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Behind Rocky Heights Middle School sits a fenced garden with raised flowerbeds. Around the corner is a coop with 12 plump chickens. An Earth Tub, a large circular machine used for composting, is just steps away. “We are teaching our kids to be … more
In 2013, Karl Pierson, 18, fatally shot 17-year-old Claire Davis before killing himself at Arapahoe High School. Pierson lived in Highlands Ranch. And in 2014, a 15-year-old boy, also from Highlands Ranch, shot and killed his mother, then turned … more
He describes himself as the outsider candidate with the advantage of being a businessman rather than a career politician. He says he knows what it’s like to be poor, but today enjoys leading what he calls one of the most successful … more
It’s time to talk about mental health. That’s according to Tri-County Health Department, which this month launched a campaign across the Denver metro area created by a coalition of public and private organizations designed to help people have … more
With the long-planned expansion of C-470 in full swing, construction on the segment between Wadsworth Boulevard and the South Platte River is set to begin this month. On Colorado Department of Transportation maps of the project, that stretch is … more
Earth Treks plans to build the largest indoor rock gym in the country in one of the former Sports Authority headquarters buildings in Englewood. “We have leased 52,000 square feet of space and plans are to begin construction in August. Our goal … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican from Aurora, honored four high school students as winners of the 6thCongressional District 2017 Congressional Art Competition. The district encompasses Aurora, Littleton, Highlands Ranch and Centennial, among … more
A construction defects bill introduced as a bipartisan compromise passed the Colorado House of Representatives unanimously on April 24 and was sent to the Senate Business, Labor and Technology Committee. House Bill 1279, introduced last month, … more
Colorado Community Media won 48 awards in the annual Colorado Press Association contest. Among the honors, the Littleton Independent took home the Editorial Sweepstakes award at the press association convention April 22 in Lakewood. The award was … more
A bill that would have asked Colorado voters to approve a sales tax increase to help fund billions of dollars in transportation projects has been rejected by Republicans in the state Senate. But the Democratic speaker of the House is optimistic … more
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