welcome Week Parade on Aug. 18, you may have noted some vintage vehicles … more

In search of cultural honor

It is not often that a theater company has the opportunity to be part of a play from inception to production, but that’s just one of the things that makes the Athena Project such an important part … more

Swim Across America makes waves at Chatfield

Lauren Alfino is just a little more stubborn than others. On an impossibly perfect Colorado day, hundreds of swimmers prepared for a dip in the Chatfield Reservoir Aug. 26. And Alfino, undoubtedly, … more

Kaufman's Tall & Big shop hits 60-year mark

Fred Kaufman had a thriving men's traditional clothing store in Englewood when he learned from customers of the apparel needs of big and tall men and opted to have his store meet those needs — … more

LPS asking voters to OK bond for new buildings

Littleton Public Schools will ask voters to approve a nearly $300 million bond in November, aiming to begin a long-term effort to rebuild a district whose buildings date back to the baby boom. The … more

Arapahoe County seeks 400 temporary workers for election

Arapahoe County hopes to hire more than 400 paid temporary workers to help with the Nov. 6, 2018, general election. “We invite citizens to join our elections team and help to support our democracy … more

ACC president earns excellence award

Arapahoe Community College President Diana Doyle has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 NASPA IV-West Presidential Excellence Award. Doyle, who has served as president of ACC since April … more

Youth orchestra expands to Centennial

A non-auditioned community youth orchestra that began in January 2017 in Highlands Ranch will soon offer classes in Cenennial. Classes at the second Symply Symphonic! location, Colorado Music … more

Top 'eventing' riders coming to Parker

The American Eventing Championship — the nation's highest level of competition in the sport of eventing — will come to the Colorado Horse Park in Parker from Aug. 30 to Sept. 2. About 500 people … more
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