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The Consular Corps Celebration on June 22 was a chance for people to connect with Colorado leaders as well as representatives of international markets. It was the first formal event held at the new AMG National Trust Bank headquarters facility in … more
When Eugene Sanders heard last week about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex couples had the right to marry nationwide, he was working at his part-time job, which tempered his response. “I couldn’t really react the way I wanted … more
A cycling event in Douglas County is confronting an issue silenced by closed doors. There is strength in numbers at the Tour de Ladies, an annual women-only charity ride with 30-mile and 62 ½-mile routes. It has raised nearly $17,000 in the last … more
The Douglas County Emergency Telephone Service Authority has announced the ability to send a text message to 911 as an integrated service to its network and equipment. Texting to 911 provides accessibility to the hearing- and speech-impaired … more
Heavy rain and snow melt have have led to high waters and fast currents at many of the bodies of water in the Denver metro area and throughout Colorado. In recent weeks, several people have lost their lives as a result of water accidents, … more
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled against the Douglas County School District's choice scholarship program, agreeing with a lower court that it violates the state constitution. But district leaders … more
It's not in your head. Driving to work in the Denver metro area can be a hassle, and people are taking slightly longer to get to their jobs than the national average commute time. People with jobs in Lakewood, Denver and Aurora who drive alone … more
Action: Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Grant application for 2015. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has determined that the funding would best be utilized for the purchase of an M-Vac System for a total amount of $19,096. The DCSO Crime Lab is … more
Wearing a khaki visor labeled “The Honey Gal” and a giant smile, Debra Ann Rivera called out to the crowd as she squirted whipped caramel honey onto wooden sticks for visitors to try. “I've got Colorado honey!” Rivera calls herself the … more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors recognized Jim Priddy, director of parks and open spaces, for his 42 years of service during its June 10 meeting. “Priddy is widely respected by his peers,” reads a statement … more
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