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Former Douglas County Commissioner Jack Hilbert will continue to serve in an oversight role, monitoring the use of sales tax revenue and district monies used to fund improvements to Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The former commissioner, … more
Douglas County has a rich agricultural history and the citizen volunteers on the CSU Extension Advisory Council play a significant role in keeping those roots strong. Ronda Dudeck, of Sedalia, Sarah Faaborg, of Castle Rock, and Cathy Sullivan, of … more
Karl Neerhof didn't know he had suffered a stroke until his wife noticed a change in his speech pattern and reaction time. The Littleton man had been called into work late at night, two days before Thanksgiving in 2014. Then a driver for tour … more
The Douglas County commissioners renewed contracts with four aerial-based firefighting companies to prepare for the upcoming wildfire season. In a March 29 news release, the board announced new agreements with Heliqwest International Inc. and … more
A Centennial man faces a charge of first-degree murder following a shooting in an upscale subdivision. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, is being held without bond in the Arapahoe County jail in connection with the shooting that left one man — a well-known Centennial doctor — dead and two women wounded. more
For Rock Canyon High School art student Ethan Zehender, winning second place in Colorado's 4th Congressional District Art Competition means he's improving at his craft. “Last year, I got a jury award, so this is one up,” he said with a huge … more
Keith Carey is a gunsmith in Montrose, a town with a frontier flavor set amid the rocky mesas of western Colorado. He’s a staunch, though soft-spoken, defender of the right to bear arms. Yet now he’s also a willing recruit in a fledgling … more
When Mountain Vista Principal Mike Weaver took over the leadership of the high school during the 2011-12 school year, he knew what would be expected of him, thanks to help from his predecessor, Steve Johnson. “I had the honor and pleasure of … more
Teacher turnover in the Douglas County School District has risen above the state average, according to new data by the Colorado Department of Education. For the 2015-16 school year, the teacher turnover rate in the school district was 19.7 … more
A makeshift memorial of flowers and photos near a Centennial intersection paid tribute to two women killed in an automobile crash last week. The victims have been identified as Audrey Carolyn Burton, 77, and Gayle Brown Buckwalter, 82. Both were Centennial residents. more
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