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For nearly two weeks, residents of a Littleton apartment building for seniors awaited word of when they could permanently return home after a fire forced their evacuation. On April 19, they found out they won't. more
Judge Carlos Samour Jr. ordered the Centennial man accused of killing his neighbor and injuring another neighbor and his own wife to undergo a mental competency evaluation during an April 18 hearing. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, is charged with … more
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints held its 17 Teacher Appreciation event on April 13 at a Highlands Ranch congregation site, 9800 Foothills Canyon Blvd. The annual gathering recognizes teachers and coaches from local high schools, … more
Noah Leonard, 9, has been going to Children’s Hospital Colorado Therapy Care in Littleton since he was 2. The facility moved from Littleton to Highlands Ranch on April 4, and Noah will continue going twice a week for learning therapy. He and … more
Highlands Ranch Metro District is offering free tree and limb recycling services to residents May 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., just in time for spring cleaning. Tree limbs less than 12 inches in diameter and woody plant materials will be accepted at … more
A pair of free tours at 9:30 a.m. May 14 will give area history buffs the opportunity to learn about some of Douglas County’s first inhabitants — from the mammoths of prehistoric times to the pioneering homesteaders of the 1860s. The guided … more
BankWork$, a Los Angeles based program that trains young adults for careers in the financial services industry, announced in mid-April that it has partnered with Goodwill Industries of Denver. There will be a free eight-week program for … more
County commissioners will decide later this month whether to implement permanent regulations regarding motorsport activities on rural land. A three-hour discussion at the April 12 Douglas County Land Use Meeting and Public Hearing was focused on … more
For ThunderRidge High School senior Evan Davros, walking into a burning building with his father has always been a dream. He got his chance April 11 as part of the culmination of his time in the Douglas County Fire Science program. Davros and … more
After the Paris terrorist attacks that left at least 130 dead and hundreds wounded last November, Centennial Gun Club’s general manager, Dick Abramson, was prompted to act. “I got calls from people saying, `Wow, this could happen in my … more
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