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When a judge ruled that the Douglas County School District violated campaign-finance law in the lead-up to the November school board race, the decision left the board intact and the district was not fined for its actions. But DCSD has moved to … more
Robert “Bob” Pasicznyuk, who had a reputation for changing the face of a library with technology tools, was hired in 2004 when Jamie LaRue, now retired, was Douglas County Libraries' executive director. Then in 2009, Pasicznyuk — pronounced … more
A Republican-sponsored effort to delay implementation of controversial new standardized school testing mandates failed in a legislative committee on Feb. 13. The federal Common Core State … more
Four Douglas County teens were lost to suicide in less than two weeks — a number equal to the total of teen suicides in the county in 2013. The deaths recorded between Jan. 31 and Feb. 11 appear unrelated and do not point to copycat … more
Investors are not likely to be successful if they view their portfolio as something that needs to perform every day. This age of instant gratification and constant information has trained us to focus on the wrong calendar. Instead of worrying … more
Law enforcement officials say there is no imminent danger, but patrols are being increased at three local schools in response to rumored threats. An initial threat was stated earlier this week on … more
Former Lone Tree Police Chief Steve Hasler is running for sheriff in Pueblo County. Hasler, Lone Tree's first chief, served from the department's 2004 launch until his controversial August 2012 firing. Hasler, who worked for the Pueblo County … more
A contentious House floor debate preceded the Feb. 13 passage of a bill that aims to shine a light on school board members' private discussions. House Bill 1110 would expand current law that … more
The body of a Highlands Ranch man was found in the Colorado backcountry on Tuesday morning, almost 24 hours after he went missing during an avalanche. Kevin Kuybus, 46, was skiing with a friend … more
More Colorado school children would be eligible for free lunch at school, under a bill that passed a House committee on Feb. 10. Right now, kids who qualify for the state's reduced lunch program … more
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