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Harvest fest raises fun, funds

The hot apple cider flowed like water at the Littleton Museum's Harvest Festival on Oct. 14, as families roamed the grounds of the living history farm, picking out pumpkins. “We've got a multigenerational love affair with this place,” said …
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    • Fire dispatch merger approved

      Littleton City Council voted 6-1 to merge the city's fire dispatch services with South Metro Fire Rescue, ending months of wrangling. Councilmember Doug Clark remained steadfast in his opposition Oct. 17, having cast votes against the proposal at …

    • LPS forum tackles youth suicide issues

      Littleton Public Schools is addressing the issue of student suicide after two students took their own lives at the beginning of the school year. Panelists from a variety of mental healthcare entities spoke to parents, educators and community …

    • Teaching students how to cope socially, emotionally

      Eighth-grader Morgan Fritzler is working to improve her self-awareness. “Sometimes, I have anxiety and perfectionist issues and I expect myself to get everything on the first try,” Fritzler, 12, said. “It makes me feel frustrated.” But …

    • Reinke Bros. haunted house still a year out

      Reinke Bros.' famous haunted house in Littleton is still under construction, but don't be afraid — it'll be back next year. “The haunted house was always good, but now it'll be great,” said Reinke Bros. owner Greg Reinke. “We'll have more …

    • New LPS graduation requirements take effect with freshman class

      Littleton High School is a big change for Ashton Haddock — and she'll be part of a big change for Littleton Public Schools. The 14-year-old freshman had attended an Outward Bound school since kindergarten, where her lessons included rock …