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A pair of funding measures that will provide schools with nearly $500 million in new revenue passed the House with bipartisan support last week. Although the bills received Republican votes, several House GOP members raised concerns that the … more
A bill that would create a felony DUI in Colorado is gaining momentum at the Capitol. The House on April 10 gave initial approval to legislation that would require prison time for drunken drivers who rack up their third DUI in a seven-year … more
At first glance, the drama played out on the Rock Canyon High School stage April 11 might have been mistaken for a high school play. But the judges attired in black robes, attorneys in dark suits and handlebar mustachioed bailiff were real — … more
It took Republican delegates just one ballot over the weekend to pick from a crowded field of hopefuls looking to challenge Gov. John Hickenlooper this November - and one candidate in particular … more
Students at Castle Rock's Renaissance Expeditionary Magnet School hope the free-standing library they opened near a community park inspires smiles along with imagination. On April 9, they stocked the single shelf of the Little Free Library, … more
Shawndra Fordham refuses to set limits for her students or herself. That's likely the attitude that earned her third place among hundreds vying for a coveted national science teachers' award. The Rock Canyon High School biology and biotechnology … more
Although robotics is not a big component of an American education, Douglas County-based nonprofit Ameribotics is trying to change that. “Literally everything has been touched by a robot,” executive director Randy Menzer said. “Your fridge … more
Respect Mother Earth. Honor those who came before you and serve you. Honor the Great Creator, Jesus, Jehovah or whomever you pray to. Respect your neighbors and their cultural differences. “Just because they may pray in a different way to a … more
A national retailer has again picked the south metro area as the site of one of its first Colorado locations. Conn's, which sells home appliances, furnishings and electronics, has announced it will open a store in Centennial on April 26. The … more
Former state Sen. Mike Kopp posed a question that largely encapsulates the Republican attitude going into gubernatorial and congressional elections later this year. “Are you better off than you were seven years ago?” Kopp asked a room full of … more
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