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Investors are not likely to be successful if they view their portfolio as something that needs to perform every day. This age of instant gratification and constant information has trained us to focus on the wrong calendar. Instead of worrying … more
Law enforcement officials say there is no imminent danger, but patrols are being increased at three local schools in response to rumored threats. An initial threat was stated earlier this week on … more
A contentious House floor debate preceded the Feb. 13 passage of a bill that aims to shine a light on school board members' private discussions. House Bill 1110 would expand current law that … more
More Colorado school children would be eligible for free lunch at school, under a bill that passed a House committee on Feb. 10. Right now, kids who qualify for the state's reduced lunch program … more
In March 2008, Willow Creek resident Ellen Smith developed a nasty cough. “My doctor treated it as pneumonia but it just wouldn't go away,” Smith says. “Finally, he sent me to the emergency room, where they discovered a large mass on one of … more
Dr. Tiffany Richason was among Sky Ridge Medical Center's first volunteers. A little more than 10 years later, she's back — working there as a physician and mentoring young women who may follow her path. “It's really fun for me to be able to … more
A metal detector near the entrance of the Douglas County commissioners’ hearing room recently was deactivated. That happened because of the county commissioners’ December decision to repeal a resolution adopted in 2003 that had “prohibited … more
News of the Dec. 13 Arapahoe High School shooting hit former Rock Canyon High School guidance counselor Susan Young hard. “The second I heard it, I just sat down in my living room and started crying,” she said. Young didn’t know … more
As someone who covers the state Legislature, it's common for me to write about lawmakers who fight like cats and dogs. Yeah, yeah, I get it. Legislators will tell you that more than 90 percent of bills are passed with bipartisan support. No … more
With a ballot measure looming that could determine the future of hydraulic fracking in Colorado, oil and gas industry leaders are preparing for a battle unlike any they've fought before. “We've got a serious fight on our hands in 2014,” said … more
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