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Littleton Public Schools to be subject of youth suicide study

Littleton Public Schools will form one-half of a long-term study into the relationship between social environments and youth suicide. Dr. Anna Mueller, a professor of sociology from Indiana …
Council candidates discuss growth at forum
It was no surprise that growth and development were big topics at a discussion forum with Littleton's city council candidates on Oct. 10. Nine of the 10 council hopefuls attended the forum at Bemis …

Haunted Mansion offers frightful nights

Allison Hefner's heart was still pounding a couple minutes after she left the Haunted Mansion at the Reinke Bros. Halloween superstore in downtown Littleton on Oct. 11. “This was the first haunted …

City looks to recoup costs from fire at condemned home

More than six months after a condemned south Littleton home burst into flames — on the day before a March hearing was to decide its fate — city officials are hoping to recoup taxpayer dollars …

Littleton school board candidates tackle issues

Achievement gaps, budget woes and a disturbingly high suicide rate. The four candidates vying for two seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education — Crysti Copp, Lindley McCrary, …

SeaQuest hopes to turn page after 'mistakes'

Ashleigh Belfiore burst into tears of relief as the judge read the jury's verdict: not guilty of misdemeanor animal cruelty. Belfiore, 28, stood accused of abusing and neglecting a sloth under her …

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Jessica Roe: Candidate for Littleton Public Schools Board of Education

City or town of residence: Centennial Occupation: Journalist, private investigator, full-time law student Contact information: Jroe4LPS@gmail.com, www.JRoe4LPS.com Why are you seeking this office? …

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Red predominates in gallery exhibit

There are certainly many ways of seeing, envisioning, interpreting the primary color red … “Code Red” is the Littleton Fine Arts Guild’s latest exhibit, running through Nov. 10 at the …

Sports

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Heritage student steps up

Forrest Mondlane fits the description of an American student athlete. However, he is a native of South Africa and moved to the United States four years ago to improve his education. He lived with …

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Arapahoe County Ballot Issue 1A: Jail safety outweighs some legitimate concerns

Deputies assaulted by inmates more frequently than ever before. Electrical systems, walls, floors and plumbing stressed and strained to the limits. Inmates living three to a cell. Little room to …
Norton
Winning Words

Finding the value in our values

If you have never taken the time to identify or define what your values are, or what your belief system is, don’t sweat it because you are not alone. As a matter of fact, most people just assume …
Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

Show me the gore, I’ll show you the door

For unknown reasons, I have never wanted to enter the rhythm of a Black Sabbath concert, or walk down the mall with fake blood on my face, or a fake severed head under my arm. Maybe you can tell me …
Our View

Proposition DD is a good bet for Colorado

Proposition DD, the legalization and taxation of sports betting in Colorado, is the result of a May 2018 Supreme Court ruling that repealed the federal government ban on sports gambling. Since then, …
Our View

Proposition CC is tempting but comes up short

It’s a very intriguing proposition. Vote to forgo a relatively small tax refund and allow the state to spend that money on much-needed programs for K-12 education, higher education and …
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