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The state Legislature has passed a measure to address pent-up demand for more housing by promoting condominium construction. The Senate on May 4 unanimously passed House Bill 1279, which makes it harder for homeowners associations to sue builders … more
The expansion of C-470 is getting financing from the federal government. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner announced on May 1 that a $109 million loan from the U.S. Department of Transportation had been awarded to the Colorado Department of Transportation … more
Most parents are used to helping their children with a last-minute school project, reinforcing the lessons taught as they paste poster boards and glue shoebox dioramas together. But students at Parker Performing Arts School are hoping to use the … more
Children look up to heroes and want to help them when they can, so it isn't surprising when they respond with fundraisers and awareness campaigns to support local members of the Armed Services. But add dogs to the equation, and they get worked up … more
Drier, hot weather seems to be the recent norm for Colorado. Rain totals for 2016 in Colorado were only 83 percent of normal totals, and March 2017 was the third warmest March on record in the state, according to the National Weather … more
Good news for chicken finger fans of south metro Denver — a Louisiana-based restaurant chain favored for its chicken strips and dipping sauce is opening two new locations in Highlands Ranch and Parker. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is under … more
In 2013, Karl Pierson, 18, fatally shot 17-year-old Claire Davis before killing himself at Arapahoe High School. Pierson lived in Highlands Ranch. And in 2014, a 15-year-old boy, also from Highlands Ranch, shot and killed his mother, then turned … more
He describes himself as the outsider candidate with the advantage of being a businessman rather than a career politician. He says he knows what it’s like to be poor, but today enjoys leading what he calls one of the most successful … more
In a 6-0 decision, the Parker Town Council approved a 255-unit apartment complex on the east side of Parker Road between Pine Drive and Hilltop Road. On May 1, approximately 40 residents urged the … more
It’s time to talk about mental health. That’s according to Tri-County Health Department, which this month launched a campaign across the Denver metro area created by a coalition of public and private organizations designed to help people have … more
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