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30 Years of Banning, Lifting a Ban, and Banning Again

30 Years of Banning, Lifting a Ban, and Banning Again

February 21, 2020

On Monday, Feb. 10th, 2020 the Denver City Council held a public hearing and a vote to remove the 30-year-old ban on Pit bulls in the city of Denver. The proc...

What Happens at a Parker City Council Meeting

What Happens at a Parker City Council Meeting

Cam Yarumian, Reporter

February 21, 2020

On Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, the town of Parker had its bi-monthly council meeting. The process of a city council meeting is not what you see on Parks and...

Chinese New Year, Colorado Style

Chinese New Year, Colorado Style

February 4, 2020

The Year of the Rat has officially begun on the Chinese calendar. Around the world, the Chinese celebrated the occasion in traditional methods. At the...

Through The Lens: The Next Generation of Local Artists

Through The Lens: The Next Generation of Local Artists

February 3, 2020

From Jan. 22 through Feb. 11, 2020, Arapahoe Community College is hosting a grand showcase of art from Littleton public schools. The gallery is free to...

Frosty’s Frozen Five and Ten Mile Run

Frosty’s Frozen Five and Ten Mile Run

January 30, 2020

On Saturday, Jan., 25th, 2020, Hudson Gardens held Frosty's Frozen Five and ten-mile race that raised funds for Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. The co...

The Pinnacles Own Finalist

The Pinnacles Own Finalist

January 3, 2020

If you’ve been reading the Arapahoe Pinnacle for the last year or so, you probably have become familiar with Jason Truitt’s articles. He is one of the...

Creative Writing As a Creative Outlet

Creative Writing As a Creative Outlet

December 10, 2019

Creative writing is an opportunity to share words deep in your mind and spill them onto paper in the form of poems or fictional stories. Arapahoe Community...

Is Socialism On The Rise?

Is Socialism On The Rise?

Jaymes Grundmann, Editor-In-Chief

December 9, 2019

In the past, it was common for someone to be able to buy a home and support their partner and two children on their wages alone. They’d live comfortably...

Elevate at ACC Continues to Guide Intellectually Disabled Students

Elevate at ACC Continues to Guide Intellectually Disabled Students

December 9, 2019

According to Charity Aymami, an Elevate Academic Support Professional at Arapahoe Community College, before a student of hers was diagnosed with a learning disability, a former teacher of his told him he...