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Eighteen months ago, the space that is now Mountain Vista High School's STEM fabrication lab was a preschool. With a new and growing Technology Student Association chapter fueling interest in science, technology, engineering and math exploration, … more
The Safeway supermarket at the Willow Creek Shopping Center in Centennial is among nine of the grocery chain's stores in the metro area that will close next month. The stores that are closing June 13 “have not been profitable for quite some … more
The roots of racism are historic and tangled, and linked to recent police shootings of unarmed black men, pastor and Denver Freedom Riders' founder Anthony Grimes told a group of people at ThunderRidge High School on May 11. Grimes was the … more
Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock used examples from 2014 to underscore the dangers faced by deputies every day they put on the badge. One deputy wrestled a .45-caliber pistol from a man bent on suicide by cop. Another pulled two people from a … more
Two bills supported by the family of Claire Davis, who was slain at Arapahoe High School in December 2013, have passed the state Legislature and now await the signature of Gov. John Hickenlooper to officially become law. Michael and Desiree … more
Synergy HomeCare of Denver donated flowers to be delivered by Daisy Girl Scouts Troop 3933 and Boy Scouts from Troop 461 on May 8 at Orchard Park Health Care in Centennial. Children ages 5 to 8 went room-to-room hand-delivering colorful … more
As summer approaches, wildfires are in the forefront of many minds. At the Douglas County commissioners' meeting April 26, the county signed a pair of intergovernmental agreements that will allow the county access to state funds and assistance … more
People from across Douglas County celebrated the second annual Cowboy Ball to raise money for the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Foundation May 1 at the Douglas County Events Center. At this year's ball, former Douglas County Comissioner Jack Hilbert … more
The outgoing Littleton Public Schools superintendent said his community shares the Douglas County School Board's concerns about Colorado's school-funding formula, but decided it couldn't wait for help from the state. “This is not my district, … more
Douglas County School Board president Kevin Larsen strongly supported a school-funding measure in 2010, but now says the school district shouldn't rush to meet the increasingly narrow window of opportunity to put a similar issue on the November 2015 … more
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