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When a shopping center dares to call itself a retail resort, it sets a high mark for customer expectations. Especially at Christmastime, Park Meadows aims to meet its own grand standards. “We really have a very traditional experience, but we … more
The twitter of a bosun's pipe, the ringing of a ship's bell and the mournful notes of “Taps” filled the air at the Dec. 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at the Colorado National Guard Armory in Centennial. “This is our first year to put … more
When Lynn Johnson’s executive position came to an end, she didn’t know it would end up being not such a bad thing. “I got an amazing job, and I couldn’t be happier,” said Johnson, who is now making more money as the director of human … more
By his own admission, people around Karl Pierson had good reason to be concerned about his mental health. “Words hurt, can mold a sociopath and will lead someone a decade later to kill,” he wrote in his online journal, portions of which were … more
Sheriff's deputies and Parker police officers are investigating two separate cases of alleged sexting at two Douglas County high schools. Both the Rock Canyon and Legend high school investigations remain open, though a letter sent to Legend parents … more
A new Douglas County charter school, World Compass Academy, broke ground on the site of its soon-to-be school building Dec. 5 in Castle Rock. The school will be located on East Frontage road next to Plum Creek Community Church. “Today is really … more
A neighbor is taking care of the family pets. The post office is holding the mail. All houseplants are watered and electrical devices unplugged. Suitcases are packed and loaded into the car. You're ready to relax and have a fun holiday … more
Republican Congressman Mike Coffman bucked his own party during a Dec. 4 House vote on a measure that seeks to undo recent changes to U.S. immigration policy that were put in place by President Obama. Meanwhile, Congressman Cory Gardner, … more
The state's roads and future forms of funding for the Colorado Department of Transportation led the conversation at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Economic Forecast Breakfast on Dec. 5. Hunt, executive director of CDOT, said his … more
After being closed since Monday, August 18, the Incline reopened Friday, Dec. 5, about 11 a.m. with scores lined up to take a look at just what is involved in a $1,586,486 expenditure (and nearly … more
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