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A procedural snag has delayed a proposal to use the Parker Library space for a school once the library moves into its new building downtown. The Douglas County School District proposed a new K-8 … more
Marijuana has attracted many labels in its time. Colorado lawmakers have begun debating whether the state should give the drug one more often associated with purple carrots than purple haze — certified organic. Colorado has started work on … more
The Crisis Center in Douglas County is offering training specifically for children exposed to domestic violence and will explore the impact it has on them. The interactive workshop, called … more
Colorado is the only state in the nation that outlaws the use of rain barrels to collect water off of our roofs to use in our gardens. In a state where people are dedicated to conserving natural … more
Homeowners in Clarke Farms are voicing dissatisfaction over the approval of a group home. Parker Town Council approved a use-by-special-review application Feb. 1 from SLP Colorado, LLC, to establish a group residential facility on Flagler Drive … more
Colorado’s best and brightest innovators were recognized recently for developing groundbreaking technologies. Entrepreneurs from around the state were honored at Innovation Pavilion’s inaugural Innovation Awards & Anniversary Party on Feb. 10 … more
Douglas County School Board President Meghann Silverthorn is one of four Republican candidates for the state Senate seat in District 4. She will be vying with Benjamin Lyng, Jim Smallwood and Jess Loban for the Senate seat that has been occupied … more
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It’s late afternoon along the Morrison Slide Trail at the north end of Red Rocks Park and the sun is starting to disappear behind the foothills to the west. A beautiful February day by most standards, it’s perhaps a little bleaker than normal for the Front Range … more
Colorado officials are carefully reviewing tax returns after seeing an increase in fraud, meaning taxpayers might have to wait longer than usual for refunds, a spokeswoman said Feb. 10. The state Department of Revenue faced a similar challenge … more
Nearly 450 people near a proposed 256-acre development on the eastern edge of Douglas County have signed an online petition urging the Douglas County commissioners to reject a rezoning request, saying they fear losing their way of life. “This … more
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