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Mini buccaneers have a new place to swashbuckle after the grand opening of the new pirate-themed playground at Little’s Creek Park, at the corner of Broadway and Sterne Parkway. The playground features play areas geared toward kids from … more
A motley crew of miniature ninjas, tigers and witches marched through Bemis Library on Oct. 27, the second day of the library’s Children’s Costume Parade. Giggles and candy were in abundance, and the adorable mob seemed fitting among the whimsy … more
At 65, Littleton resident Kathy Skosich could write a book on the history of cancer and treatments. Her filing box of medical records could fill volumes. She has been battling cancer off and on for 20 years, and is currently fighting cancer that has … more
Twenty-six future community leaders graduated Oct. 19 as part of the inaugural Littleton Leadership Academy class. Graduates and community members heard a keynote address from Andrew Hancock, regional president of FirstBank, then graduates shared … more
Littleton’s new postmaster is ready to deliver. Lora McLucas was officially sworn in on Oct. 24, though she’s been on the job in Littleton since Oct. 14. McLucas, who rose through the ranks from a part-time mail carrier in southern Colorado … more
A former Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office deputy is dead after a confrontation outside the sheriff's office headquarters in Centennial just before 10 p.m. Oct. 29. Mark Bidon, 50, was approached … more
A section of the High Line Canal Trail that passes through southwest Highlands Ranch will close for two months starting Oct. 30. The trail that runs underneath C-470, near Fly'n B Park, will be fully closed for drainage structure work as part of the … more
One of two teenagers accused of killing an Englewood man in 2016 has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in criminal court. The other suspect was denied on a request to be tried in juvenile … more
When Chris Spohn, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design’s president for the past seven months, first moved to the Denver area from Los Angeles, he took an Uber or Lyft to campus every day. “I’d ask whoever was driving me if they’d … more
Theresa Carrol stood over a prosthetic wound as it spouted fake blood and quickly stuffed it with gauze. She was one of 60 community members learning how to pack wounds and apply pressure in emergency situations. “I don’t want to feel … more
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