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With warmer weather on the way and more people spending their days outside, wildlife interactions are bound to increase. Although coyotes may carry a reputation — ranging from mystic admiration to a hostile aversion — Bill Dailey, natural … more
The artwork of more than 2,000 Douglas County School District students and teachers is featured in the DCSD Art Show at the Outlets at Castle Rock. The pieces will be on display from April 10-13. An artist's reception is from 5 to 8 p.m. April … more
One way or another, the state will soon free up money to get an unfunded aerial firefighting fleet off the ground. The governor's office and legislative leaders are on board with a spending plan … more
The Douglas County School District's second Board Unplugged meeting lasted nearly three hours, and was punctuated by raised voices, frequent interruptions and philosophical clashes, but it ended on a … more
Grist Brewing Company is getting in on the fun of this year’s Craft Brewers Convention, which will take over the Denver Convention Center the week of April 7. The Highlands Ranch microbrewery, 9150 Commerce Center Circle, will host a … more
Highlands Ranch residents with unused pharmaceuticals and over the counter medicine can drop off said pills April 26 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Douglas County Sheriff ‘s Office Highlands Ranch Substation, located at 9250 Zotos Drive. The … more
Residents in the Ranch can recycle their tree limbs and woody plant materials at the Highlands Ranch Metro District’s spring tree recycling event at Redstone Park. Tree limbs less than 12 inches in diameter and woody plant materials will be … more
The Highlands Ranch Metro District is working to implement a new set of election guidelines that will impact its May 6 election, following February’s passage of Colorado House Bill 1164. In response, Philip Cullen, a former director who is … more
Highlands Ranch fifth-grade teacher Jenny Henry has turned the reins of education over to her students. “I’m no longer the expert,” said Henry, a Copper Mesa Elementary School teacher whose teaching style recently was recognized with a … more
A group of Finnish students are heading to the south metro region this summer and the program is searching for families to host them. There are 13 students who are participating in the Young Ambassador's Program, an arm of the Youth For … more
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