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Inter-Faith Community Services makes a habit of counting on community support for its Thanksgiving outreach and this year is no exception. “We will need help to provide all the items that will go into the Thanksgiving food boxes,” said IFCS … more
When it became clear Taylor Llewellyn would never recover from the trauma sustained in an Oct. 22 head-on crash, her mother gave her one final directive. "When I said goodbye, I leaned down, kissed her and said, 'Baby, go save lives'," Nicolle Llewellyn said. more
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There will be no need for manicure appointments this week for the four candidates involved in Colorado's gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races — because Election Night is expected to be a real nail-biter. “This is one of the most exciting … more
Douglas County School Board members are debating a change to their charter school application process, but one board member said the timing of their discussion gives the appearance of favoritism. Meghann Silverthorn said her concern stems from … more
A charter high school that eventually would accommodate 1,500 students is aiming for a fall 2015 opening. Backers of John Adams High School have signed a letter of intent to purchase the now-vacant Highlands Ranch campus of Denver Christian Schools, … more
The 2014 Candidate Forum at the Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center on Oct. 23 provided an opportunity for a dialogue between those running for office and voters. The 12 candidates — four … more
About one-fifth of Douglas County's students don't attend their neighborhood school, but instead travel to a charter, magnet or alternative school; are home-schooled; or take online classes. “All of our schools are great, but all of our schools … more
In the days leading up to his murderous rampage at Arapahoe High School, Karl Pierson showed photos of a shotgun to fellow students. "Some of the students believed that Karl bought the shotgun … more
Lone Tree Mayor Jim Gunning made the ceremonial cut of the ribbon for the iFLY indoor skydiving facility's grand opening on Oct. 17. more
The first change-of-command ceremony in the history of the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority marked the retirement of Chief Dan Qualman and the beginning of a new era under Bob Baker. The ceremony Oct. 16 at the Lone Tree Arts Center was steeped … more
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