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As a physical education teacher for 12 years, Molly Wright has always had her students' health in mind. Now it's their turn to look out for her. Wright suffered a series of complications including seizures and a stroke during the birth of her … more
It’s that time of the year again. Soon, a plethora of plastic, yellow rubber duckies will float their way down Plum Creek, under the I-25 bridge in Castle Rock on their way to the victory line. The highly anticipated race is the main event … more
In the six years Sara Crowe has been planning the Parker Days festival, she’s seen a lot of changes. “It’s growing, in all ways,” Crowe said of the 39-year-old festival that highlights the community it’s named for. This year’s Parker … more
Douglas County School District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen's decision to leave Colorado to take the same position in Humble, Texas, a district of 39,000 students outside Houston, has sparked … more
Going-out-of-business sales at all 450 Sports Authority retail locations were scheduled to begin by May 26. The sales mark the latest step in Sports Authority's bankruptcy filing. The sale was … more
The town council voted unanimously on May 16 to revise language in a parking ordinance to alleviate traffic and related problems in residential areas during special events. The impetus for the change is the “Let Freedom Sing” event, held at … more
As the senatorial primary election and the presidential election approach, Douglas County Clerk and Recorder Merlin Klotz wants residents to spend less time in line at polling places. In an email, Klotz said the easiest way for voters to make … more
On May 11, Legend High School junior Presley Batchelor won the honor of Student of the Quarter from the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club. “Presley is tenacious and persistent,” said Principal Jason Jacob. “If there are barriers or walls she … more
In a news release, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office gave residents advice on avoiding crimes of theft. “Crimes of opportunity,” in which a perpetrator hadn't planned a crime but takes advantage of a situation that presents itself, are … more
Nathan Elinoff has been in the theme park business for 34 years and has a display case packed full of thank you notes to prove it. He currently operates the Lollipop Park indoor facility at Family Sports Center in Centennial. But he has a bigger … more
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