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A backer of a ballot measure that would require labels on foods that are genetically modified said his effort is about allowing Coloradans to “make informed decisions about what we are feeding our families.” But opponents fear that … more
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A Colorado Department of Education audit of Ponderosa High School's schedule has resulted in longer class times and a shorter lunch period for the 2014-15 academic year. State officials are providing limited information about the audit of the … more
Gene Barron, 62, has always led an active lifestyle. He skis about 45 days a year. He mountain bikes, plays softball and works out regularly. He does this despite suffering from continuous back pain that began at the age of 16 when he … more
Students released hundreds of blue and yellow balloons into the sky above the Parker campus of Colorado Early Colleges Aug. 18, marking the non-traditional high school's opening. A total of 344 students are enrolled in the free Douglas County … more
An evening filled with delicacies prepared by some of the best local chefs raised money for the preservation of the Boettcher Mansion — and everyone left with a good taste in their mouth. The menu was prepared in advance by certified master … more
Water is a dry topic for some people. But John Kaufman enjoys the subject because water is fundamental to everyone's well-being, he said. “In the West, water affects everything,” Kaufman said. “It has a very direct impact on people's … more
Almost ensuring a seamless transition, longtime Sky Ridge Medical Center chief operating officer Susan Hicks was named the hospital's new president and chief executive officer Aug. 18. Hicks steps in for former CEO Maureen Tarrant, who recently … more
In a city with more than 100 dining options, Seasons 52 aims to go straight to the top. “We just want to be the best restaurant in Lone Tree,” operations director Michael Jong said. “We want our service to set us apart. It's a privilege to … more
The main star of the show is the brick pit smoker, said Dana Rosenberg, owner of a new family-owned barbecue restaurant opening in Centennial. Burt's Smokehouse BBQ, 7470 S. University Blvd., will hold its grand opening celebration from 11 a.m. … more
The Douglas County School District’s legal fees to appeal its court-ruled violation of the Colorado Campaign Fair Practices Act now total about $113,470. A Denver judge ruled in December 2013 that the district violated the act and attempted to … more
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