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Pete Mazula exudes a curious combination of joy and fierceness. Both are inspired by the students at Mountain Ridge Middle School, where the 60-year-old Mazula has spent 10 years as a security specialist. “I can’t even begin to tell you how … more
Since 1919, League of Women Voters members have been meeting to discuss the many aspects of local, state and national government: legislation, ballot issues and background information a voter needs to make wise decisions. The nonpartisan … more
The Douglas County School District is inviting parents to help it protect their children. A series of forums, triggered by the loss of several students to suicide and other 2014 incidents, are planned this month. The series, “Safeguarding … more
The expansion of a job-growth incentive tax credit is gaining momentum at the Legislature. Under current law, businesses can earn income tax credits over a five-year period for every job they create in Colorado. The new bill would expand the … more
The potential health impacts of oil and gas operations among Front Range residents will be studied, under a bill that is making its way through the Legislature. But increased costs to the legislation that were added during a recent House … more
A bill that seeks to provide tuition relief for out-of-state American Indian students will be scaled back because of difficulties over the cost assessment of the legislation, according to the bill … more
The artwork of more than 2,000 Douglas County School District students and teachers is featured in the DCSD Art Show at the Outlets at Castle Rock. The pieces will be on display from April 10-13. An artist's reception is from 5 to 8 p.m. April … more
Thai Orchids' manager Lyn Tran is tired of telling her customers "no" when they ask for a drink with dinner; she's even more discouraged when some of them choose to eat elsewhere. A change to Lone Tree's liquor code means Tran soon will be able … more
One way or another, the state will soon free up money to get an unfunded aerial firefighting fleet off the ground. The governor's office and legislative leaders are on board with a spending plan … more
The Douglas County School District's second Board Unplugged meeting lasted nearly three hours, and was punctuated by raised voices, frequent interruptions and philosophical clashes, but it ended on a … more
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