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Community involvement will be a driving force in the planned rejuvenation of the Colorado Horse Park. Colorado Equestrian Partners, an investment group comprising five families, finalized its purchase of the equestrian show venue south of Parker … more
The longest-standing objectors to the Douglas County School District’s education reform efforts repeat the same concerns now that they did from the start: The board of education and top administrators are too focused on their efforts to set a … more
It was basically like attending college, said Douglas County Undersheriff Holly Nicholson-Kluth. “You go to classes and do the physical fitness stuff during the day,” she said. “We would have speakers at night, and on the weekends, we took … more
A public gathering of five Colorado school board presidents sparked concern among some in Jefferson County who are uneasy about the direction their current school board may be heading. The Jan. 8 meeting at Jose O'Shea's restaurant in Lakewood … more
A popular Centennial park is undergoing a dramatic winter makeover. Crews placed a new pedestrian bridge Jan. 13 as part of a $640,000 project at Willow Creek Park. Willow Creek Park is a large South Suburban Parks-managed site in the Willow … more
They are managers of fraud investigations, homemakers and customer-account and marketing managers. But to the children they are assigned, they are a friend to play video games or watch movies with, a tutor for homework help or someone to take … more
Millions of young girls would love to write and perform songs that reach an audience, but not everyone puts in the time and dedication that Amanda May does. The 13-year-old singer-songwriter from Parker released her first song on iTunes last … more
ThunderRidge High School senior Brandon Lee was only three when his parents decided to immigrate from South Korea to the United States. He believes that decision provided him with a wealth of opportunities, which he hopes he can use to someday help … more
From “retweets” to “likes” and “shares,” how has social media and the Internet changed the way we measure our lives? And has that change led to negative and unintended consequences? At a Jan. 15 seminar at the Douglas County Events … more
In the first batch of proposed bills for the legislative session, Republicans wasted little time introducing repeals on state gun laws. Two separate measures were introduced in the state House, including House Bill 1050 and HB 1009. HB 1050 … more
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