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Fairness, accountability and understanding reign in Bonnie McLean’s court. McLean, a Parker resident since 2001, was appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper in September to fill a seat left vacant by the retirement of 18 Judicial District Court … more
Parker residents and a state agency charged with protecting consumer interests aren’t giving up the fight against a controversial power line project. An administrative law judge for the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, a state agency that … more
A child was taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries after an "acid-type device" made in a plastic bottle exploded near him at Dad Clark Park in Highlands Ranch at about 2 p.m. Feb. … more
A culinary team including four ThunderRidge High School students, teacher Katy Waskey and Douglas County School District executive chef Jason Morse are spending the week showcasing their talents in Vail. The ProStart students —Jake Schneller, … more
Newly elected Rep. Jessie Danielson, D-Wheat Ridge, is hitting back on the decision to sunset the Pay Equity Commission after she introduced a bill to reinstate the state board. “The bill is very simple,” Danielson said. “Really the intent … more
Zip lines are swinging into Castle Rock’s new Philip S. Miller Park. Castle Rock Zip Line Tours will be hosting its grand opening March 14. The 1.5-mile course will soar along at speeds of 50 mph on what the company describes as some of the … more
A note of student gratitude left on a classroom door brought a weary Chaparral High School teacher nearly to tears recently. It was among several acts of kindness orchestrated by Chaparral student Kellyn Dassler as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award … more
Three Douglas County elementary schools — two of them charters — earned an A-plus rating in this year's Colorado School Grades rankings. Parker Core Knowledge, Platte River Academy and Redstone Elementary were rated top performers on the … more
Douglas County is thriving, Commissioner Jill Repella said. There are five goals the board of county commissioners has identified as important to ensure that continues: transportation infrastructure; economic foundations; personal and public … more
A bill to allow Native Americans with historical ties to Colorado to receive in-state tuition passed the House Education committee by a 6-5 majority vote on Jan. 26. This is the second time the bill has been introduced by Rep. Joe Salazar, … more
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