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Today's News

  • Authorities seek two men in South Jeffco home break-in

    The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office is searching for two men who broke into a South Jeffco residence while the owner was at home.

    On May 24, two men rang the front doorbell at the home in the 3800 block of South Miller Court, but the homeowner decided not to answer the door. The pair then went to the back door and kicked it in, according to a news release from the Sheriff’s Office. The two men fled when they saw the homeowner.

  • Morrison-area girl taken to hospital after lightning strike

    A Morrison-area girl was taken to a hospital Wednesday evening after lightning struck a tree near her home, according to a fire department spokesman.

    The girl, who was outside at the time, appeared unharmed; she was taken to the hospital out of “an abundance of caution,” said Daniel Hatlestad, deputy chief of Inter-Canyon Fire.

  • Littleton hires Frisco official as community development director

    Littleton has hired a director for its community development department.

    The city named Jocelyn Mills, the current community development director for Frisco, to the position on June 15. Mills has been with Frisco for 17 years.

  • Effort to relocate prairie dogs under way

    Work has begun to save part of the prairie dog population at the site of a future BMX bicycle track at the Schaefer Athletic Complex in South Jeffco.

    The Foothills Prairie Dog Task Force, a group of volunteers, was given the go-ahead by Colorado Parks and Wildlife to move 15 of the 45 prairie dogs that live on the site. The rodents will be relocated to 1.8 acres just south of where the track will be built at the complex.

  • Rats, mice, geckos seized at South Jeffco home

    Scores of rats, mice and geckos — as well as pot plants — were seized at a home in South Jeffco on June 17 after the sheriff's Animal Control unit responded to an anonymous tip about rodents being kept in poor conditions.

    A news release from the Sheriff's Office said Animal Control officers went to a home in 3700 block of South Moore Street about 10 a.m. and spoke to the owner, who let them into the garage.

  • Rats, mice, geckos are seized at South Jeffco home

    Scores of rats, mice and geckos — as well as pot plants — were seized at a home in South Jeffco on June 17 after the sheriff’s Animal Control unit responded to an anonymous tip about rodents being kept in poor conditions.

    A news release from the Sheriff’s Office said Animal Control officers went to a home in 3700 block of South Moore Street about 10 a.m. and spoke to the owner, who let them into the garage.

  • Holiday fetes set in Littleton, South Jeffco

    For two days this weekend, South Jeffco and Littleton will celebrate our country’s independence with music, food and prodigious pyrotechnics.

    Foothills Park and Recreation’s Red, White & You kicks off the Fourth of July weekend at 5 p.m. Friday. The festival is staying true to what attendees have enjoyed in the past, said Regina Smith, arts director for Foothills.

    “We’re really sticking with the same formula that has been working well, since we keep hearing how much everyone from the community loves it,” Smith said.

  • 2015 spring sports all-conference track & field

    The following are 2015 all-conference selections in the 5A and 4A Jeffco League for track & field:

  • Players grasp Dietz’s spirit

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    One day short of the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Navy SEAL Team 10’s ill-fated Operation Red Wings mission in Afghanistan in which former Littleton resident Danny Dietz lost his life, members of the Chatfield football team displayed an act that exemplified doctrines embraced by the SEALs and the Danny Dietz Leadership and Training Foundation.

  • ‘They’ve been having a blast’

    Gary Anderson fondly recalls when he was a kid in the 1960s and 1970s. He would get up and play all day long until it was time to come inside. Then he’d do it again the next day.

    There was no pressure, no coaches and no parents screaming instructions at you. It was all about how to play the game and having fun. It is with those memories in mind that the veteran Chatfield Senior High basketball coach and long-time physical education teacher developed the idea of the “Crazy for Sports” camp.