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There's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades. But that's where agreement ended Jan. 11 as the state's divided Legislature began work for the year. Republicans in the House and Senate gave … more
A unification of Littleton Fire Rescue, South Metro Fire Rescue and the Cunningham Fire Protection District could help cut costs and improve service time, the chiefs of the three departments told Littleton City Council at a study session Jan. … more
The largest 15 districts and their current student enrollments are according to the Colorado Department of Education: Denver Public Schools  (91,132) Jeffco Public Schools (86,347) … more
This week, Chris Holbert begins the third year of his first term in the state Senate. The Republican from unincorporated Douglas County previously served four years in the state House. The Senate … more
The U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 11 heard the case of an autistic Douglas County School District student whose parents say he wasn't provided the level of public education required by federal … more
Lora Thomas put her hand on her grandmother's Bible before a crowded room at the Philip S. Miller Building in Castle Rock. Thomas' granddaughter, 4-year-old Amidei Thomas, held the Bible. Thomas, the new county commissioner for Douglas County's … more
A new collaborative education venture between Colorado State University, Arapahoe Community College and the Douglas County School District has found a home. Arapahoe Community College has accepted … more
The terms “holistic medicine” and “wellness” have been getting more use lately as health care providers and patients shift their focus from treating disease to preventing it altogether. Dr. Eric Shadle is one of those providers, and he … more
Cold weather and ice skating go together like a hand and glove but, ironically, winter weather can make ice making difficult. Freezing temperatures prevented installing the ice surface's refrigeration system on schedule, but a slight delay only … more
The town council meeting on Jan. 3 featured a bit of pomp and ceremony at the outset as Judge Kevin Sidel swore in the mayor and three councilmembers who were re-elected in November. Each of the councilmembers, John Diak, Debbie Lewis and Joshua … more
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