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Today's News

  • Columbine gymnastics sends three girls to state

    THORNTON — The season-long hard work paid off for three Columbine gymnasts as each performed in individual competitions at the 5A state meet on Thursday at Thornton High School.

    Freshman Grace Maxwell joined the Killeen sister duo, freshman Danielle and junior Nicole, as they represented the Rebels on the vault, uneven bars and floor. First up, Danielle scored an 8.275 on the uneven bars, placing her at 58th overall.

  • D’Evelyn volleyball is headed to state for first time

    DENVER — The D’Evelyn volleyball team made school history last weekend when it qualified for the state tournament.

    In the three team, round-robin style tournament, during which the Jaguars played both Classical Academy and Fort Morgan, D’Evelyn defeated both teams 3-0 and 3-1 to win the competition and secure its bid for the finals this Friday and Saturday at the Denver Coliseum.

  • Chatfield volleyball will go to state tournament again

    LITTLETON — For a change, the Chatfield volleyball team has (so far) kept the drama out of the postseason. But there was plenty of it during the regular season.

    Either way, the Chargers managed to buck the odds and survive.

  • Columbine volleyball ends 2017 season at regionals

    DENVER — Columbine had an emotional end to its volleyball season Saturday as the team lost to both Cherry Creek and Highlands Ranch in the 5A regionals.

    In its first two sets of the day, Cherry Creek took large leads against the Rebels, winning 25-10 and 25-11, respectively.

    In the third set, Columbine took an early lead and kept it until the Bruins tied it at 18. After some decisive volleys, Cherry Creek took the lead and won 25-21.

  • Area churches join together for interfaith concert

    Churches across South Jeffco came together last Friday for the annual Columbine Interfaith Concert, and church-goers from across the area packed St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Parish for an evening of musical delight.

  • Allergy Free Baking Company provides option for those with allergies

    Step inside the Allergy Free Baking Company, and the aroma of cinnamon and freshly baked bread is enough to make the mouth water.

    The Morrison bakery opened about three months ago and aims to provide healthy options for those with allergies and other dietary restrictions. Hours before the business opens for the day, owner Nicole Kurland is there prepping and baking fresh goods – all of which are nut- and gluten-free, and some of which are dairy- and egg-free.

  • Morrison’s interim police chief hopes to connect with community

    Name a job in law enforcement, and George Mumma likely has held it.

    The Littleton resident has worked as a patrol and SWAT officer with the Littleton Police Department and spent time on the K9 unit with the Lakewood Police Department before joining the Jefferson County District Attorney’s office as a senior investigator.

    Now, he has taken on a new role as interim chief of the Morrison Police Department. The town officially hired him Oct. 10 after former chief Rudy Sandoval retired in late September.

  • South Jeffco robbery suspect pleads guilty

    The suspect in a 2016 robbery of a South Jeffco home pleaded guilty Monday to six counts, including aggravated robbery, first-degree burglary and identity theft.

    David Ernest Mascarenas, 56, will return to court Dec. 19 for sentencing, where he faces 32 to 40 years in prison for robbing the home of Anthony Mott.

    In January 2016, Mascarenas and David Martinez, 38, arrived at Mott’s home on South Taft Court in unincorporated Jeffco. The pair had seen items Mott listed for sale on Craigslist and stopped by under the premise of purchasing them.

  • Vietnam vet sharing story through book

    In less than a year of service, Vietnam veteran Richard Hogue lost his left leg and 14 friends.

    But despite this, the Littleton resident and native Iowan doesn’t regret a moment of his service. Hogue now hopes to share his story through a self-published book called “A Soldier’s Story: Forever Changed.”

  • A treasure comes to town

    Pueblo-based artist Philip J. Spanier knows no bounds. As a Picasso-esque painter, surrealist, relief artist, sculptor and published author, Spanier’s work is now at Epic Estate Treasures in downtown Evergreen.

    Among this self-taught artist’s creations is his second sculpture of Liberace. The first was presented and sold to Liberace when Spanier met him in person. He also met Paul McCartney and “wowed” him with his sculpture of the Beatles.