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The mood was somber and the details were sobering at a Dec. 3 ceremony at the Colorado Capitol, marking the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, in which dozens of American Indians were … more
Over 500 people waited anxiously for the launch of Orion, only to leave the Denver Museum of Nature and Science disappointed this morning.After multiple delays due to wind and other issues, Orion … more
A new flight education and technology center broke ground Dec.1 at Centennial Airport, with the promise of becoming a “launch pad for learning.” The $21 million Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight Education and Technology Center is … more
The stereotypical image of a somber artist painting in quiet isolation is nowhere to be found at Painting with a Twist. At the new Lone Tree business, which opens Dec. 4, art is created in a party atmosphere. The company combines painting with … more
Ryan Stone pleaded not guilty in a Douglas County courtroom Dec. 1 to all charges filed against him in connection with a multi-county, high-speed March 12 chase. Stone's case will go to trial, which is expected to last two weeks, starting April 21 … more
Temperatures in the teens changed the location but didn't dampen the holiday spirit during the Lone Tree Art Center Guild's annual tree lighting ceremony. The Nov. 30 event, planned in the Terrace Theater outside the Lone Tree Arts Center, moved … more
The Regional Transportation District will host a public meeting Dec. 11 in Littleton to gather input on proposed changes to its current fare structure. The meeting is at 6 p.m. at Bemis Library, 6014 S. Datura St. RTD and consultant CH2M HILL are … more
Among the planned expenditures on the 2015 Douglas County budget is a $6.2 million driving facility that would be used to train law enforcement as well as the county's public works staff and possibly others. The money will go toward acquiring the … more
The disturbing details of the case were enough to leave an impression on anyone who followed the story of four boys removed from a neglectful home in Denver. That anyone could mistreat children in such a way reverberated with Tina Lewis. The … more
Teachers at a Castle Rock elementary school told the school board they are seeing the results of a new style of teaching. “We're not the sage on stage anymore,” said Nancy Mann, a third-grade teacher at Sage Canyon Elementary. “We're guides … more
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