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Television viewers have probably noticed in recent years that ads for prescription drugs contain more warnings about side effects than information about the product. Darby Brown, meanwhile, has built a team of pharmacy technicians, patient-care … more
To Jon Adams, bringing stability and a sense of calm to an emergency situation is “the greatest thing in the world.” Most people wouldn't last two minutes in his position. But Adams has become proficient enough to be named South Metro Fire … more
Multiple SkyView students participated at the Denver Metro Regional Engineering and Science Fair recently at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Nearly 80 students from a variety of schools competed at the March 5 event. Led by SVA chemistry … more
After four Douglas County students committed suicide in the span of 11 days earlier this year, two Highlands Ranch teens are responding by reaching out. Mountain Vista High School students Sean Harris and Jake Meyer, both 17, spent a day editing … more
Five years ago, Mountain Vista High School didn't have a Technology Student Association. Today, a case in the school's main hallway shines with medals earned by TSA members, who launched the group to a top spot in the Colorado TSA State … more
Some new moms who work at DISH Network say the company is violating not just the law, but their sense of dignity. “Several of your employees have reported that the arrangements for nursing mothers at DISH have forced them to pump in a bathroom, … more
Income taxes are higher for 2013. Those getting ready to file for last year are probably realizing this by now. Brackets went up and some deductions went down. Investments were profitable so some brokerage 1099s reported higher taxable earnings. … more
“So, are you thinking of killing yourself?” Uttering the words is painfully emotional, even within the safe confines of practicing them in a class like Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network's Mental Health First Aid. But asking the question … more
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear the Douglas County School District voucher case. It issued an order March 17 granting that request from several plaintiffs in the original 2011 filing. The case likely won't be heard until late summer or early fall, an attorney working for one of the plaintiffs said. ... more
After two years on a block schedule, Mountain Vista High School will return to the more traditional class periods for the 2014-15 academic year. At least four other Douglas County School District … more
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