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Valor Christian athletic director and football coach Rod Sherman called the death of former player Sione Maumau a tragic loss. more
At the Oct. 28 Douglas County Commissioners meeting, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District distributed more than $483,000 in Tier III grant funding to 43 different nonprofit arts, culture, science and heritage organizations — 11 of which … more
Colorado school leaders would prefer less legislative involvement but more funding, they said during an Oct. 29 Superintendent Forum in Denver. more
Former Florida Republican Gov. Jeb Bush spoke brought forth a message of change and economic sustainability at an Oct. 29 rally at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock. more
One of the last major pieces of infrastructure for the WISE Water Agreement is now in place. On Oct. 21, members of the South Metro Water Supply Authority and Denver Water purchased the East Cherry Creek Valley Water and Sanitation District's … more
After a four-year hiatus, the Douglas County School Board is considering rejoining the Colorado Association of School Boards. Not all the board members are sold on the idea, discussed during the Oct. 21 meeting. Those who are say CASB's … more
Public outcry over a proposal to cut Call-n-Ride service in Parker and Highlands Ranch — along with more funding — convinced RTD’s board of directors to keep both bus lines. RTD … more
Construction on U.S. 85 and I-25 will force drivers to detour between the dates from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2. U.S. 85 will be closed, and traffic will be detoured around the project area just north of the Founders Parkway/Meadows Parkway intersection, this weekend. The detour is required so crews can install a new storm drain system as part of the construction. more
With one week left before Election Day, Colorado Democrats in tight races leaned on the most popular Democrat in the country to rally support here – former President Bill Clinton. Clinton revved … more
When Nick Robinson moved to Highlands Ranch in 1985, there was one stoplight, he said. It was at Dad Clark and Broadway. “I’ve seen it grow from 3,500 to 94,000 (people),” he said. “It’s become a vibrant community.” After spending … more
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