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Arapahoe County names board members, sole finalist for director of new health department

Following the breakdown of Tri-County, which for more than 50 years had been delivering health services to Adamas, Arapahoe and Douglas counties, Arapahoe has been in a race against time to stand up its own health department by Jan. 1, a day after Tri-County's services are set to end.  more

Cases begin to trend down as Arapahoe County remains at worst COVID level

Current case counts are high enough — and hospital staffing low enough — to keep Arapahoe County at a high community level for COVID based on CDC metrics, which rank counties as low, medium or high. more

Elbert County libraries offer summer programs

The Pines & Plains Libraries system has many new summer programs and events this year for residents of Elbert County. more

Support Mental Health in Rural America

(Family Features) Mental health is an important component of overall health. However, in some instances, there remains a gap between understanding mental health and embracing solutions, particularly in rural areas. more

What the end of universal free meals means for Englewood and Littleton schools

For Englewood and Littleton schools, universal free meals ended after Congress failed to include billions in funding for the program in its $1.5 trillion 2022 budget. It means districts will have to contend with feeding less as the rules around who can receive free and reduced meals tightens.  more

South Suburban looks for input on future updates to outdoor amenities, events

South Suburban Parks and Recreation is looking for feedback as it eyes future updates to outdoor amenities and services. more

Housing tops resident priorities in special survey

Housing density and affordability are chief areas of concern for Littleton residents, according to a broad survey and focus group meetings conducted by the Littleton Independent earlier this … more

Expert Offers Tips to Boost Your Immunity

(NewsUSA) - The ongoing pandemic has highlighted the importance of keeping your immune system strong and healthy, according to Leonard A. Farber, MD, a healthcare executive and expert in emerging … more

Is A COVID Vaccine On Your Child’s Summer Camp Checklist?

by We Can Do This COVID-19  Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—Many parents are considering how to keep their children active and screen-free during the summer months, and camps can be a … more

Is A COVID Vaccine On Your Child’s Summer Camp Checklist?

by We Can Do This COVID-19  Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—Many parents are considering how to keep their children active and screen-free during the summer months, and camps can be a … more

Is A COVID Vaccine On Your Child’s Summer Camp Checklist?

by We Can Do This COVID-19  Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—Many parents are considering how to keep their children active and screen-free during the summer months, and camps can be a … more

Is A COVID Vaccine On Your Child’s Summer Camp Checklist?

by We Can Do This COVID-19 Public Education Campaign  (NAPSI)—Many parents are considering how to keep their children active and screen-free during the summer months, and camps can be a … more

Retiring LPS superintendent talks timeline for replacement search

Following his announcement of plans to retire in summer 2023, Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert laid out a proposal before the district's Board of Education for what a search process for his replacement could look like. more

Parker Days comes back this weekend

Carnival Hill will soon have a carnival once again. The rides are going up and the fences are coming out, which can only mean one thing: Parker Days is upon us once again. more

Keeping Indians mascot was struggle for Kiowa Schools

When the Kiowa School District succeeded in keeping its Indians mascot last month, it marked the end of the district’s lengthy effort to be exempted from a state law that generally bans Native American mascots. more

Littleton Public Schools resumes free summer meal program

Anyone 18 or younger can receive a free breakfast and lunch through Littleton Public Schools' summer meal program which resumed June 1 and will offer food through July 28.  more

More money. Less food. Greater demand: Inflation hits metro-area food banks

With inflation at a 40-year-high and a bottle-necked supply chain exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Integrated Family Community Services, based near Englewood, is finding it harder to procure certain foods as it sees higher demand.  more

Plan To Be A Hero: Give Blood This Summer And Beyond

(NAPSI)—As many people make warm weather plans, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services encourages Americans to schedule another important appointment—a blood donation.  The U.S. … more

Access Free/Low-Cost Internet Through New Federal Program

(NAPSI)—A fast, reliable Internet connection has become a critical part of our daily lives. From remote learning and working to networking and searching for jobs, Americans everywhere felt an … more

Commerce City Memorial Parade returns after 2-year break

The Commerce City Memorial Day Parade returned after two years during the pandemic. It is one of the largest parades in Colorado to honor those who made sacrifices for America on May 30th. The … more
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