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The Douglas County commissioners approved $175,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds for the Douglas/Elbert Task Force for building renovations July 14. The money will go toward the instillation of a new fire alarm system and the creation … more
The Douglas County commissioners approved two contracts with the Denver Regional Council of Governments that will provide services for the county’s senior population. The first was a contract for $75,000 for adult day services, with a required … more
From 6 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 4, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the 2015 annual National Night Out celebration. The nationwide event brings citizens of Douglas County and other places together with law enforcement and emergency … more
Heidi Bowman, of Castle Pines, was appointed July 14 by the Douglas County commissioners to fill a vacancy on the county’s Cultural Council. Bowman, who also volunteers with Fresh Harvest Food Bank in Lone Tree, will serve the remainder of a … more
If you ate at a Colorado Chili's on July 19, you probably noticed the waiters were a little more dressed up than usual. Some of them even had guns, badges and handcuffs around their waist. For the second year, Chili's and local law enforcement … more
Longtime Littleton author Caroline Randolph MacLachlan Stutson died on June 18. She was 74. A funeral service was held on June 23 at Littleton United Methodist Church. She was a onetime elementary school teacher and librarian at Littleton's … more
Six students from STEM School and Academy in Highlands Ranch built a payload and flew it aboard a 25-foot rocket in Pueblo on July 18. The payload is a 2-meter, 2-pound Automatic Packet Reporting System beacon that transmits radio frequencies to … more
Larry Cloos, 52, is addicted to saving lives. On the morning of July 14, the Highlands Ranch resident lounged back as Bonfils Blood Center technicians checked his vitals, with his 6-year-old son, Roman, clinging to his leg. Cloos squeezed a mini … more
An organization that no longer exists will be honored for its contribution to the Douglas County community. The Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation has selected the Young Farmers and Homemakers Association of Douglas County as this … more
Citing scant research, Colorado health officials voted against adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of ailments eligible for treatment with medical marijuana. The 6-2 vote on July 15 came despite a recommendation from Colorado's … more
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