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Maria Orlova has been to quite a few fairs since being named Douglas County Rodeo Queen last year, but one left a particularly lasting impression on her. “The Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center put on this special event at the Pro Rodeo Hall … more
Members of the community will have an opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns over the proposed master-planned development known as The Promenade. The project — a proposed commercial and residential development on the north end of … more
At a special selection meeting July 19 at the Douglas County Justice Center, Kim Ransom was chosen to replace Jack Hilbert as the Republican nominee for the House District 44 seat. Ransom was elected by a majority on the first ballot. House … more
It's not often that a STEM-focused school can claim a thriving performing arts program. American Academy's two Douglas County campuses are perhaps showing the way to the future with the expansion of their visual and performing arts repertoire … more
A Douglas County agency hopes it can provide compassionate care for residents who have fallen on hard times — without the stigma attached. At the Strive to Thrive Resource and Service Fair July 28 at Parker’s PACE Center, locals who are in … more
Some innovative Douglas County teens are well on their way to becoming the future's leaders in technology. Technology Student Association members from Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch, Legend High School in Parker and Mesa Middle … more
Teacher and overall staff turnover in the Douglas County School District rose from 2012-13 to 2013-14, putting it at a level similar to the state as a whole. DCSD teacher turnover is up about 4 percentage points, from 13.26 percent in 2012-13 to … more
The recent approval of the Chatfield Reservoir Reallocation Project potentially means a partial solution to the state's water woes, but it definitely means some changes at the state park surrounding the dam. According to a statement from the Army … more
After a several-week review of the Douglas County School District's teacher-evaluation system, the Colorado Department of Education has found the district to be in compliance with the law. more
Carrie Buchan hopes they come home. As the program manager of the Castle Rock chapter of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, she hopes giving high school students strong local business connections and mentorship now means they will return to help … more
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