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The often-divided Douglas County School District community is rallying in favor of a common idea: raising taxes. "This is a first for me," said board of education President Meghann Silverthorn. … more
In a move to support local artists, the University of Colorado South Denver campus hosted an event, Sips, Sights & Sounds, on Feb. 24 that drew interest from wine, music and art enthusiasts around the south metro Denver area. While attendees … more
Colorado Community Media reporter Stephanie Mason interviewed Robert Golden, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, about the impact of rising home prices on the … more
Drumming his fingers on his shirtsleeve, an emotional Dan Brite looked into the eyes of the man who saved his life to thank him. "Dr. Bertocchi literally held my heart in his hands while he massaged it back to life," the Douglas County Sheriff's … more
While mayors around the metro area are backing a state legislative effort restricting construction defects lawsuits that they say discourage the building of attainable housing — such as condominiums and townhomes — critics say it would take away … more
Londa Mull isn't your typical couch surfer. “I'm technically homeless, and I chose this,” she said with a smile. After her four adult children moved out, Mull, a 50-year-old former real estate broker's assistant, began looking for a … more
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 A dog was shot and killed shortly after 5 p.m. March 1 near a walking trail in the Canterberry neighborhood of Parker. According to Lt. Chris Peters, Parker Police Department officers … more
The day was a flurry of red, white and blue. There were cheers, and sometimes, jeers. Chants including "USA! USA! USA!" and "Build that wall!" at times drummed out the day's speakers. At … more
Carrie Glassburn stood in a conference room in the PACE Center in front of a projected photo of a homeless man holding a cardboard sign that reads “Starving Artist.” “What kind of reaction do you get when you tell people you’re … more
Gretchen Simon and Timi Aguilar want to talk to their congressional representatives. About health care. About immigration. About women’s rights. The women, both members of Douglas County’s Indivisible, a grassroots movement opposing President … more
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