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Reforming Colorado's construction defects laws in order to incentivize the building of condominiums and townhomes has emerged as a priority for both Republicans and Democrats early in the legislative session. State Senate President Kevin … more
There's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades. But that's where agreement ended Jan. 11 as the state's divided Legislature began work for the year. Republicans in the House and Senate gave … more
A unification of Littleton Fire Rescue, South Metro Fire Rescue and the Cunningham Fire Protection District could help cut costs and improve service time, the chiefs of the three departments told Littleton City Council at a study session Jan. … more
Lora Thomas put her hand on her grandmother's Bible before a crowded room at the Philip S. Miller Building in Castle Rock. Thomas' granddaughter, 4-year-old Amidei Thomas, held the Bible. Thomas, the new county commissioner for Douglas County's … more
What once was a giant parcel of untouched land in northwest Highlands Ranch is now a large-scale construction site. Central Park — a mixed-use project south of Plaza Drive and east of Lucent Boulevard — is making headway in the new … more
Josh Horner did not let his attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder stop him from learning two new languages, living in two foreign countries, leading his college choir section and writing a book. Because of those accomplishments over his 4 1/2 … more
About me I went to the University of Florida for my undergrad and got my master’s in education. I used to study rocks — I was a geologist. I was in the field for three years and decided to leave it. I moved from Florida to Colorado and … more
Davis Bonner returned to the Park-n-Ride lot at the Mineral Avenue RTD station in Littleton the night of Dec. 29 to find that his car was gone. There was no broken glass on the ground where he had parked, just an empty space where “Scooby the … more
As the holidays started on Dec. 15, a nicely installed new student exhibit was hung in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts, with top works from the fall quarter. Appropriately called “Mixed Bag,” it includes ceramics, jewelry, paintings, … more
The Douglas County School District will explore the possibility of weighting honors classes for high school students. The idea would be to make students more competitive when applying to college and for scholarships. Currently, all classes are … more
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