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Allow extra time to visit the large, impressive “Art of the State” exhibit in three galleries, more than 10,000 square feet, at the Arvada Center through March 27. Arvada Center curator Colin Parson said there were 1,434 entries by 511 … more
Eighth-grade students at Cresthill Middle School in Highlands Ranch looked at the biggest problems facing Colorado and developed their own video advertisements to explain how they would fix them. Bryce Johansson's team wanted to see if Douglas … more
Taylor Hunter, 20, returned to Parker in December after an 18-month mission trip to the western part of upstate New York, where she shoveled sidewalks, participated in service projects and spread the word of the Mormon faith. She knocked on doors … more
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Stacey Hudgens and her family have been living motel to motel for the past year. “It’s been pretty tedious,” she said, adding that they are currently living in a Super 8 in Douglas County. Her family was one of the many that attended … more
After almost two hours of discussion and testimony from close to 40 people Jan. 25, the Douglas County Planning Commission recommended approval of proposed motorsport regulations, with specific instructions to staff to further address the proposed … more
When most people think about Colorado music, John Denver is the first name that comes to mind. That’s understandable, especially since his last name is literally the state capital and “Rocky Mountain High” is the state’s co-official song … more
Three puppies from the Dumb Friends League were drafted to star in Puppy Bowl XII to complete Animal Planet's roster of adoptable players. The Dumb Friends League is among 44 shelters and rescue groups representing 25 states across the U.S. and … more
During the Jan. 19 Douglas County School Board meeting, board member David Ray proposed a new districtwide survey that would look at how teachers’ time is being spent. “The purpose was to resolve that we do everything possible to protect … more
Kristy Arellano knew her daughter was struggling with depression. She had no idea her daughter was suicidal. Parents are often the last to know when their teen is being bullied online. Threats and taunts are made within the social media sphere, … more
The public will now have more opportunity to comment at Douglas County School Board meetings and will no longer need to wait until the end of the meeting to speak on non-agenda items. On Jan. 19, the board approved the new public-comment … more
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