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Colorado’s recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression is as strong as any state’s in the nation, but for many middle-class families, decades of flat paychecks are leaving them with impossible decisions. Should they leave the … more
So often in our quest to be the best, or in our race to keep up or come in first, we miss the opportunities to demonstrate goodwill to those around us. I mean sometimes we really miss the mark completely. As an example we can watch the news or … more
The world’s population is 7 billion. I had no idea When I found out, it changed the way I look at things. There’s a major story every day. It’s just like Top 40 radio in the 1950s and 1960s. A story will chart for a few days or a … more
Senior Reach is a new program in Arapahoe and Douglas counties for seniors age 60 and older who live independently and who wish to keep doing so. It is designed as a single point of entry for seniors needing assistance who may not be sure what … more
Since the Douglas County School Board will not allow voters to decide if funds for school capital needs are needed, where are they going to get money to repair/update our schools? Suggestion: Voters … more
The Douglas County School Board election in November is about only one thing. And that is whether the teachers union will return triumphant to force its rigid seniority rules, erasing the reforms … more
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Have you wondered why cars around Douglas County are painted with the names "Lemieux, Ray, Vogel?" I drive one of those cars, and would love to explain. The school board election on Nov. 3 is a … more
The three partisan letters to the editor in your Oct. 15 issue concerning the Douglas County School Board were disappointing. I tend to discount commentary that is only critical and disapproving. In … more
This November, Parker residents have an opportunity to protect the future of Parker's parks, recreation, trails and open space by voting yes on 2A. Did you know it's been a quarter of a century … more
Editor’s Note: Julia Martin, a Douglas County School District seventh-grader, spoke to the Douglas County Board of Education during public comment at the Oct. 20 meeting. Here is what she wrote and why she presented it to the board. My … more
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