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35 p.m. that a child was in need of assistance. He had no information as to how the child, who has not been identified, ended up in the reservoir...A dispatcher with Littleton Fire Rescue said a dive team with his agency located the child and pulled
The project re-allocates a reservoir built for flood control to provide an average of 8,539 acre-feet of water a year (about 2.8 billion gallons) for municipal, industrial, environmental and agricultural use. But the project will inundate 10 percent
Water tests conducted at least once a week to ensure Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment standards are met showed higher than allowable levels of the E. coli, according to a statement issued by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The
The ruling by Douglas County District Court Judge Richard Caschette means construction on the first of more than 12,000 homes could start in early 2015, said Sterling Ranch spokesman Randy Pye. "We have been moving forward because we felt very
There is significant risk, potential reward and inevitable growing pain. Yet that's essentially what the proposed Chatfield Reservoir Storage Reallocation does. The plan to double water storage in the reservoir from its current recreational pool size
Douglas County commissioners again approved the controversial Sterling Ranch development in the Chatfield Basin on Wednesday this time they hope for good. "The new information is consistent with the interpretation the board of county commissioners
Font Resize The Denver Post Every level of bird watcher, from amateur to master, attended the Great Backyard Bird Count event at Chatfield State Park on Saturday. Littleton's Audubon Nature Center had a great turn out of 110 adults and 59 children.
Font Resize The way a good chunk of the Denver area plays outside is bound to be impacted if the proposed Chatfield Reallocation Project moves forward at Chatfield State Park in Littleton. The plan to raise Chatfield Reservoir some 12 feet to store
Font Resize There's nothing quite like a massive drought to draw attention to Colorado's fragile rivers. But if you're looking for something more visually appealing, drop in for renowned landscape photographer and conservationist John Fielder's "
Font Resize The lack of mountain snow melting into the South Platte River dramatized the federal government's unveiling of a plan Friday to nearly double the water storage capacity of Chatfield Reservoir inundating about 10 percent of Colorado's