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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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Dennis Yost wanted the Boy Scouts in Troop 88 to understand why the American flag deserves to be treated, and disposed of, with respect. “I wanted them to know that it's a living entity,” Yost said. “Just like the United States is a living … more
Douglas County School District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen announced Tuesday she is leaving to assume the top position in the Humble Independent School District in Texas, a district of 39,000 … more
Volunteers have been working for weeks to put the finishing touches on the arena and grandstands at Casey Jones Park in preparation for the Elizabeth Stampede, and with another successful Community Rodeo under its belt, the countdown has begun to … more
Joy. Disbelief. Honor. Mixed emotions were felt by the three Douglas County veterans who received medals May 17 at the Castle Rock American Legion meeting for their service during the Korean War. “I didn't think anybody even remembered … more
For Lone Tree resident and longtime cycler Susie Wargin, the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival is the kick-off to cycling season in the Front Range. “There are so many beautiful stretches,” said Wargin, who enjoys riding Roller Coaster … more
As William Holtzman, Chaparral's 16-year-old valedictorian, repeated throughout his commencement address, students at Chaparral are more than classmates. They are teammates. In a ceremony that focused on the students themselves, it was evident he … more
Eric Peter Henderson pleaded guilty May 18 to vehicular homicide and tampering with evidence, two of the five charges he faced in connection with the death of Colorado State Trooper Jaimie Jursevics. Sentencing is scheduled for June 28 at the … more
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