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Amy Van Dyken-Rouen ‘graduates’ Craig

Amy Van Dyken-Rouen ‘graduates’ Craig

Olympian begins new life journey  By Tom Barry Last week at the end of two months of hard work and rehabilitation from a severed spinal cord, Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen left Englewood’s Craig Hospital. The Olympic gold-medal winner, who attended Cherry Creek High School, had been injured in June when the ATV she was […]

A Grand ole time

A Grand ole time

Western Welcome Week ends with annual parades

‘Putting garbage in the state Constitution’

‘Putting garbage in the state Constitution’

Arapahoe County gambling proposal under fire By Bob Sweeney The Arapahoe County Citizen Budget Committee held its monthly session at the County Courthouse in Littleton, Aug. 13, commencing at 6:30 p.m. The group is appointed from all areas of the county by the commissioners to address citizen concerns about countywide expenditures and protecting citizens pocketbooks. […]

6th District Showdown

6th District Showdown

Coffman and Romanoff argue immigration and more in first debate By Peter Jones With Hispanics constituting one in five residents of Colorado’s reconfigured 6th Congressional District, it is no surprise that immigration reform was a major issue in the first debate between Republican incumbent Rep. Mike Coffman and Democratic challenger and former Speaker of the Colorado […]

A memorial of love for Claire Davis

A memorial of love for Claire Davis

Clarity Commons opens at Arapahoe High School By Tom Barry Webster’s defines “clarity” as “the quality of being easily understood; the quality of being expressed, remembered, understood, etc. in a very exact way.” Aug. 16 was an exceptionally special and memorable day in Centennial for the Claire Davis family – as well as for Arapahoe […]

Tourney fundraiser announced for Greenwood Village Police Foundation

Tourney fundraiser announced for Greenwood Village Police Foundation

By Jan Wondra The new Greenwood Village Police Foundation is up and running, its tax deductible status firmly in place and its goals out front for all to hear. “We’ve established the foundation to do three major things,” said Greenwood Village Police Chief John Jackson. “These things aren’t in the city budget. We’ve set it […]

Arapahoe County test-drives new audit for election results

Arapahoe County test-drives new audit for election results

System ‘verifies’ results – not just machine function By Peter Jones Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane has launched a nearly $20,000 pilot program to try out a new audit system designed to verify election results. The county is trying out the new “risk-limiting audit” in advance of a statewide requirement that mandates use […]

2014 Littleton Twilight Criterium and Colorado State Creiterium Championship

2014 Littleton Twilight Criterium and Colorado State Creiterium Championship

Fleurish – Summer fun beats summer rain

Fleurish – Summer fun beats summer rain

South metro events survive the skies By Peter Jones It was a major summer weekend, and the weather cooperated this time. Only slight hints of rain and a few ominous clouds hung over the Englewood Fun Fest, the Littleton Criterium, Centennial Under the Stars and the Rocky Mountain Music Festival.  

Littleton schoolteacher charged with sexual assault

Littleton schoolteacher charged with sexual assault

Littleton schoolteacher charged with sexual assault By Peter Jones A longtime physical-education teacher at Littleton’s Euclid Middle School has been charged with sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust. Joel H. Fischer, 45, was arrested Aug. 8 and booked into the Arapahoe County jail, where he was being held […]

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