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Citizen activist Fey seeks Littleton council seat

Carol Fey Educator and citizen activist Carol Fey has announced her candidacy for Littleton City Council in District 3. Fey says her primary issues are for the city to spend taxes wisely, follow the law, including zoning ordinances, and make greater efforts to encourage citizen participation in gov

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 11:17:55

Brzeczek makes another run for Littleton City Council

Carol Brzeczek Longtime resident and citizen activist Carol Brzeczek has announced she will again seek election for the Littleton City Council at-largeseat this November. In addition to a previous council run two years ago, she was elected to the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education and was

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:21:04

School-board elections canceled in Cherry Creek and Littleton

NEWS EDITOR In the face of expensive uncontested elections, the two largest school districts in the south metro area have both opted to not hold their upcoming previously scheduled board elections. The boards of education for both Cherry Creek Schools and Littleton Public Schools voted last week to

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:10:45

Littleton company's app allows payment at marijuana shops without using cash

DENVER -- It's a multi-billion dollar industry in Colorado but it's still illegal under federal law. That's why the marijuana industry has been cash-only since it started. But a Littleton company has developed an app that may change all of that. The app allows payment, without using any cash. Get th

KDVR.COM - 2017-09-20 05:00:51

Ahead of election, citizens generally satisfied, but roads and transportation a concern

Ranked in various surveys as among the best places to live, best places to raise a family, best for business, best in safety - Centennial has stacked up a mountain of accolades in recent years. And in interviews with residents from throughout the city of 110,000 people, the satisfaction was apparent

CENTENNIALCITIZEN.NET - 2017-09-19 16:35:47

Don't look away from what the mirror is trying to tell you

Typically the first person we greet each morning is ourselves. Whether we are washing up, brushing our teeth, shaving, putting on some makeup or combing or brushing our hair, our first interaction is looking straight into our own eyes. We may be ... This item is available in full to subscribers. Typ

LITTLETONINDEPENDENT.NET - 2017-09-19 18:43:44

Search for missing Littleton man continues

Imagine everything you've done over the past three months. Now imagine having spent every day of that time searching one of the tallest mountains in the world - for one missing man. Imagine everything you've done over the past three months. Now imagine having spent every day of that time searching o

9NEWS - 2017-09-19 04:18:22

Searchers looking for Littleton officer find 2 other bodies on Mt. Elbrus

KUSA - Several searchers are still looking for Steven Beare on Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Europe. Beare was last heard from on June 14 when he planned to begin his climb. He never called his wife like he had planned to. In late June, after two weeks of searching, Russian authorities called of

9NEWS - 2017-09-18 19:02:25

Denver hit by "haboob?" late Tuesday

Chris Tomer. Denver haboob. DENVER - Typically we think of the giant dust storms that envelop desert areas of Arizona being called haboobs. Denver had a very weak version of a haboob late Tuesday. A haboob is most appropriately used to define a violent dust storm in Sudan. Yet, the use of the term h

KDVR.COM - 2017-09-20 02:28:25

Grants, rebates and a 'street-level M.B.A.'

Many small businesses fail to take full advantage of the benefits of doing business in a given city. Take Englewood, for example. "My job is jobs," said Darren Hollingsworth, the city's economic-development manager. "My job is to support jobs in the city of Englewood." To help facilitate that missio

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 11:28:13

It's lonely at the top

Samantha Gruitch, an 11-year-old Campus Middle School student, makes her way down the Denver skyline this month as part of Over the Edge, a fundraiser for Cancer League of Colorado, which saw urban climbers of all ages raise a minimum of $1,000 for cancer research for the honors-high honors, indeed.

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:04:39

Stem cells-promise or peril?

Stem cells are one of the holy grails in medicine, holding the potential to regrow diseased organs, regenerate damaged brain tissue or restore lost eyesight. While the potential is there, under the silver lining lurks perils and dangers that could make a bad medical situation much worse. As stem cel

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:47:42

HOLE-N-1 - The piano man has left the keys

The passing of Robert Olson, aka Boogie Bob, on Sept. 14left a group of loyal fans in the sound of silence. Boogie Bob played tirelessly at Jim Carter's Perfect Landing at Centennial Airport for just shy of 10 years. Before that, he played at the Summit Steakhouse, and that is where I met him. Debi,

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:36:25

BARBWIRE BOB - Ramblin' around the corral with Bob Sweeney

Ride along with me on an Aurora Water tour. Look for the article in a recent post on this Villager website. Denver Water supplies a great deal of water to Arapahoe County, and the next expedition will be the structure and progress of Denver Water, which has been a powerful force for decades. The ma

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:32:27

REMARKS - I don't remember growing older-when did my kids?

"Sunrise, sunset, swiftly fly the years." Yes, it is that season of the year again-too early for the leaves to change colors, too warm to wear a sweater, but cool enough to send shivers down your spine. For instance, you realize the yellow school bus that stopped across the street to pick up your n

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:30:21

Arapahoe Libraries seeks new members for Board of Trustees

Arapahoe Libraries serves all of Arapahoe County, except the cities of Littleton, Englewood and Aurora. It also serves a small portion of Adams County within the Deer Trail School District. Board members are confirmed by the Arapahoe County commissioners and the Deer Trail School Board, the two gove

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:25:16

KINDLING - Happenings in the happy city of Centennial

Congressman Mike Coffman attended the Centennial City Council meeting on Sept. 18 to present two framed congressional awards to city officials. The first was to outgoing Mayor Cathy Noon for service during her tenure. The second honor was to outgoing Mark Gotto for his years as an active councilmemb

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:29:12

District volunteer runs for Englewood School board

Jennifer Hubbard District volunteer Jennifer Hubbard believes she is in a unique position to serve on the Englewood Schools Board of Education. "I have worked in both private and public education, doing everything from driving buses and mopping floors to training over 300 people a year on state asse

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:22:57

Greenwood Village board appointee runs for City Council

Seanna Mulligan Seanna Mulligan, a Cherry Creek High School accountability co-chair and a Greenwood Village city board appointee, has announced her candidacy for City Council in District 2, saying she hopes to join District 2 incumbent Darryl Jones in respectful conversation about protecting the cit

VILLAGERPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-09-20 10:22:03

Man found shot in car in the middle of the street in Denver

DENVER - Police are investigating after a man was shot early Wednesday morning in Denver. A black Volkswagen was stopped in the middle of the street East 31st Avenue and North Marion Street around 3:30 a.m. An unconscious man was slumped over the steering wheel of a car, police told FOX31 Denver. Th

KDVR.COM - 2017-09-20 13:11:23