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Centennial family selling garden boxes to support school therapy dogs

After surviving a school shooting, three brothers in Centennial are working together to donate money to help support the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office school therapy dogs and the agency’s efforts to keep students safe.  more

Mobility equipment business opens in Littleton

Josh Liss has started a business with his friend Matt Moyers. Both have cared for family members with mobility challenges, and they aim to help people in their community who face similar struggles. more

Voters elect three new board members to Centennial Water and Sanitation

Preliminary results from the Centennial Water and Sanitatuion District board election show Frank Johns, Sarah Jo Light and Terry Nolan taking the open seats. Initial results show Frank Johns in … more

Money coming to DRCOG to tackle air pollution, environmental justice

The Denver Regional Council of Governments will receive $1 million from the Inflation Reduction Act to cut pollution and build clean energy economies across the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metropolitan … more

Castle Rock aims to take property over owner's opposition

Castle Rock is taking legal action to acquire around 4 acres of private property needed to complete the Crystal Valley Interchange after the owner refused to accept an offer from the town. more

Parker Water election marred by excluded voters

After the May 2 Parker Water board election in which it was discovered at the last minute that 62 addresses housing 96 registered voters may not have received ballots, the water district is looking at how to avoid such problems in the future. more

Unleaded fuels slated to come to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport

An unleaded fuel option for planes is coming to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, but the timeline isn’t known yet. According to Airport Director Paul Anslow, the fixed-based operators … more

Exchange of gunshots brings Douglas County deputies near I-25 and E-470

Deputies responded to an area near Interstate 25 and the E-470 toll highway after reports of shots being fired, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. more

Butterfly Pavilion kicks off Pollinator Palooza, opens largest-ever pollinator exhibit

The Butterfly Pavilion kicked off Pollinator Palooza with the opening of a new exhibit on May 2, with help from Congresswoman Brittany Petersen and First Gentleman Marlon Reis.  “When I … more

Three incumbents elected for the Highlands Ranch Metro District Board of Directors

Unofficial results for the May 2 Highlands Ranch Metro District Board of Directors election show voters chose Renee Anderson, Andy Jones and Nancy Smith to fill the three open seats for four-year … more

Three suspects in rock-throwing murder face 13 charges

The three 18-year-olds suspected of killing Alexa Bartell during a rock-throwing spree on April 19 were officially charged by the Office of the First Judicial District Attorney on May 3. more

Castle Rock family to sue school district over racist bullying

A Castle Rock family is planning to take legal action against the Douglas County School District over its handling of repeated instances of racism targeting Black and biracial students at Castle Rock Middle School.  more

Water district vote outreach missed several addresses

There's a wrinkle in today's election for three board seats in the Parker Water and Sanitation District: According to a notice on the district's website, voters at 62 addresses in the Lincoln Creek Village neighborhood may not have received notice of the election or their mail-in ballots. more

Polis, Colorado Dems announce plan to limit property tax hikes

Showing his cards at the last minute, the governor revealed a proposal on May 1 to curb increases on Coloradans’ property tax payments and enact what Democrats say is a “long-term solution” to prevent growing home values from raising property tax bills. more

Elizabeth bank building gets historic designation

The 1907 First National Bank building in Elizabeth was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places — the first of Elizabeth’s historic structures to receive the prestigious designation. more

30th annual Courage Walk source of healing, resilience for participants

Every April, hundreds of people gather at the Jefferson County Government Center and walk to the little garden on the south side of the complex. Along the walkway, among the flowers and trees, are the names of those the community has lost to crime. more

Why some Englewood residents are trying to recall four city council members

Although the Englewood City Council has tabled its consideration of permitting two-to-four-unit residences in single-family zoning, the effort to recall four of the seven members of the council is still underway. more

A dino-mite day to learn about fossils

Dinosaurs spark the imagination of young and old alike. more

Douglas County programs can offer property tax relief

Douglas County hosted an in-person and remote town hall April 26 to field questions and concerns from residents about the potential sharp rise in their property tax bills. more

Drinking water, wastewater system in Louviers to see upgrades

Efforts to bring clean water to Louviers and to create a new wastewater treatment system along the U.S. Highway 85 corridor south of Highlands Ranch won the support of Douglas County’s elected leaders, who approved more than $30 million in federal funding for the projects. more
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