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Family and friends remembered Carolyn “Cally” Vickers at a memorial service Oct. 3 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Centennial. Vickers, a resident of Castle Rock, passed away from natural causes Sept. 19 at her home in Indian Wells, … more
The state’s transportation leaders envision passenger rail systems statewide, an overall infrastructure that will change and improve with technology and more private investment used to fund vital future projects. Three of them spoke about the … more
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay marriage bans from seven states on Monday, paving the way for couples in some states to legally wed – including Colorado. Following the … more
All 64 county clerks in Colorado must begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay-marriage bans Oct. 6, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said. Douglas County Clerk and Recorder … more
Travis Sandlin, a registered sex offender, escaped from the Jefferson County Jail early Monday morning. The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office reported he may have been involved in a vehicle theft, a 2012 … more
Douglas County has become the first county in the state to offer electronically certified documents to its residents. “Douglas County was the first county in Colorado to receive an electronic document and now we're the first to offer certified … more
A new trail will connect Bayou Gulch Regional Park to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail. Douglas County Open Space director Cheryl Matthews said the new connector trail will go from Bayou Gulch Regional Park, located at 4815 Fox Sparrow Road south … more
The Douglas County School District and the Colorado Department of Education have a legal “difference of opinion” over the district's ability to use state legislation to opt out of a K-3 reading assessment. A department of education official … more
Five words that do not normally go together when talking about a government-backed project are: On time and under budget. But that feat was what state officials were hailing on Oct. 2 as part of a ceremony to mark the reopening of the Capitol … more
Jefferson County Board of Education's board majority — John Newkirk, Julie Williams and Ken Witt — voted to revamp the district’s current curriculum review practices Thursday, Oct. 2. “I’m … more
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