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Movin’ to find a cure for ALS at Greenwood Athletic & Tennis Club

Zumbathon Cinco de Mayo Style May 3   Submitted by Greenwood Athletic & Tennis Club Ditch the workout and join the party! Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club has teamed up with Augie’s Quest and Zumba Fitness to host a Zumbathon to help find a cure for ALS, Saturday, May 3. Open to the public, Greenwood […]

SMDC – Calendar 4-24-14

SMDC – Calendar 4-24-14

Revisiting the ‘baaaadd’ women of cinema

Revisiting the ‘baaaadd’ women of cinema

CCHS grad explores female stereotypes in short film By Peter Jones As a Hollywood script reader, Mara Tasker will never get the hours back that she spent – or wasted – sifting through stacks of bad screenplays. If she were to couple that with the tawdry newspaper stories she had to read as a researcher […]

SMDC – South Metro Denver Chamber names McGilley as interim CEO

SMDC – South Metro Denver Chamber names McGilley as interim CEO

The South Metro Denver Chamber named Marcia McGilley as interim CEO of the organization. McGilley has been a senior staff member of the chamber since January 2008, serving as the executive director of the South Metro Denver and Aurora Small Business Development Centers. “Marcia is an extraordinary leader with extensive experience in strategic planning, business […]

Milton Brackney, 1930 – 2014

Milton Brackney, 1930 – 2014

Milton Marshall Brackney Jr., born Dec. 28, 1930, in St. Louis, Mo. He graduated from East High School in Denver in 1948, and attended the University of Denver. He enlisted in the Navy during the Korean War and served on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Philippine Sea. After the war, he joined his father’s business and […]

‘Spring Awakening’ plays Town Hall Arts Center

‘Spring Awakening’ plays Town Hall Arts Center

Controversial drama turns musical   By Peter Jones When German playwright Frank Wedekind debuted Spring Awakening in 1906, it was variously banned, censored and derided as pornography, pretty much proving Wedekind’s point about the sexually repressive culture of his day. The so-called “Children’s Tragedy,” written some 15 years earlier, was decades ahead of its time especially […]

Littleton utility bill going paperless

Littleton utility bill going paperless

The City of Littleton now offers a paperless option for receiving sewer/storm drainage bills. Residents may sign up to receive bills via email through the city’s new eNotification system. To get started, simply call the city and request a personalized code to receive bills and other important updates in your email inbox. There is still time […]

Littleton invites residents to meet, greet and eat

Littleton invites residents to meet, greet and eat

Picnic events give citizens chance to meet City Council Having fun is a requirement at the City of Littleton’s Meet, Greet and Eat events this summer. Taking place in five outdoor locations on upcoming Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m., the program is designed to give citizens the chance to meet their neighbors and talk with the […]

From Our Politician – An update from the Capitol

From Our Politician – An update from the Capitol

Town Hall set for April 26 By Rep. Kathleen Conti The Colorado legislature recently took up the state’s annual budget bill, also known as the Long Bill. More than 40 amendments were introduced in the House of Representatives, many by Republicans to make sure your tax dollars were going to be spent responsibly. Nearly every Republican […]

From Our Politician – Stopping sex trafficking here at home

From Our Politician – Stopping sex trafficking here at home

By Congressman Mike Coffman It is not a well-known fact that the fastest-growing segment of organized crime, as well as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world, is sex trafficking. And while many believe this is only an international problem that pervades third-world countries, the unfortunate reality is that sex trafficking also occurs here in […]

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