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Many Coloradans take to the trails to enjoy fall colors and get some exercise before winter's arrival, but a recent trip to the great outdoors was serious business for students at Rocky Vista University. During the first week of November, a … more
On a recent morning, Lela Perkins worked to organize shoebox donations piled up at a booth near the front entrance of her Parker church. Inside each box were toothbrushes, toothpaste, school supplies, soap, hard candy and stuffed … more
Most people wouldn’t think to look for innovative technology and wellness treatments in one of Parker’s oldest buildings, but that’s what’s in store at Parker Day & Med Spa. The spa, at 19767 Pikes Peak Ave., blends the old and the new in … more
The City of Lone Tree has selected three finalists for police chief from among 78who applied for the position, which has been open since Jeffrey Streeter retired in June. “We need to have somebody who understands our community now, but also … more
Douglas County is encouraging housing developers to use more renewable water sources. The county held a late afternoon public workshop on Nov. 14 for proposed changes to the county's water zoning plan. Conversation was diligent and thorough, … more
Bright sunshine and a clear blue sky were an appropriate backdrop for the Douglas County School District's presentation of three environmentally-friendly buses as part of a sustainability plan to make a brighter, cleaner future for its … more
A lawyer for the American Humanist Association argued in a courtroom Nov. 16 that the Douglas County School Disrict has a track record of promoting Christian causes, violating the Constitution. A school district lawyer countered that no students … more
As part of a five-part, 3-D exhibit on mental illness she created for her high school senior project, Olivia Stewart crafted hard wire protruding from a red velvet heart wrapped in a cement pair of lungs. She called it "Anxiety." When Stewart … more
The Douglas County Board of Education voted 7-0 to rescind its School Choice Grant Program Nov. 15 because of rising concerns about the cost of defending it against ongoing legal challenges. With … more
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Joy Johnson, who has lived in Castle Rock for five years, expressed dismay when asked what a Donald Trump presidency means to her. “Not a very positive one, being African American,” she said Nov. 10, two days after the general … more
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