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Lori Kingman has a son in sixth grade at STEM School and Academy. As of last week, her daughter, who's in fourth grade, also attends the Highlands Ranch charter school. “My son has been going there for the past year and he has had a great … more
Lauren “LoLo” Shafer had sung for friends and classmates, but never in front of the entire school. “I’m kind of nervous but, overall, really excited,” she said before the performance. “I have sung for my friends at like birthday … more
The parents of a Colorado man reported killed fighting against the Islamic State group says their son joined Kurdish forces to “fight the evil that is ISIS.” Jordan MacTaggart, 22, was believed to be killed on Aug. 3 while fighting in a squad … more
Thanks to the recently passed county law that sharply reduces the number of marijuana plants that can be grown in a home, a Highlands Ranch family is looking forward to a return to normalcy in their neighborhood. “It'll be nice for my daughter … more
Steve Tarr moved to Parker 15 years ago, and it didn't take him long to learn that perhaps no other topic stokes as much controversy and concern in Colorado as water. “I'm from Michigan originally, so we have a lot more water than Colorado … more
The average composite ACT score of juniors in the Douglas County School District rose from 21.9 in 2015 to 22.5 in 2016. The state's 2016 average composite score is 20.4, according to results … more
Caregivers who grow medical marijuana in unincorporated Douglas County will no longer be able to grow up to 99 plants. An ordinance given final approval by the Board of Douglas County … more
Conservation, improved efficiency and a shift to renewable water supplies is securing the economic and environmental future for Douglas County businesses and residents, according to a report released Aug. 9 by the South Metro Water Supply … more
The Lone Tree City Council and the public got their first look at a preliminary plan for the development of the area east of I-25 known as RidgeGate East at a council study session on Aug. 2. The 2,400-acre site extending from Lincoln Avenue to … more
With nearly a dozen patrol cars parked outside the Chick-fil-A on the morning of Aug. 3, commuters on County Line Road might have wondered if something might be wrong at the restaurant, but inside, all was well. Residents, officers from the Lone … more
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