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About: littleton, colorado

The city of Littleton is part of the greater Denver metropolitan area and located just south of the main city. When the railroad arrived in the area in the 1870's, the population started to grow. The city was named the county seat (Araphoe County) at the turn of the century guaranteeing the cities future growth.

Population: 40340
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Rockies (MLB).
Local Colleges: Arapahoe Community College

Zip Codes associated with littleton, colorado: 80120 80121 80122 80123 80124 80125 80126 80127 80128
Towns/Cities near littleton, colorado : Columbine Englewood Bow mar Ken Caryl Highlands Ranch

Littleton News
Martial arts? Dance? Yoga? Nia is all that and more - and it's in Littleton

Loelle Poneleit, center, leads her students during a Nia dance class at the Buck Recreation Center in Littleton on Feb. 13. Nia dance is like capoeira, combining dance and martial arts. The barefoot, mindfulness-focused program is becoming very popular at the Buck Recreation Center.

Gilbert Eaton

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Yoder-Powell Funeral Home in Kalona with the Rev. Floyd Yutzy officiating.

Arapahoe County Crime Blotter: Man cruises Walmart with a gun in his waistband

Loaded shopper. Police were called to the Walmart at 601 Englewood Parkway, Englewood , Jan. 30 on reports of an armed man inside the store.

Forget Wool - This Colorado Company Specializes in Alpaca

Caamano Inc is a Colorado-based company that specializes in blending culture and fashion by selling handcrafted alpaca and cotton clothing made in Peru. The fair-trade, family-run business began 35 years ago and now it's one of the top stores leading the market in Peruvian attire.

1994 Chevy S10 takes on the toughest trails in Colorado and Utah

Joe Allen from Littleton, Colorado, is not a "hold my beer and watch this" kind of guy. He has some mad skills behind the wheel and a rig that is more than capable on any trail he points it up.

Colorado bill aimed at accountability for forfeiture seizures dies in legislature

Police and prosecutors on Wednesday protested a bill that aimed at increasing transparency when officials seize property under forfeiture laws. Supporters of the bipartisan Senate Bill 136 seemed dismayed that law enforcement would so passionately oppose a bill that only aimed at accountability.

Aging sewer pipe under Denver's southern suburbs fraught with fetid, fiery problems

A methane-fueled fireball hurls manhole covers hundreds of feet, like giant circular saw blades slicing the air. A pipe more than 60 years old collapses 50 feet underground, causing millions of gallons of raw sewage to back up until the noxious stew flows into the South Platte River.

New club invites blind and sighted people to Littleton to get in touch with art

Ann Cunningham helps David Dunphy as he works on glazing a mug at the Colorado Center for the Blind in Littleton on February 7, 2017. After twice participating in ACC's "Shared Visions" sensory art show, Colorado Center for the Blind art teacher Ann Cunningham has launched a sensory art club open to all people.

3 Fire Protection Agencies Could Merge Into 1

ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. - A plan is in the works that could possibly merge three fire protection agencies into one.

Arapahoe County Crime Blotter: Trespassing call leads to arrest of a man wanted for violent crime

Wanted no more. The staff at County Line Self Storage, 8198 Southpark Court, Littleton , called police Jan. 11 about a customer who was behind on his payments and possibly living in his storage unit.

Colorado treasurer takes aim at changes to PERA

Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton is on a one-man mission to reform the state's largest public employee retirement system. The Republican, who is expected to run for governor next year, has gotten three bills introduced into the Colorado Legislature that would change the way the Colorado Public Employees' Retirement System operates.

Police Need Help in Finding Missing Local Teen

A teenager in the city of Aurora has been missing since Saturday, and officials are now asking for the public's help in bringing him back home. According to the Aurora Police Department Facebook page , 17 year old Nathan Henderson was last seen Saturday at Skate City in Littleton.

Lawmakers introduce seizure bill

Abuses by law enforcement of civil forfeiture laws elsewhere in the nation have prompted four state lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle to join forces to see if similar abuses are happening in Colorado. The four - Sens. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, and Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, and Reps.

Colorado Democrats kill gun bills on schools, businesses and ammo | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Eight and a half hours of testimony did nothing to change Colorado's gun laws Wednesday. Three bills killed annually by House Democrats were killed again on three party-line votes before the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.

Colorado House committee Democrats keeps gun control measures on the book

Eight and a half hours of testimony did nothing to change Colorado's gun laws Wednesday. Three bills killed annually by House Democrats were killed again on three party-line votes before the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.

Arapahoe County Crime Blotter: A former bank employee tried to bite a cop

Violent trespasser. A former employee was told by police to leave the premises of the Chase Bank at 5734 S. Prince St, Littleton, on Jan. 5 but came back a short time later.

Colorado Senate GOP push anti-union "right to work" bill

Senate Republicans on Monday advanced a measure that would add Colorado to the list of so-called "right to work" states, prohibiting mandatory union membership. Despite opposition from throngs of union members and leaders, as well as many in the business world, Republicans on the Senate Business, Labor and Technology Committee pushed the bill along on a party-line vote.

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