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The new Lone Tree Library took a break from construction Jan. 15 to show off its progress to the public. Jon Clark, Fransen Pittman's superintendent in charge of construction, hosted a barbecue lunch for the workers and visitors. The new branch … more
A new pediatric emergency room at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree will cater to children and their families. The emergency room is attached to the hospital and connected near the recently added women's health building. The pediatric-only … more
Angel Meza, divorced with four children, was living in a subsidized apartment near downtown Denver when she found out she qualified for a Habitat for Humanity home. “It really changed my life in so many ways,” she said. “Home ownership was … more
Tax statements are being mailed to Douglas County residents the week of Jan. 18, and many will notice a hike in their property taxes due to an increase in property values. Per state law, homes in Colorado are reappraised every other year in … more
A million Colorado voters are unaffiliated and, by law, unable to vote in primary elections, according to Building a Better Colorado, a nonpartisan coalition of Coloradans that was formed last spring. “There's a growing disconnect between … more
Three separate and independent reports have concluded there were failures in the Arapahoe High School administration's handling of Karl Pierson in the months and even years before Dec. 13, 2013. That was the day he walked through a door, which … more
Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert stood with 70 of his counterparts inside the jam-packed rotunda in the state Capitol on Jan. 11, urging legislators to untangle what Ewert calls the “Gordian knot” that is school finance in … more
A Falcon man received a 24-year prison sentence in connection with a drunken-driving incident and vehicle pursuit that sparked a fire along southbound Interstate 25. Garrett Dean Neugebauer, 42, was sentenced on Jan. 15 by Douglas County Judge … more
State officials avoided possible student panic and further controversy by delaying the switch from the ACT to the SAT for high school juniors until 2017. The move to the SAT had been scheduled to begin this spring but was pushed back until the … more
A national organized crime ring has been linked to recent thefts in the south metro area. The Felony Lane Gang, based in south Florida, is suspected of three crimes in Centennial last month, … more
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