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Today's News

  • Once again, Abe Lincoln nails it

    Oh, to be transported back to a more innocent time, just a few weeks ago, when the greatest problem with the exercise of federal power seemed (merely) to be the Internal Revenue Service’s selective targeting of a handful of political organizations. Compared to what we’ve learned since, the IRS scandal seems a passing trifle.

  • Sheriff's Calls

     

    STPeeved

  • Sports briefs

    VOLLEYBALL
    Lady Chargers hosting preseason camps

    Chatfield Senior High’s volleyball team will be holding a camp for incoming 5th-8th graders from July 31-Aug. 2 in the school gym. The annual camp for incoming 9th-12th graders will be held Aug. 5-8 in the school’s gymnasium.
    Cost is $50, which includes a T-shirt.
    Forms and more information for both camps will be available soon on the team’s website www.chatfieldvolleyball.com.

    Tryouts for the 2013 Lady Chargers set

  • Former Eagles pitcher Farnum turns page on baseball career

    Matt Farnum knew he had to prepare for life after baseball, but he didn’t know what that would involve. Still, the 2000 Dakota Ridge High School graduate knew he had a solid support system and a solid foundation beneath him.
    The 6-foot-2, 195-pound right-handed pitcher also knew that his immediate future after graduation was going to be in college and, in all likelihood, a stint in professional baseball.

  • Ken-Caryl Little Leaguers stepping up to the plate

    AURORA — It’s 5:30 p.m. on July 6 at Mission Viejo Park. One by one, players from the Ken-Caryl Little League walk up to their counterparts and exchange pins as their names are called over the PA system.
    Their parents, family and friends sit outside the fence that encloses Field No. 3, cheering them on against 11- and 12-year-olds from The Academy Little League in Colorado Springs. As the banner hanging from the announcer’s tent behind home plate says, this is the only way to Williamsport.

  • Hikers find body on Lookout Mountain

    A body was found on Lookout Mountain by hikers on Sunday afternoon.

    The remains were found in a remote location and appeared to have been there for some time, according to the Jeffco Sheriff's Office.

    The coroner and the Sheriff's Office are investigating. Anyone with information can contact the Sheriff's Office at 303-277-0211.

    Visit www.columbinecourier.com for developments.

     

  • Gunman shot during standoff with SWAT team

    A standoff between an armed man in his home near Morrison and the Jeffco sheriff’s SWAT team on Friday ended with the suspect being shot and taken to a hospital.
    The standoff began Friday morning when the Sheriff’s Office received a call about alleged domestic violence in the 1200 block of West Grand Drive. A woman in the home was taken to the hospital for examination, while a man, who hadn’t been identified by press time, barricaded himself inside.

  • Fire extinguished at Columbine High School

    A fire in a ceiling at Columbine High School late Wednesday afternoon was quickly extinguished by firefighters.

    Welders installing a metal door on the north side of the school noticed smoke coming from the ceiling and called 911, said Littleton Fire Department spokesman Doug Ireland.

    Firefighters found some insulation and wood had ignited and were producing a large amount of smoke. Ireland said firefighters from Littleton, West Metro, South Metro and Englewood responded and extinguished the fire quickly.

  • Fire reportedly under control at Columbine High School

    At least four fire departments responded Wednesday evening to a report of a fire at Columbine High School.

    An information officer at the scene said the blaze was under control and that firefighters were checking to be sure the flames had not spread to other areas in the school.

    The Jeffco Sheriff's Office said earlier that welders had been working at the school on Wednesday.

    Firefighters from the Littleton, Englewood, West Metro and South Metro fire departments responded.

  • Foothills Animal Shelter to offer July 4 adoption special for cats