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Support for Amendment 73 varies across Douglas County

Support for an amendment that would increase funding for public schools and raise taxes for some is divided across Douglas County. While some parents, school board members and members of the faith … more

Mountain Vista girls repeat as champs in cross country

It can be difficult to defend a championship, but two individual athletes from Douglas County schools and the Mountain Vista girls team repeated during the CHSAA Cross Country Championships, which … more

‘Shared Visions’ among art events linked to college

Is it Smooth? Soft? Solid? Ridged? Large? Small? Other? “Shared Visions” is the title for the repeat of a popular collaboration between ceramics, painting and 3-D design students from the … more

Fall Fest 5K to benefit pediatric DIPG research team

Luke Morin died of a rare and highly aggressive brain tumor 17 days after he was diagnosed. The 5-year-old had been attending The Goddard School of Denver when he was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic … more

Drop off ballots, don’t mail them, state says

The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, which oversees elections in the state, urged voters to drop off their ballots rather than mailing them after Oct. 29, according to a news release from the office. more

27 Douglas County students named National Merit semifinalists

Twenty-seven Douglas County School District students have been named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, more than doubling the district's 12 semifinalists from a year ago. Fewer than 1 percent … more

Veterans Day celebration coming to library

The community's annual Veterans Day Celebration is right around the corner. Hosted by the Highlands Ranch Metro District, the event will take place at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11 on the second floor … more

WATCH: Time to Talk public forum on mental health and families

It's time to talk about mental health. Mothers and mental health advocates talk about how mental illness affects families, and why — and how — we need to talk about it. The free community … more

No injuries after small plane goes down in Lone Tree

A small plane made a hard landing in an open field in Lone Tree the morning of Oct. 26. Neither of the two people on board or anyone on the ground were injured, according to South Metro Fire Rescue, … more

Moms ‘need to know that they are not alone’

Nikki Brooker describes herself as confident, able-bodied, a Type A personality. She has a master’s degree in education and taught various subjects in all grades for 20 years in school districts … more

Scott Wagner, candidate for House District 43

Party: Unity City or town of residence: Highlands Ranch Profession: Technology professional Campaign website: wagner4colorado.com What makes you the best choice for this office? I am a … more

Residents displaced after late-night apartment fire

A late-night fire at South Creek Apartments, at 5891 South Nevada Street, just north of Arapahoe Community College, left all 18 units uninhabitable and all residents displaced on Oct. 24. No injuries … more

On Campus: Highlands Ranch/Lone Tree

Highlands Ranch • In the season’s final match, the soccer team downed Thompson Valley 3-2 on Oct. 18. Senior Brian Lutz scored two goals and sophomore Curran Mulvihill one in the victory. Lutz … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for Rothe

Vote for Rothe A few months ago, a bill called the Zackari Parrish Violence Prevention Act went before the Colorado Legislature. This “red flag law” called for temporarily keeping guns out of the … more

Letter to the editor: Trump makes choice easy

Trump makes choice easy I registered for the military draft 67 years ago and served eight years in the Air Force, including a stint at the Air Force Academy. I have paid Douglas County property taxes … more

Letter to the editor: 5A, 5B crucial for DCSD

5A, 5B crucial for DCSD I taught in Douglas County for 18 years before taking a (yes) pay cut to move to a neighboring district. My working conditions (student learning conditions) were poor and left … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for our future

Vote for our future Thank you, CCM, for telling it like it is in your Oct. 11 issue, with regard to the school district’s funding concerns. We haven’t passed a funding measure in 12 years, to the … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t fail our students

Don’t fail our students I see some of our neighbors speaking against funding our schools, citing budgeting and teacher pay among other Issues. It’s important to take this time to address … more

Letter to the editor: Tax hike would hurt seniors

Tax hike would hurt seniors I am a strong supporters of teachers and I don’t believe they are paid enough. I read several of the articles that appeared in the Oct. 11 issue and I noticed that the … more

Letter to the editor: Brauchler has the experience

Brauchler has the experience Colorado’s next attorney general needs to be a tough, successful, experienced attorney. George Brauchler has over two decades of legal, real-life law experience. His … more
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