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Today's News

  • Foothills Park & Rec's Battle of the Bands

    Divide Zero's performance at Foothills Park & Rec's Battle of the Bands won the group more than just bragging rights as one of the best bands in Littleton.

    The four-piece pop-punk band won an opening gig on Aug. 1 at Clement Park, a gig on Sunday of the Summerset Festival, and a three-hour recording session at Decibel Garden. 

    The event was sponsored by Music Go Round, which provided more than $750 worth of prizes and gift packs and recruited the judges.

  • Jeffco boosts fines for failing to get dog license

    The cost for not getting Fido a license just went up in Jeffco.

    Dog owners who don’t obtain a license within 30 days of adopting a canine will now be subject to a $100 fine instead of $50. The next time they’re caught, a $200 ticket will be issued, with an additional $100 for each ticket after that. 

    The increases were approved by the Jeffco commissioners on June 11. 

  • County seeing increase in construction costs

    Two construction projects on Jeffco’s to-do list apparently will cost substantially more than the county anticipated.

    Jefferson County had planned a massive paver repair project for its Administration and Courts Buildings in Golden this year, along with remodeling at the Parfet Building in Lakewood. Yet the bids for both projects are substantially higher than predicted. 

  • Littleton Planning Board votes against six-story apartment complex

    The Littleton Planning Board unanimously voted against the Broadstone at Littleton Station development, a proposed 250-unit apartment building across from the city’s historic courthouse on Littleton Boulevard.

    The developer, Alliance Residential Co., wants to build a six-story apartment complex on the 4.5-acre property on the southwest corner of Littleton Boulevard and Bemis Street. While the Planning Board has voted against the development, Littleton’s City Council will make the final decision.

  • Sheriff's Calls

     

    A case with layers

  • Sports briefs

    FOOTBALL
    Columbine’s Degutis escapes serious injury at 7-on-7 tourney
    DENVER
    — Columbine senior Tanner Degutis suffered neck and back injuries but avoided serious injury after a frightening fall on the second play from scrimmage in the Rebels’ 14-10 win over St. Mary’s at the Denver Broncos’ 7-on-7 tournament June 20 at All City Stadium.

  • Local teams to test their mettle during Danny Dietz 6-28-05 challenge

    The Friday night lights will be shining on the Heritage and Chatfield High School football teams this week. However, the action won’t be with helmets and pads on the gridiron.

  • Ex-Hawk Jones top prospect in draft

    Kent Murphy has coached a number of great players, many who’ve gone on to play Division I college hockey. Though Seth Jones is not one of those college prospects, he certainly fits the bill as one of the better players. Maybe even the best.
    A former Littleton Hawks and Colorado Thunderbirds player back when his father, Popeye Jones, played for the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, Jones’ formative years on the ice came under the coaching of Murphy and Angelo Ricci. Now he’s being considered the top prospect in the June 30 NHL entry draft.

  • Broncos’ 7-on-7 gives HS teams a chance to gel

    DENVER — The deer-in-the-headlights look is slowly disappearing for Columbine junior-to-be Michael Tait. Sparingly used on the Rebels’ varsity football team last season, Tait fine-tuned his quarterbacking skills at the JV level. But at the Denver Broncos’ annual 7-on-7 football tournament June 20 at All City Stadium, his passing skills were out there for all to see.

  • Small wildfire in Waterton Canyon contained

    A small fire near the Maxwell Hills subdivision that spurred an evacuation notice Monday afternoon is 100 percent contained, according to the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office.

    The wildfire was near the intersection of Elk Mountain and Kuehster roads, said Dan Hatlestad, spokesman for Inter-Canyon Fire-Rescue.

    The Bear Gulch Fire was burning on less than an acre Monday afternoon. Hatlestad said the blaze was in a remote area that took six hours for firefighters to hike to.