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After a four-year hiatus, the Douglas County School Board is considering rejoining the Colorado Association of School Boards. Not all the board members are sold on the idea, discussed during the Oct. 21 meeting. Those who are say CASB's … more
Public outcry over a proposal to cut Call-n-Ride service in Parker and Highlands Ranch — along with more funding — convinced RTD’s board of directors to keep both bus lines. RTD … more
Extracting energy from oil shale is about to get a lot more eco-friendly, thanks to an innovative project being developed by a local company, and the Colorado School of Mines. Independent Energy Partners (IEP) of Parker held a press conference at … more
It's never too early for philanthropy to become a part of everyday life. Students at Ponderosa High School are getting all-encompassing lessons in how to create a positive impact on the other side of the world through a social studies class … more
With one week left before Election Day, Colorado Democrats in tight races leaned on the most popular Democrat in the country to rally support here – former President Bill Clinton. Clinton revved … more
The American Humanist Association filed a lawsuit against the Douglas County School District Oct. 22, alleging the district is engaging in religious fundraising events. The lawsuit comes after two previous warnings from the humanist group that such … more
Viewers of major cable news channels might have thought there was panic aboard a Mexico-bound cruise ship that was forced to turn back when it was announced that a passenger had handled a specimen from an Ebola patient. That wasn't the case, says … more
Lone Tree officials have found a way to add bike lanes to the city's busiest streets — which would resolve the longstanding concerns of cyclists who say the city now presents a geographic barrier and safety issue. Five-foot bike lanes could be … more
Much will be on the line when ballots are counted across the state next week, but one county in particular – and voters' reaction to controversies involving the school board there – could … more
Internet-based escape games have been popular online for more than a decade, but people who visit the Clue Room, a new entertainment business in Centennial, enjoy the experience live. “People really love role-playing,” said Todd Mata, who … more
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