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Jordan Smith, a fifth-grade student from Golden View Classical Academy in Golden, stood on the steps of the state Capitol and spoke about her school and the opportunities it provides. She said she … more
Lauren Meighan started volunteering at the Vertile Foundation — a home for orphaned and abandoned youth in Carrefour, Haiti — in 2010 following the disastrous earthquake that displaced about 1.5 million people. She has been visiting once or … more
The accident was six years ago, but for 10-year-old Daniel Velasquez the fear and anxiety he felt after he and his mother were sideswiped by a truck are fresh in his memory. “I was knocked unconscious and he was in the car seat behind me,” … more
During his election campaign, President Donald Trump spoke often about deportation plans for undocumented immigrants and keeping a close eye on the Islamic community. But after Trump’s win in November, police departments in cities like Denver … more
More than 200 residents of a Lone Tree neighborhood have raised objections to the Douglas County School District’s approval of the purchase of a nearby building that will serve as home to the district’s evening high school program. A number … more
Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock has donated $25,000 from money confiscated in drug deals and other organized crimes to a Douglas County School District program that combats teen suicide and bullying. Sources of Strength,which seeks to … more
An institution of higher education could soon find itself within the Lone Tree city limits. On Jan. 10, a petition was filed for Lone Tree to annex the CU South Denver property at 10035 S. Peoria St. into the city. The building is currently … more
While most south metro area lawmakers are holding off on comment on state Rep. Joe Salazar’s pending bill that would, among other things, protect Colorado’s undocumented immigrants from federal law enforcement, some are already lining up in … more
Kirk Wilson raised his right hand before a room filled with family, friends, city leaders and new co-workers, as he was sworn in to his new position as Lone Tree's police chief. “I, Kirk Wilson, do solemnly swear to support the Constitution of … more
Sue Zloth of Castle Pines attended the Women's March on Denver side-by-side with her wife, Sue Fraley. The couple married in 2015 after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage. They've been together for 27 years. “I feel like we're … more
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