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“The opportunities that girls have in STEM fields so that girls can know that they can do anything they put their minds to. Although personally I am not going into a STEM field, I know that the skills that I have learned from being in a … more
Plans for the recreational use of the Rueter-Hess Reservoir are beginning to take shape, but packing up the family for a day of fun at the beach is still a long way off. On May 1, Parker Town Council unanimously approved an intergovernmental … more
Highlands Ranch resident Robert McAdam flew in a Boeing B-17 on a mission once in World War II — and he had to bail out over Nazi-occupied Austria. "I was 23 at the time, and I don't … more
As part of their effort to streamline public access to government data and services throughout the county, Douglas County officials pitched the school district on joining its Open Data Initiative, which lets consumers search for such information … more
About 75 supporters of Immigrant Pathways Colorado gathered at the Littleton Museum for conversation, lunch and inspiration on a sunny May 4 — and to hear stories of three IPC grantees. Susan Thornton spoke briefly about the organization’s … more
When Jay Martin was 13 years old and living in Nebraska, he answered the family phone to hear a state trooper explain his brother had been in a wreck and he needed to speak with Martin’s parents. Martin’s 19-year-old brother was killed in a … more
Organizers of the 2017 Douglas County Junior Livestock Show are inviting 4-H members, Future Farmers of America members and the public to attend this year’s event, scheduled for June 3 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 410 Fairgrounds … more
A common concern about online schools is whether students get the same opportunities to socialize as their peers in traditional ones. But they showed they can have just as much fun when students from four online schools recently enjoyed the … more
The Elizabeth Stampede gets an early start this weekend with its annual Community Rodeo at Casey Jones Park on May 20-21, where competitions are held with a focus on community participation. Lone Tree resident and real-estate broker Don Martin … more
A bill that increases penalties for drivers convicted of distracted driving passed the full Legislature on April 24 and is expected to be signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper at the end of May. Under the legislation, a law enforcement … more
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