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Registration is now open for a state-backed poetry competition, and prospective participants have until Jan. 13 to decide whether to be — or not to be — part of the contest. The Poetry Out Loud competition is a program designed to give high … more
Some Ranch View Middle School students have been acting a little bit batty lately. They're rapping about bats, designing board games about bats, building bat habitats, writing newscasts about bats, interviewing experts about bats and advocating … more
Most Lone Tree residents didn't vote for the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District's mill levy increase, but they'll benefit from it regardless. Districtwide, about 53 percent of those who voted Nov. 4 approved South Suburban's 2-mill tax … more
The state House Democratic Caucus came together on Nov. 14 to elect a new leadership team that will be made up almost entirely of either minorities or women when lawmakers begin work in January. more
A state audit cites several areas of concern over the handling of cases within the state's child welfare system. The 260-page report lays out dozens of recommended fixes to “deficiencies” that were found in samplings of cases that were … more
A K-8 performing arts-themed charter school is moving slowly through the approval process, aiming for a fall 2016 opening. Parker Performing Arts School (PPAS) would accommodate 676 students, whose academic experience would include daily … more
A Highlands Ranch man charged with the murder of his wife entered a not-guilty plea in U.S. District Court in Denver on Nov. 12. The first-degree murder charge against Harold Henthorn, 58, stems … more
A unified Senate Republican caucus on Nov. 11 unanimously put in place a leadership team that will guide the chamber's new majority party through the next legislative session. more
When Bob Pasicznyuk reviewed the factors driving an ambitious plan to put Douglas County's libraries in position for the next two decades, something jumped out at him. “This county's thirst for physical books,” said Pasicznyuk, who took over … more
Armchair quarterbacking doesn't apply only to football fans — political junkies were doing it all of last week following the results of Election Day 2014. While many heaped praise on the two big winners from last week — Republican … more
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