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Today's News

  • Massive protest lines Wadsworth Boulevard

    Hundreds of community members lined Wadsworth Boulevard on Friday evening to protest recent actions by the Jeffco school board.

    “The school board is making some poor decisions,” said Don Weeks, a Jeffco resident, as he stood at West Bowles Avenue and Wadsworth.

  • Council member sought to buy property in urban-renewal area

    A Littleton City Council member reportedly inquired about buying a property that could be eligible for a city-facilitated process for financing redevelopment.

  • A do-over in House District 22

    Editor’s note: With Election Day fast approaching, the Columbine Courier is taking a final look at local races.

    The race in state House District 22 features a repeat campaign performance for both the Republican and Democratic candidates. The incumbent, Republican Justin Everett, bested Democrat Mary Parker with 53 percent of the vote in 2012 to replace Ken Summers.

    The two candidates offer a stark contrast when it comes to the roles the government should play.

  • SHERIFF'S CALLS

    This should be worth another 3 feet, at least

  • Sports briefs

    BOYS SOCCER
    Littleton, Chatfield, Columbine qualify for state playoffs
    The Littleton Lions will be home for the first round of the 32-team 4A boys soccer state tournament, while Chatfield and Columbine will take to the road for the 5A tournament.

    Littleton (12-3), seeded eighth, will host No. 25 Mesa Ridge (9-6) on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. at Littleton Public Schools Stadium with the winner advancing to the second round to be played on Oct. 28.

  • Falcons roll Diggers, set up showdown with Resurrection

    By Matt Van Deventer
    For the Courier

    IDAHO SPRINGS — Front Range Christian did not help Clear Creek’s unfortunate 2014 football season on Oct. 17 as the Falcons chalked up another victory, 48-6, at Golddigger Stadium.

  • Lady Chargers befuddle host Columbine in straight sets

    Home is where the heart is. At least that’s how the saying goes, but on Oct. 15 the Columbine girls’ volleyball team received broken hearts when they lost at home to the Chatfield Lady Chargers in straight sets 25-12, 25-21, 25-11.

    “This is the first game that I was kind of nervous for, but playing Columbine in all of our sports this week made (our victory) that much more exciting,” said Chatfield senior captain Amelia Metzler.

  • Rebels improve playoff chances

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    LAKEWOOD — Chatfield and Columbine don’t need added incentives when they square off in any sport, but both football teams were playing for their playoff lives on Oct. 17 at Jeffco Stadium.

  • Lady Rebels found their rhythm just in the nick of time

    AURORA — Columbine senior Shelby Copley considered it perfect timing. The fact that the Lady Rebels came together when it mattered most — at the end of the season — is why they made their first appearance in the 5A state softball tournament since 2008. That’s where Columbine was Oct. 17 at Aurora Sports Park.

  • Third rally not in the cards for Eagles

    AURORA — For whatever reason, the Dakota Ridge Lady Eagles didn’t make it easy on themselves in 2014. Four times in recent weeks, dating back to a Sept. 6 non-conference encounter with Erie and as recently as the opening round of the Oct. 11 regionals with Rampart, Dakota Ridge has had to battle back time and again.