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Anthony Graziano, 51, of Castle Rock, is a 13-year resident of Douglas County. He and his wife, Amy, have two daughters that have gone through Douglas County schools. Graziano has worked in the software and information technology industries since … more
When he was 9 years old, Alec Greven published “How to Talk to Girls,” a book that has since been translated into multiple languages, earned him a visit to the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” and generated a yearly income for him since its 2008 … more
The field is shaping up for November's Douglas County School District Board of Education election. In the quest for four seats, six candidates were officially registered as of July 10, including a slate of four contenders who call themselves … more
Candidates' campaigns in this year's races for Douglas County School Board have already raised more than double the amount of money received by hopefuls two years ago. But the $168,850 donated … more
As part of their effort to streamline public access to government data and services throughout the county, Douglas County officials pitched the school district on joining its Open Data Initiative, which lets consumers search for such information … more
Teachers and other employees of the Douglas County School District will get a 2 percent raise in the next school year, an increase interim Superintendent Erin Kane called “grossly inadequate” and which several school board members voted against, … more
A group of residents is fighting a proposed K-12 charter school that would be built in Eastridge Terrace, an area between University Boulevard and East Wildcat Reserve Parkway where dozens of single-family homes line quiet side streets and … more
With arms around one another and heads bowed, Valor Christian High School graduates prayed as a class one last time before tossing their blue caps into the air. Applause rang through Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch. Speakers at … more
Local educator Laurilea McDaniel was selected as one of eight teachers from schools and performing arts centers nationwide to work alongside Broadway stars at the eighth annual Freddie G … more
Second-graders Angelika Korniyekl, Colton Holmes and Keno Woods wanted to help the homeless. Through a school project, they did just that. “We need to take care of them so they can eat,” Woods said. “We want them to be happy, and we can … more
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