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Brock McCoy, who retired from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office after more than 25 years of service, is now the fourth candidate in the sheriff's race. McCoy, running as a Libertarian, filed his candidate affidavit Feb. 25 with the Secretary of State's office. more
Cigarette sales to persons under 21 would be illegal under a bipartisan bill that is making its way through the Legislature. But whether the measure becomes law is another story as the effort is certain to receive push back from members of the … more
A head-spinning development in Colorado politics from a game of musical chairs on Feb. 26 resulted in a consensus front-runner emerging in the Republican field of U.S. Senate candidates. U.S. Rep. … more
Douglas County Undersheriff Tony Spurlock, one of four candidates for sheriff, was fined last month by an administrative law judge for violating the Fair Campaign Practices Act. He has since settled up. more
Legislation that would prohibit minors from using tanning beds passed the House on Feb. 27. But the bill is hardly guaranteed to pass the Senate — it passed the House by a 33-31 vote, with four … more
Just hours after news of U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner's intent to seek a U.S. Senate seat broke, the representative for Colorado's 4th Congressional District picked up an endorsement. "We need to … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper was lauded by energy industry leaders and environmental groups on Feb. 25, two days after a state commission approved sweeping new air pollution rules that will regulate oil … more
Stars for Douglas County - a non-profit organization that helps support visual-arts education for Douglas County youth - is putting out a call to all artists to think about painting a star. more
Mill Vista Lodge, a continuing care neighborhood at Wind Crest, has received recognition from the National Association of Home Builders as being the No. 1 Senior Housing Project in the nation for 2013. The award was given this past week at the organization's conference in Las Vegas. more
Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University, a nine-week course that provides tools to gain control of finances, is coming to Highlands Ranch. The course meets once a week with a different lesson taught by Ramsey on DVD followed by a small-group discussion. Lessons include budgeting, relationships and money, getting out of debt, saving for emergencies and investing. more
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