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A decade ago, Jean and Jim Scharfenberg, lifelong Arvada residents, began volunteering with environmental programs in the Denver-Metro area, and after a chance phone call, they decided to build a program designed to help bloom and beautify the city … more
One component of the Highlands Ranch Community Association’s 2014 budget drew more ire than most at the Nov. 19 meeting: a $30,000 line item in … more
The Highlands Ranch Community Association board of directors approved the largest assessment increase in 10 years this past week, following a pair of … more
Valor Christian hosts its weekly chapel exercises in the gym. When it comes to performing arts, students build their sets in storage spaces, garages, … more
The nation’s largest educational toy seller, Learning Express Toys, threw open its doors to imagination and playtime in Highlands Ranch this … more
Douglas County Democrats stand by their decision to stay out of the school board campaign, despite heavy involvement from the Douglas County … more
While upset Christian parents and students rallied in support of SkyView Academy’s holiday gift drive, the school’s principal admitted the … more
Outgoing Douglas County School Board President John Carson gave a lengthy farewell speech during the Nov. 19 board meeting. Carson quoted several … more
From recycling projects to writing letters to deployed troops to collecting Christmas gifts for those less fortunate, SkyView Academy’s new service … more
Sometimes, you can't stop the parade, especially when it's fueled by quiet goodness and an abiding conviction that the smallest effort makes a … more
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