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Poke salad arrives in Littleton

The Denver foodie scene has come a long way from the cowtown days, but there's a good chance you've never heard of poke salad. Pronounced “pokey,” the Hawaiian dish centered on raw fish and rice … more

App lets you visit an Arapahoe County inmate from anywhere

A new app allows family members and friends to virtually visit an inmate in the Arapahoe County jail from anywhere with internet access. The Anywhere Visit social media technology by Securus … more

Meals on Wheels needs a new home — fast

TLC Meals on Wheels has helped keep thousands of seniors and people with disabilities in their homes. Now, the nonprofit needs the community's help to find them a home of their own. TLC, now in its … more

Economic development partnership CEO retires

After leading the Denver South Economic Development Partnership since 2010, president and CEO Mike Fitzgerald will retire on March 28, according to a news release. Fitzgerald came to Denver South … more

Letter to the editor: Make every vote count

Make every vote count In his recent letter to the editor, Mr. Grevillius criticizes the bill that would give Colorado’s electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. He implies that … more

South Metro firefighter remembered for close ties to family, friends, colleagues after tumor battle

The firefighter was humble, but his influence will ring out far beyond his time on Earth. That's the picture family, friends and a colleague painted of Cody Mooney, 31, a firefighter in the south … more

Dates set for 18th Judicial District citizens academy

Community members who would like an in-depth look at what happens from the time someone is arrested until trial and conviction are encouraged to participate in the 2019 spring citizens academy of the … more

State lawmakers consider ending death penalty

Democrats who control Colorado's Legislature are rushing to act on a bill to repeal the state's little-used death penalty, holding a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on March 6, just two days after … more

Plan to focus oil rules on safety creates divide in Colorado

Supporters of a plan to overhaul Colorado's oil and gas regulations told lawmakers that the measure is a flexible, commonsense approach to dealing with frequent conflicts over health and safety. … more

My Name Is ... Kent Husa, of Centennial

Deep roots in area I'm an “almost native,” having lived in Colorado since 1978, graduating from Cherry Creek High School and receiving my undergraduate and graduate degrees in aerospace … more

Getting down and dirty with Anythink Libraries

One of the many things that March means is it’s about time to start thinking about your spring plans if you’re a fan of gardening … more

Hickenlooper steps into presidential race

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said he's running for president, casting himself as a can-do uniter who's accustomed to overcoming adversity and accomplishing liberal goals in a politically … more

Girl Scout cookie sales wrap up March 10

Sunday, March 10 is the final day to purchase Girl Scout cookies. Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos and Savannah Smiles are available for $4 per package, and the S’mores, and … more

DA's office appeals dismissed felony against trucker accused of killing trooper

The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office is appealing a judge's decision to throw out a felony charge against the man accused of crashing into and killing a Colorado State trooper in 2016. A … more

Young bowler wins state title in unsanctioned sport

Tyler Seeley recently won a state championship but hardly anybody noticed. Seeley, a junior who attends Legend High School, is a bowler who captured the boys Colorado High School Bowling Federation … more

Making the green scene on St. Patrick's Day

While the best-known tradition of St. Patrick’s Day is to wear green, that wasn’t always the case. Before green became the color associated with the holiday, blue was worn to celebrate Saint … more

'Evoke’ is concept of photography exhibit

Colorado photographers had a specific challenge from the Littleton Fine Arts Board this year as they considered entries for the 53rd “Eye of the Camera” exhibit: It was seeking printed … more

Colorado New Play Summit aims to open doors

When a painter or sculptor begins a new work, she or he sets a pace and probably has a fairly clear vision of the desired end product. While it may undergo some critical input along the way, the … more

Student art show expands in its fifth year

For the fifth year, art students from Littleton High School carried examples of their work a few blocks west for an exhibit at the nearby Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers Ave. What began as a … more
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