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Years of back and forth between the reform-minded majority of the Douglas County School Board and members of the community in opposition boiled over last month. The June 21 school board meeting began with protests outside the school district … more
Jay Pathak takes the crease for batting practice at Cornerstone Park. He taps the ground with his bat to gain his rhythm and stares down the pitch. Pathak leans forward, drops to one knee and smacks the bouncing ball away with an elegant … more
After World War I, 16 members of the American Legion's leadership decided to start an special branch of the organization to recognize their added level of service on the home front and provide a unique opportunity for camaraderie. The group culled … more
It’s summer, and high school sports are in a timeout. So it’s a good time for a debate, discussion, examination, argument or whatever you want to call it. The internet is filled these days with the pros and cons of sport specialization, … more
Many Douglas County residents don't realize some of the people closest to them are skipping meals or choosing between paying for medicine, rent or food. Robert Peterson wants them to know that hunger and food insecurity are very real problems, … more
In an effort to offer more for attendees to do, the 2016 Douglas County Fair and Rodeo is amping of its first weekend of festivities by offering a free concert and opening the carnival. “We're trying to build the first weekend as a fun, family, … more
The parents of a young boy sexually abused by former ThunderRidge High School teacher Jeffery Falk filed a civil lawsuit against him in Douglas County court on July 5, according to the parents' attorney, Michael Sawicki. “The suit alleges Falk … more
This year’s Fourth of July celebration in Highlands Ranch had a change in scenery, but it was still a hit. “My family is having so much fun,” said resident Brandi Bower. “Excellent job, really.” Due to the ongoing development of the … more
About me I grew up in San Diego and came out to Boulder for school. I graduated from CU-Boulder with a degree in communications. I met my husband while in college — he was at the Air Force Academy and we met one weekend through friends and the … more
Don't call it an anniversary — call it a Hootenanny. That's how Breckenridge Brewery refers to its annual party. "A lot of breweries have anniversary parties," Breckenridge marketing director Todd Thibault said. "To me, 'anniversary' sounds … more
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