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Heritage upsets Vista PEAK in 4A playoffs

AURORA, Colo. — It didn’t take long for the football state tournament to see a big upset. In the opening round of the Class 4A playoffs, Vista PEAK earned a 3-seed after going undefeated (10-0) through the regular season. The Bison played host to 14-seed Heritage at Aurora Public Schools Stadium on Friday night. The… Keep Reading

in Health

LITTLETON, CO — Centura Health- Littleton Adventist Hospital received an A grade for hospital safety, according to new fall 2019 ratings released Thursday by the Leapfrog Group. The nonprofit group found that of the more than 2,600 hospitals graded in the country, 33 percent earned an A grade, a 1 percent increase from the last round of… Keep Reading

in Nature

Leaf Recycling Drop-off Happening Today

The cities of Littleton and Englewood are continuing the annual leaf-recycling program for the south metro area. In the previous twenty-five years of the program, 33,500 cubic yards of leaves have been recycled. Tire recycling will no longer be offered. There is no Littleton or Englewood residency requirement for the free leaf drop-off. Tweet from yesterday-… Keep Reading

60+ Veterans Day Free Meals, Deals and Discounts in Denver

Here’s to our real-life superheroes! There are many ways to thank veterans for their courage and sacrifice, but celebrating their heroism with free food is a good start. It’s a small way to show appreciation and respect for their service and sacrifice. (With a little planning, bargain-hunting vets just might take advantage of several offers… Keep Reading

in Weather

Look to the Sky on 11/11/19 for a Rare Astronomical Event.

One of the biggest astronomy events of the year will take place at the start of next week. It’s an event so rare that it won’t happen again until 2032. On Monday, Nov. 11, people across North America, South America, Europe, Africa and western Asia will be able to see Mercury pass directly between the Earth and… Keep Reading

Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, LPS will implement its immunization policy and follow state law as written.

From the Littleton Public Schools Website- Board Policy, JLCB “The Board directs the superintendent or designee(s) to annually provide parents/guardians of each student enrolled in the district a copy of the standardized immunization document developed by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The standardized immunization document includes a list of required and recommended… Keep Reading

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