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Shortly after moving to Castle Pines in 2006, Warren Lynge adopted the library as a cause and never gave up. Throughout his tenure as library committee chair, he was quoted saying, “It’s not a city until there’s a library.” That quote … more
Colorado’s district attorneys oppose a Senate bill to bring the state in line with U.S. Supreme Court rulings that mandatory life-without-parole sentences for youth offenders are unconstitutional. “Colorado is an outlier,” said Mary Ellen … more
Planting herbs in recycled plastic bottles was one of many Earth-friendly activities that preschool students at The Goddard School in Castle Rock participated in during the week of Earth Day, April 22. The activities were part of the Root for … more
The Douglas County School District and the Colorado Department of Education have reached an agreement regarding a dispute over student-attendance calculations that resulted in $4.2 million being owed to the state. The money was sought for 1,100 … more
A fund has been established through the Arapahoe County Foundation in an effort to assist Littleton seniors who lost their homes after a recent apartment fire. "Many of these seniors have lived here for years and lack the financial resources to cope with this disaster," states a news release from Arapahoe County. more
A local celebrity, Canello, “the Porcupine Dog,” was euthanized on April 11. Deb Nabb, founder of the Parker group Missing Mutt Detectives, fostered Canello for the last two months after animal control officers captured the stray dog. He was … more
Volunteers began helping residents move their belongings out of Littleton's Southview Place Towers on April 21, two days after the seniors learned they would not be allowed to move back in because of … more
Sara Fischer was concerned when she learned a pesticide that can be harmful to people was used to exterminate prairie dogs in the undeveloped land adjacent to STEM School and Academy, where … more
The Douglas County School District has purchased 10 semi-automatic long rifles to be used by the security staff in the event of an active-shooter situation. The purchase price for the guns was $12,300 and was approved by Superintendent Elizabeth … more
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The Douglas County School Board agreed April 19 to launch an independent investigation into board President Meghann Silverthorn and Vice President Judith Reynolds after 16-year-old Ponderosa student Grace Davis said she was intimidated and bullied by the pair in a private meeting about the March protest she organized at the school. more
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