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A construction defects reform bill that lawmakers had high hopes for is likely headed for defeat in the state House of Representatives after being assigned to the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on March 14. Senate Bill 156, … more
From March 10-12, the National Western Stock Show Complex in Denver hosted more than 150 events for thousands of horses and horse lovers alike during the 2017 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Throughout the weekend, nine arenas and event spaces … more
Each year, Douglas County School District teachers are spending about 1,035 hours of their time on non-instructional activities, according to a new survey commissioned by the district. District teachers are contracted for 185 days per year. This … more
A Castle Rock man has been arrested and named in an indictment that alleges he was a leader of a large-scale marijuana-trafficking ring that transported pot illegally grown at multiple locations on … more
When Christi Granato-Dexter’s son Aiden was saying 100 words at the age of 1, she knew he was learning at a faster rater than his peers. When it came time to choose a school, she decided on American Academy Charter School in Castle Pines. … more
Every year, four public high schools in Highlands Ranch spend weeks raising money for a nonprofit organization. The philanthropic effort goes far beyond dollars — it is an opportunity for students to show compassion. Rock Canyon, Mountain Vista … more
In light of recent tragedy in Highlands Ranch, a small group of people is meeting regularly to walk around neighborhoods and pray. “We thought this community could use God’s joy and comfort,” said David Dyrud, a Highlands Ranch … more
In addition to being a full-time college student at Colorado State University, 20-year-old Frank Davis has spent dozens of hours volunteering for MADD — Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The mission of MADD is to end drunken driving and support the … more
The Castle Pines Storm is a summer recreational swim league that breeds a love for the sport, coaches say. “I like to see how — especially with the 6 and unders — it can develop a love for swimming,” said Rachel Stanek, an assistant coach … more
North Star Academy Principal Kendra Hossfeld doesn’t allow students to take cellphones out of their backpacks at school, but she can’t keep the effects of technology and social media out of the hallways. Some children came to school feeling … more
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