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Synergy HomeCare of Denver donated flowers to be delivered by Daisy Girl Scouts Troop 3933 and Boy Scouts from Troop 461 on May 8 at Orchard Park Health Care in Centennial. Children ages 5 to 8 went room-to-room hand-delivering colorful … more
“Beekeeping is a total learning process all the time,” master gardener Denise Drummond says to a class of more than 20, gathered around the horseshoe-shaped table in the Elizabeth Community Learning Center at Frontier High School on May … more
Elizabeth School District hosted a reception for Bret McClendon, Elizabeth High School's incoming principal, on May 8. The reception, held in the high school's library, was open to the public to introduce and welcome McClendon to the community. … more
Colorado’s U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner received recommendations from a report Bennet commissioned over a year ago. The report, presented at a Fire and Forestry Summit May 9 in Colorado Springs, suggests steps the federal government can take to better support Colorado’s wildfire mitigation efforts. more
If a golden retriever gives birth, gets stung by a bee or sprayed by a skunk, veterinarians want to know. Scientists are studying the popular breed to find out why their lifespans have gotten shorter over the years and why cancer is so … more
The Colorado legislative session that concluded last week was among the most sharply partisan in recent memory — even for a state where political division is the order of the day. A Republican Senate and a Democratic House spent much of the … more
A clear pattern is emerging in the murder trial of Aurora movie theater shooter James Holmes. Prosecutors are weaving dry facts into a powerful story, by alternating technical testimony with the graphic and emotional recollections of … more
Allan P. Crawfurd, first president of Arapahoe Community College, could never have imagined that the college would livestream its 50th anniversary party from the trendy new cafe on its Littleton campus to its Parker and Castle Rock locations — or … more
Although Littleton has a long history of supporting its schools, the same cannot be said for its initial enthusiasm about launching the metro area's first community college. According to a September 1966 Littleton Independent article by Houstoun … more
Like the glow of a robot switched on for the first time, the kids’ faces light up one by one. It’s sometimes known as the “eureka” or “a-ha!” moment — bulbs illuminating with the discovery of something new. This is the future, and … more
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