Stories
968 results total, viewing 61 - 80

Changing digital culture in the home

Parents who would like to learn more about how to change the digital culture in their homes are invited to a free Youth Education and Safety in Schools workshop. The Changing the Digital Culture in … more

Wag 'n Trail to help homeless pets

Dogs, hiking and craft beer are all quintessentially Colorado, and the Dumb Friends League Wag 'n Trail event combines all three to help homeless pets at its Buddy Center location in Castle Rock. The … more

Suicide intervention skills training provided

Learn the skills to help save someone from suicide. Participants of the two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training sessions will gain more knowledge about suicide, learn the skills needed … more

Drilling setbacks are headed to ballot amid controversy

A contentious proposal to tightly restrict the location of new oil and gas wells in Colorado attracted more than enough petition signatures to qualify for the November ballot, according to election … more

On Campus: Highlands Ranch/Lone Tree

Highlands Ranch • The softball team has compiled a 5-6 record, which is the best start in the past four seasons. Last year's team started 2-6 and won only two of the first 16 games. In 2016, the … more

Third-generation football player is big deal for area family

Zachary Gonzales, Arapahoe’s 6-foot-1, 320-pound nose guard/defensive end, likes to tease his grandpa about wearing a leather helmet when he played football. Gonzales is the third generation of the … more

We are far more alike than we tend to think

Doesn’t it seem like with each passing day we are pointing out our differences and standing behind personal agendas and objectives more than ever before, maybe even standing even firmer on our … more

Letter to the editor: Ballot measure not fair

Ballot measure not fair The following is a type of parody of a solicitor’s visit based on the recent article, “School board approves tax measures for ballot” by Alex Dewind. Knock, knock. … more

Teams sign anyone for a `W,’ and sports go straight to `L’

I lost out. Or lucked out. When I was (much) younger, I thought about becoming a sports writer, partly because of my admiration for Jim Murray, whom I read daily in The Los Angeles Times throughout … more

Are you maintaining your sense of purpose?

According to the Colorado Census, in the year 2030 (just 12 years from now), 1 in 4 residents in Douglas County will be over the age of 65. Most of those folks will be in their golden years, their … more

Letter to the editor: Let’s rebuild DCSD

Let’s rebuild DCSD After eight years of unnecessary school reforms and underfunding, the time has come for the voters of Douglas County to once again show their support for public education. We can … more

My Name Is... Thomas Riggle

About me I grew up moving around the country. My dad worked for the U.S. Forest Service, so every three years we ended up moving. I'd say my favorite place was Franklin, North Carolina. It's a … more

Dancers plan shows to help one of their own

When Littleton Youth Ballet put out a call, dancers heard and responded. Colorado Ballet soloist Francisco Estevez, 29, has recently been diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a rare disease that … more

School district’s test scores demonstrate growth

Standardized test score results released in August show that the Douglas County School District improved from last year and outperformed the state in several areas. Under the Colorado Measures of … more

Native American summit coming to Sedalia

The Cherokee Ranch & Castle, in partnership with The Tipi Raisers, is holding a grant-funded Youth Summit and Powwow from Sept. 6-8 in what the foundation hopes will be an opportunity to bridge … more

Suspect killed after shooting at Douglas County deputies

  A suspect was killed after shooting at Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputies the afternoon of Aug. 31, the sheriff’s office reported on Twitter. No deputies were injured, … more

Spacecraft will take astronauts back to the moon

A spacecraft capsule that will return astronauts to the moon has been completed and shipped to Florida for final assembly into a full spacecraft, according to a news release from Lockheed Martin. The … more

Santa Fe Secret’ is intriguing mystery

When Marilyn Brown Oden’s new mystery, “Santa Fe Secret,” appeared on my desk, I was immediately drawn in by the cover photo of that New Mexico City’s famous sunlit ancient plaza — an … more

Rock Show’ exhibit brings colorful works to gallery

Green Day`s “American Idiot,” opening Sept. 7 at Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton, contains music from the American punk rock band’s 2004 album of the same name, is directed by Nick Sugar and … more

Oktoberfest: 5 things to know

Bust out the lederhosen — Littleton will play host to a real-deal Oktoberfest this year. Schatzi’s Oktoberfest, started in Parker in 2002, comes to Bega Park at the east end of Main Street on … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 49 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Our Papers

Ad blocker detected

We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.