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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department is beginning a campaign to raise awareness of crimes of opportunity. The “Lock It or Lose It” campaign will include social media posts and strategic enforcement efforts in specific areas based on crime … more
Kathleen Mayer, program director of Flight For Life Colorado, said the service transported 17 critically injured cyclists in 2015. She expects a similar number this year. “If you head out on a bike, I really hope you come back on a bike and not … more
The Rotary Club of Parker honored senior Emily Gregston of Ponderosa High School as their May Student of the Month. Gregston lettered in the Thespian Society and Ponderosa’s orchestra and was also a National Merit finalist this year. She serves … more
The Rotary Club of Parker chose Will Holtzmann for their May Student of the Month from Chaparral High School. Holtzmann maintained a 4.49 GPA and was ranked first in his class of 466 students. During his four years at Chaparral, Holtzmann took 14 … more
The Rotary Club of Parker bestowed seven local graduates with $1,000 scholarships during a ceremony on May 19. Each year the Rotary Club of Parker awards the scholarships to students at Chaparral, Ponderosa and Lutheran high schools. Criteria for … more
Any elementary school teacher who has taken students outside for class will tell you it can be a disaster. For Rocky Vista University students who recently crossed Colorado's northern border for field training, disaster was the whole point. Over … more
Douglas County may be one of the wealthiest counties in the United States, but it isn’t immune from homelessness. Despite being named the eighth-richest county in the country by Forbes magazine in 2014, last year 910 students in Douglas County … more
The Discovery East room at the PACE Center was full of bubbles, giggles and steam on June 17, as Laurel Block and her students capped a week of science studies with experiments involving dry ice. Block is an instructor with Mad Science of … more
It's a sunny summer morning at the shopping center at 18921 Plaza Drive, but the lights are off and the air is tinged with a musky aroma inside Purgatory Cellars Winery. It's winemaking day, and co-owner Gary Tassler sits at a small table covered … more
More than 50 community members held signs and protested outside the June 21 Douglas County School District Board of Education meeting in Castle Rock. They wore T-shirts and held signs that read … more
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