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As the Douglas County School Board continues to approve more charters for next school year, is there a need? The district already has most curricular areas covered with the various charters and … more
Sometimes situations or events occur that are completely outside of our control. We are living in a world surrounded by such situations and events every day, and unfortunately that means we are also … more
I was in sixth grade the first time I heard about bullying. One of my classmates at Acacia Elementary in Fullerton, California, had a brother at the junior high school I would be attending the … more
This community is so awesome when it comes to giving back. The fundraising events, the donations, and the giving of time, talents, and resources never cease to amaze me. Yet what amazes me more is … more
I could spend the next 500 words in gentle reminders about barking dogs, or I could keep it simple and tell you to do something about it. It's annoying and disrespectful. Arf. Most dogs come … more
We have been led to believe that good health can be found at the pharmacy or in the supplement aisle. When we experience aches and pains, fatigue or lack of sleep, we head to our doctor who generally … more
The 2017 session of the Colorado General Assembly has come to an end. It has truly been an honor to represent you and thank you for all of your support. I have tried my best to vote for what is right … more
The recent petition move to elect a mayor for the Town of Castle Rock is a failure in understanding the home rule charter and the role of mayor. Under the rules of the charter, the mayor has no more … more
Catholic Charities of Central Colorado, first established in 1968, is approaching 50 years of serving people of all walks of life who are in need. In May 2013, Catholic Charities opened an office to … more
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