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Colorado’s law allowing terminally ill patients to seek life-ending drugs is quietly underway, with an estimated 10 prescriptions filled since voters approved the practice last year, advocates say. Compassion & Choices, the national … more
Husband and wife Jim and Kate Curtis opened Village Roaster, a coffee store in Lakewood, 23 years ago. Some employees have been with them for five to 10 years, others are seasonal high school and college students. But although they describe their … more
Harvesting a deer or elk in the wrong Game Management Unit is not only illegal, it can be very expensive. Consider the experience of an Oklahoma couple hunting in southwest Colorado. A Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer drove into their camp … more
The field is shaping up for November's Douglas County School District Board of Education election. In the quest for four seats, six candidates were officially registered as of July 10, including a slate of four contenders who call themselves … more
A woman and her 5-year-old daughter walking on a sidewalk in a Highlands Ranch park recently came across a chalk-scrawled image of a swastika and words spelling “Kill the Jews.” In Lakewood, following the recent terrorist attacks in … more
Parker residents are happy about where they live, but concerns about the performance of the town council and management of the town’s growth are on the rise, according to the town’s 2017 Citizen Survey. “Overall, the survey results were … more
The Douglas County School District was cleared of wrongdoing in a lawsuit dating to 2013 following a Colorado State Supreme Court ruling July 3. The court reviewed a court of appeals' conclusion … more
Over the June 30 weekend, thousands of nerds, geeks, fanboys, fangirls and creators filled the halls of the Colorado Convention Center for Denver Comic Con. Visitors were able to peruse aisles of comics, drawings, memorabilia, and interactive … more
The Colorado Agriculture Leadership Foundation strives to keep people connected to agriculture. Especially, CEO Brooke Fox said, in Douglas County, which was historically grounded in the industry but has become increasingly urbanized. That’s … more
When he was 9 years old, Alec Greven published “How to Talk to Girls,” a book that has since been translated into multiple languages, earned him a visit to the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” and generated a yearly income for him since its 2008 … more
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