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There are some days, primarily in the summer months between May and September, when Coloradans should re-think partaking in vigorous exercise outside. But that doesn’t mean the air quality here is so concerning that everybody should feel they … more
At an Oct. 3 forum held by the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, the eight candidates assured the audience that they were receiving donations from friends, families, teachers, volunteers and colleagues. Several referred to … more
Kyle Gallup, 20, played football, worked part-time and made lasting friends when he attended Chaparral High School. But he also paid for gas, rent, groceries, electrical bills, and anything needed to help support himself, his mother and his … more
When the Elbert County commissioners made their decision Sept. 7 to allow Craft Companies to move forward with the Independence housing development between Elizabeth and Parker, there was a 28-day window for legal recourse to be filed. On Sept. … more
A local nonprofit seeks to cut through the political noise surrounding climate change by using their ears, rather than their voices. “It's about listening first,” said Parker resident Jamie VanDegrift. “We have to be respectful, we all have … more
One word used often by Douglas County School Board candidates at the second community forum was “trust.” “Before we would consider any kind of tax increase, the first goal is to restore trust with the community,” Elevate Douglas County … more
On Sept. 18, Parker Town Council unanimously approved a contract for Town Administrator Michele Kivela. Formerly the deputy town administrator, Kivela took over the lead role in May, serving as interim town administrator after the sudden departure … more
When Vikki Skulborstad and her husband became caretakers for a 5-year-old boy after his mother died of cancer, they could relate to his pain firsthand. In 2013, the Skulborstads lost their daughter, Carli, who spent her 2 1/2 years of life … more
The University of Phoenix is stopping on-campus enrollment and will close approximately 20 campuses across the country as part of a “teach-out” program. The university has three Colorado locations: one in Lone Tree, one in Westminster and one … more
In preparation for an influx of holiday shoppers, the Park Meadows mall and local government entities are paving the way for improved traffic flow in and out of the shopping center via County Line Road. The first phase of the project, on schedule … more
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