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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
Dave Lawless knows that if there was ever a good place to have a heart attack, next door to a hospital is it. The Parker resident collapsed April 28 at Lifetime Fitness, and if not for the quick reaction and expertise of the people around him, … more
After the Aurora theater shooting, after the Arapahoe High School tragedy, state legislators finally got it. In 2014, they came together in a bipartisan manner to approve $25 million annually to deal with the escalating issue of mental health in … more
Former Tri-lakes resident, Nepal factory owner, and Air Force Academy Graduate Corban Bryant, said his family and employees are holding up, despite the dire circumstances in Kathmandu, and offers … more
With winter weather yielding to spring, sunshine and warm temperatures greeted volunteers in two Elbert County communities on May 2 who gathered to clean up their towns. In Elizabeth, residents met at the town hall at 7:30 a.m. for the annual … more
With the Royalty Clinics attended and the application deadlines met, it came down to the competition at Casey Jones Park on May 2 to determine the Royal Court for the 2016 Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo. Following a daylong competition, Kelly Sweigart, of … more
Sheriffs in Colorado and two other states may not like legal marijuana, but they don't have the ability to force the state not to allow it, Colorado argued last week in a motion asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit from 10 county sheriffs in … more
With the lack of moisture in Colorado early in March, contractors and Elbert County Road and Bridge made an early start on road repairs and construction throughout the county this spring. This news is especially good for residents who have been … more
The Douglas-Elbert Music Teachers Association's 20th Anniversary Festival took place April 11 at Parker Bible Church. There were 333 student performances, which included piano, voice, guitar, string and woodwind. Each student, ages 5 to 19, … more
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