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How often does one have the chance to meet a friendly wolf? A pair of wolves will stop by the Liniger Building at CU South Denver from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 7 to mark the beginning of the Iditarod, the “last great race on Earth,” said … more
Jennifer Griffin said the news of her 6-year-old son’s cancer diagnosis felt like a punch in the stomach. “All the air goes out of you,” the Parker mom said. “You can’t breathe.” Jeremy Griffin was diagnosed with lymphoblastic … more
Rock Canyon High School gets the spotlight for its record-setting Make-A-Wish Foundation Wish Week totals, but it’s hardly the only Douglas County High School that raises money for Make-A-Wish or other organizations. In 2015, Make-A-Wish … more
This is not your grandma’s League of Women Voters, say Marlu Burkamp, Jo Feder and Maggi Markey. They are three of the 103 members — three of whom are men — of what was the Arapahoe County unit. It recently expanded and is now the League of … more
Do you know which election district you live in? It may have changed. The Castle Rock Election Commission was tasked with re-evaluating the town’s election districts to offset growth in certain areas of town and maintain voter balance. At a … more
Cowboys risked life and limb Feb. 28 at the 3 Annual Castle Rock Bulls event at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Bulls from around the country were brought in for the event that saw both children and adults compete. Seventy-five riders competed for … more
As protesters stood at Founders Parkway and Factory Shops Boulevard — waving signs and shouting at drivers to help save the prairie dogs — a few hundred yards behind them exterminators were already laying traps. The grass-roots campaign, … more
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A ban on red-light cameras and speed-van enforcement passed its first test Feb. 25 in the Colorado General Assembly. But a long afternoon of testimony showed the topic is as divisive as ever. In Colorado, 12 cities use the traffic-enforcement … more
Mental health experts say the case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer's patient suspected of killing his roommate at an assisted living facility in Lakewood is rare and shows the difficulty of caring for those with the unpredictable disease, even for the … more
Any attempt to give local governments more control over oil and gas drilling in Colorado must protect the rights of people who own underground mineral rights, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Feb. 27. Some people have owned or leased those rights for … more
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