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The introduction of classes this fall at the University of Colorado's South Denver facility at The Wildlife Experience is merely a starting point for what's to come. Just six months ago, poisonous snakes occupied a 7,000 square-foot space that … more
During a Nov. 4 re-election victory speech, Republican Congressman Mike Coffman thanked his supporters in two languages. Coffman talked about how important it was to have taken part in a recent all-Spanish debate with Andrew Romanoff, his … more
A bad Election Day turned into a worse week for Democrats as vote tallies from an Adams County state Senate race resulted in Democrats losing power of that legislative chamber. In Senate District 24, Republican Beth Martinez-Humenik defeated … more
Thanks to new construction and increasing revenue in Douglas County, homeowners will again not have to pay more in county property taxes next year. “The revenues we are going to collect in 2015 are due to new growth, new construction and new … more
Arapahoe Community College is taking the plunge to close its swimming pool, and some say the ripple effects will be far-reaching. “It's just not good for the community if these things go away,” said Cindy Hughes, who trains there with the … more
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Residents of Douglas County will see some new — and some familiar — faces in new places. The Nov. 4 election brought the usual Republican sweep to the county, but most of the winning candidates will be new to their posts. In state House … more
High school seniors throughout Colorado refused to participate Nov. 5 and 6 in a state-mandated test. Many school leaders, parents and students hope the expected low participation rate sends a clear message about what they believe is excessive … more
Castle View High School seniors Rachel Decker and Andrea Alfano joined hundreds of classmates in not attending school the mornings of Nov. 5 and 6 for the state-mandated Colorado Measures of Academic Standards assessments. “We're all in a way … more
When 14-year-old David Markenson took his first lifeguard class with the American Red Cross, he knew little about the organization that someday would honor him with one of its most prestigious awards. Markenson, chief medical officer at Lone … more
As the four-rotor white helicopter circles the top of the iconic outcropping that gives Castle Rock its name, it sends back nearly crystal-clear images to its remote control down on Perry Street. After a final pass around the star, the … more
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