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The environmental impact study required to build the reservoir revealed artifacts from old civilizations of hunter-gatherers who once called the area home. The evidence — found both on the surface and beneath the soil in 2005 — included pit … more
Parker Town Council unanimously approved a use-by-special-review application that allows a drug and alcohol treatment house to stay in a residential neighborhood. Council members, however, voiced their displeasure in approving the sober-living … more
The proposed expansion of what is now the Arapahoe County Enterprise Zone would extend it into Douglas County and more than double the size of the area included in the zone. “The proposal is to expand the enterprise zone to include all of … more
There are plenty of cures for the summertime blues in Parker. With expanding opportunities for interactive fun, it has become much easier for kids to make the most out of their break from school. Having vastly improved its summer camp offerings … more
An organization that no longer exists will be honored for its contribution to the Douglas County community. The Colorado Agricultural Leadership Foundation has selected the Young Farmers and Homemakers Association of Douglas County as this … more
Citing scant research, Colorado health officials voted against adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of ailments eligible for treatment with medical marijuana. The 6-2 vote on July 15 came despite a recommendation from Colorado's … more
Blair Hubbard's addiction to heroin began with the prescription painkillers she got after getting her wisdom teeth removed. The 34-year-old Denver resident took more than the recommended dose once and she found that she liked the feeling she … more
Jurors needed only 12 hours to reject the idea that James Holmes was legally insane when he opened fire on a packed movie theater, bringing relief to the families of the dozen people he killed and scores he injured three years ago. Now, the jury … more
Environmentalists and the energy industry have fought decisive battles over fracking in New York, Oklahoma and Texas, but the outcome is unclear in Colorado, where the issue could go to a ballot fight in the 2016 election. A task force convened … more
While traveling in space, even minor accidents can turn deadly. For years, scientists have been working to find solutions for this problem: what do you do in an emergency when the nearest hospital is days away? A recent collaboration between U.S. … more
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