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All three highly trained military/police "attack" dogs that were stolen from a private kennel the night of May 30, or morning of May 31, have been found. more
In celebration of National Fishing Day, area youngsters are again invited to take part in the annual Kids Fishing Day at Fly'n B Pond in northwestern Highlands Ranch. “Kids will have a chance to join local experts, help cast lines and teach … more
For the first time in three years, a golden eagle hatchling is calling Highlands Ranch home. “The fact that we have an active golden eagle nest in the Backcountry is a good sign that our conservation efforts and planning have paid off,” … more
The 2014 Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund event will be held June 14 at Cornerstone Park. The event includes 5K and 10K runs, a 5K walk and a fun run and walk. All activities are held to raise money for the Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund and … more
Englewood High School now charges a fee for students participating in athletics and has enacted fees for special classes including technology, cosmetology and culinary arts. The Englewood Board of Education approved the resolution enacting the … more
Englewood continued receiving favorable reports as Frank Gryglewicz, finance director, told the city council the revenue growth and limits on spending mean the city financial picture is better than at this point in 2013, which was a good … more
Jeffco Board of Education hired Daniel McMinimee as superintendent for the Jefferson County School District with a split vote Tuesday night. Despite disagreement among board members and chanting … more
Three bills that became law last week aim to alleviate the high cost of child care in Colorado. The laws, signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on May 22, address a number of financial areas and are a response to Colorado being the fifth least … more
A new law guarantees that arrested juvenile defendants will receive a lawyer when they face a judge for the first time. The law addresses a “concerning” statistic indicating that 45 percent of children go through the entire judicial process … more
A Highlands Ranch legislator hopes that a new marijuana law will help keep the drug out of the hands of children. Gov. John Hickenlooper on May 21 signed into law a bill that aims to distinguish cannabis-infused edibles like candy and cookies … more
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