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When Arma Dei Academy opened in a church basement in 2012, it had just nine students — seven of them children of the Christian school's board members. Just two years later, the K-8 school started the 2014-15 academic year with 67 students … more
In the comfortable manner of longtime acquaintances, the men and women greet one another with warm smiles, swapping updates on family members, sharing stories of their summer vacations. But the twice-monthly morning gathering of The Team at the … more
Could revised ballot language and a “human face” approach to this year's version of a personhood amendment pay dividends for backers — or is the measure destined to fail like previous efforts? The last three efforts to pass a constitutional … more
Ivette Bartra's husband is Canadian and speaks five languages. His job requires them to move quite often, so Bartra, of Peru, likes learning about new cultures and meeting new friends through Practice Your English sessions. Monica Ceja was a … more
Trying to make sense of multiple — and wildly conflicting — governor's-race polling results released on Sept. 17 was a bit like shoveling the sidewalk while it's still snowing. Throughout the day, separate polling agencies released surveys … more
A Parker woman arrested for driving under the influence of drugs three times in one week was sentenced to time served in jail and in-home detention. The 18 Judicial District Attorney's Office said extenuating circumstances resulted in the … more
The fourth annual Credit Union of Colorado Shred-a-Thon to benefit community colleges in Colorado is scheduled from 9 a.m. - noon Sept. 20, at the credit union's Parker branch, 19311 E. Plaza Drive, at Parker Road. It is one of 11 Shred-a-Thon … more
The public is invited to attend free Saturday programs at The Wildlife Experience led by University of Colorado Boulder faculty on popular topics as part of the “CU on the Weekend” series. With topics ranging from the history of baseball to … more
Opening arguments in the arson trial against Chantha Than began Sept. 16 at the Robert A. Christensen Justice Center in Castle Rock. Than, 32, was employed as a house cleaner and allegedly stole $12,360 worth of items from a Canterberry Crossing … more
Bob Sutterer and Pete Muckley arrived July 7 at a missionary compound just outside the Liberian capital of Monrovia to teach writing skills to Liberian educators. For the next two weeks, their work overshadowed the fact that the two men were in … more
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