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Brandon McGee has a smile that conveys the love exuding from his heart. But it wasn't until he met Sally Allen and Dr. Yvette Killingsworth that his smile looked its best. While riding his bike as a child, McGee, now 29, was struck by a car and … more
More than 80 people from all walks of life recently rubbed elbows in a packed conference room at the Parker Valley Hope residential treatment facility, celebrating 20 years of treating individuals battling substance abuse in the Denver area. The … more
An ordinance being considered by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners would limit the number of marijuana plants being grown at a primary residence. The three commissioners voted unanimously July 12 to put regulations on growing, cultivating … more
Natalie Brzezinski, 18, wants a summer job — she is trying to save money for her first year of college. But with more than one month of summer already gone, she has yet to hear from the five places to which she's applied. “I feel like my age … more
The Douglas County Land Conservancy is hosting afree, guided hike and picnic, scheduled for 6 p.m.to 10 p.m. on July 20 at Prairie Canyon Ranch Open Space, 4620 S. Highway 83, Franktown. The event will feature a photography workshop from amateur … more
Douglas County is seeking alternates to serve on the county planning commission for Districts I and II. Commissioners are citizen volunteers that assist the Board of County Commissioners by adopting and certifying the county's master plan, … more
Eligible disabled veterans who want assistance applying for their free initial set of license plates can now schedule an appointment at the Douglas County Motor Vehicle Division office in Lone Tree. “This is great news that our veterans can now … more
Mallory Pugh displays a professional, no-frills attitude whether she is scoring a goal or delivering an assist in a soccer match. So her reaction July 12 to being named a forward on the U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer team for the Summer Games in Rio … more
Parker resident Nate Becker recognized the seeming futility of opposing the construction of the high-voltage power lines that will run through the downtown corridor area and 10 Parker neighborhoods. Still, he pleaded with town council, "be our … more
Members of the Southeast Metro Strike Team helped the Boulder Office of Emergency Management battle the Cold Springs Fire near Nederland over the weekend. The team is composed of firefighters from South Metro Fire Rescue, the Aurora Fire … more
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