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The Douglas County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit has grown to six K-9 and deputy teams, thanks to community donations and support. At 6 p.m. Sept. 24 in Castle Pines' Cielo Events Center the nonprofit Friends of Douglas County K-9 will host the fifth … more
New charter John Adams High School has found a location for its campus. According to board president Matthew Krol, the school has signed a letter of intent on a property located near South Chambers Road and E-470. “We said all along that we … more
Since Aug. 1 the Douglas County Sheriff's Office has received almost 100 reports of vehicle trespasses and 24 vehicle thefts, according to Sgt. Lori Bronner, department spokeswoman. Highlands Ranch and Parker have seen the highest increase of … more
Some parents and community members are criticizing the Douglas County School District for failing to put a bond measure on the November ballot to help pay for $275 million in construction and maintenance needs, such as replacing failing furnaces and air conditioning units and adding classroom space to address overcrowding. more
One of Pat Gallagher's favorite spots was the 13th hole at the Arrowhead Golf Club in Roxborough Park. After his death in the fall of 2014, the Men's Group at Arrowhead thought that his memory deserved to be preserved through a bench at the tee box … more
Because of increased bear activity in Waterton Canyon, Denver Water and Colorado Parks and Wildlife closed the canyon to public recreation until further notice. “With the increased bear activity and high volume of visitors to the canyon, … more
Area mayors are stepping up to help Colorado residents who are struggling to find a place to call home. On Aug. 5, the Metro Mayors Caucus launched the Landlord Incentive Program, “in recognition of the regional nature of the challenge of … more
Millennials flocking to Colorado for jobs and new, more liberal social policies. Baby boomers retiring in droves, looking to downsize. Those are just a couple of reasons there are long lines of prospective tenants at apartment leasing offices, … more
Seventeen-year-old Rachel Scott was the first victim of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, and she left behind diaries filled with inspirational words. Those interested in hearing about her legacy and message are encouraged to come to a … more
The Shopping Extravaganza at the Outlets at Castle Rock has grown steadily in both charities assisted and funds donated over the past 10 years. This year, the event, which will take place Sept. 19, has 21 area charities participating. That's the … more
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