Littleton Public Schools

Superintendent Scott Murphy looks back at long career

Retiring Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Scott Murphy began his career days with, literally, a bang. “At 12, my mom helped me start a fireworks stand,” remembers Murphy, now 62. “My first stand burned down, and I was in it. I had to …
Theater shooting
When a gunman opened fire inside a packed movie theater in July 2012, killing 12 and injuring 70, it did more than spread fear and heartbreak across the Denver suburbs. It helped revive the national debate over gun control. That argument gained …
Condo development
Littleton City Council passed on first reading April 21 an ordinance designed to kick-start development of owner-occupied condominiums in the city, similar to laws already enacted in Lone Tree and …
Arvada
While working on a landscaping project off Simms Street, Hugo Navarro and his coworker say they heard three gunshots. Immediately following, a woman came running out of the neighboring house, …
High School Sports view more
Matt Givin respects his older brother Chris, but he doesn't hesitate to rub it in once in a while. Matt, the sophomore class president at Rock Canyon, will often tell Chris that he managed to get a hit off his brother during practice. Chris is …