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LinkedIn is among several companies working to build a digital platform to be launched in Colorado that aims to connect employers, educators, and job-seekers with the goal of making sure workers have the right skills for employment … more
Denise and John Stevens have had pets their whole lives — then they retired. “After our last dog passed away, we decided not to get another one. We like the freedom from worrying about her,'' Denise Stevens, 63, said of the Long Island, New … more
The John Adams High School name and its Patriots mascot will move forward with the rest of the recently approved Douglas County school. A similarly named California school that had demanded the planned high school charter drop its name has abandoned … more
OneNeck IT Solutions has completed the first phase of a new $20 million, 35,000-square-foot Tier 3 data center in northern Douglas County. On hand for a June 23 tour of the facility were all three Douglas County commissioners and state Sen. Chris … more
The U.S. Supreme Court's June 26 ruling to allow same-sex marriage across the nation didn't change policy in Colorado, which has seen gay nuptials since last October. But the news was welcomed by many in the Denver metro area as a sign of … more
As long as she can remember, Anginet Page said, she supported same-sex marriage rights. Her passion for marriage equality even led her to leave the Mormon church. “I was raised LDS, and one of the main reasons I left the church was because they … more
The Colorado Department of Education says the Douglas County School District owes it $4.2 million for 1,100 students that an audit shows attended school part-time, but received full-time state funding. The … more
For 17-year-old Cassidy Klein, books are something that bring people together — that's why it was easy for her to begin her Gold Award project this spring by putting together a library at Denver's faith-based transitional housing, Joshua … more
Tim Floyd was right at home June 20 at Arapahoe Community College, surrounded by fire trucks of all makes and models, old and new, red ones, white ones and the occasional lime-green one, all gathered together for the 30 annual Mile High Hook and … more
If you haven't been to downtown Littleton lately, you might not recognize it. Gone are some oldies but goodies, including Jose's restaurant and Valley Feed and Supply. But a flurry of new faces has arrived, bringing along what nearly everyone … more
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