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Jim and Carolyn Stubbert hadn’t spent the night in their apartment in nearly two weeks when they heard the news. The couple would not be going home — other than to pack their possessions. The situation reminded Jim Stubbert of the first … more
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For Sen. Cheri Jahn, the motivation is clear: To bring Colorado in line with a U.S. Supreme Court decision that makes it unconstitutional to sentence juveniles to life without parole and to allow for judicial discretion relating to circumstances … more
The Douglas County School District and the Colorado Department of Education have reached an agreement regarding a dispute over student-attendance calculations that resulted in $4.2 million being owed to the state. The money was sought for 1,100 … more
A fund has been established through the Arapahoe County Foundation in an effort to assist Littleton seniors who lost their homes after a recent apartment fire. "Many of these seniors have lived here for years and lack the financial resources to cope with this disaster," states a news release from Arapahoe County. more
A local celebrity, Canello, “the Porcupine Dog,” was euthanized on April 11. Deb Nabb, founder of the Parker group Missing Mutt Detectives, fostered Canello for the last two months after animal control officers captured the stray dog. He was … more
Volunteers began helping residents move their belongings out of Littleton's Southview Place Towers on April 21, two days after the seniors learned they would not be allowed to move back in because of … more
The Douglas County School District has purchased 10 semi-automatic long rifles to be used by the security staff in the event of an active-shooter situation. The purchase price for the guns was $12,300 and was approved by Superintendent Elizabeth … more
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South Suburban Parks and Recreation District recognized 10 volunteers at its April 13 meeting. The following people were honored for serving 50 hours or more last year: South Platte Park and Carson Nature Center volunteers Penny Ewald, Tom … more
A pair of free tours at 9:30 a.m. May 14 will give area history buffs the opportunity to learn about some of Douglas County’s first inhabitants — from the mammoths of prehistoric times to the pioneering homesteaders of the 1860s. The guided … more
The Student Government Association at Rocky Vista University in Parker conducted Mental Health Awareness Week at the campus April 4-8. Surveys at the university revealed that one of four students feared they would never graduate and 84 percent of … more
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