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Jessica Allison is a journalism student at the University of Missouri who recently spent a few days working at the Courier learning the ins and outs of small town journalism. Have you seen smoke … more
Area residents enjoyed a day of free swimming at the ribbon-cutting celebration for Waterworks Aquatics Swim School on March 20. The school, located at 8980 Barrons Blvd., Highlands Ranch, offers its patrons private, semi-private, parent-and-me and … more
Alberta Development Partners, the group behind the construction of the new Promenade at Castle Rock, announced March 20 it has agreed to relocate the 75-100 prairie dogs still on the site. The colony at the development site, located between … more
Fox Creek Elementary sets sail on every school day under the slogan, “We are crew, not passengers.” Principal Brian Rodda is captain of the academic ship. “`Crew, not passengers' means we need each other to get to our destination, a crew of … more
Interest in income inequality is all the rage in public debate nowadays, with political figures from Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the left to Republican presidential prospect Jeb Bush on the right decrying the widening gap between the wealthy and … more
A group of bills called the “Frack Pack” announced last week by four Democratic congressmen would impose more stringent federal environmental regulations on a domestic petroleum industry lately suffering from its own success amid a persistent … more
Colorado lawmakers reached a deal last week on a standoff over how to pay for a program that lets immigrants get driver's licenses regardless of their legal status, an initiative that Democrats passed without Republican support two years ago. The … more
Colorado celebrated National Agriculture Day at the Capitol in Denver with food that showcased products grown and raised in the state. Chefs Danny Flanagan and Rhett Montague of Sanctuary Golf Club in Sedalia took part March 18, each preparing a … more
Colorado youths made a compelling presentation to state legislators on March 16, showing a young generation's attempt to address and mend statewide issues. The 40 members of the Colorado Youth Advisory Council made their annual policy … more
Senate committees last week approved two pieces of legislation dedicated to reforming the state's construction-defects laws. Proponents looking to reform the laws have argued that lessening the rigid process between homeowners who are seeking … more
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