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Centennial council opposes construction defect laws, land-use bill

As the number of municipalities opposing Colorado Senate Bill 23-213 grows, the Centennial City Council is voicing its opposition not only to the bill, but also state construction defect laws, which … more

Town shares plans for outreach

“Community Through Connection” is the name given to the Town of Elizabeth’s new communication plan. more

Children’s Hospital Colorado highlights specialty services offered at the south campus in Highlands Ranch

The lighted stairwell and 35-foot-tall blue balloon boy shares a beacon of hope for those who pass by on C-470 and for families around the community who come to the Children’s Hospital Colorado south campus in Highlands Ranch.  more

Ponderosa High School’s theater department is raising funds for auditorium renovation

The theater department at Ponderosa High School is hosting an auction on May 6 at Douglas County School District’s Legacy Campus to help fund auditorium renovations. more

Experts discuss fentanyl addiction, effects on the body

As part of Douglas County’s Youth Initiative Facts about Fentanyl discussion, Lindsey Simbeye, an external relations strategist for Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention explained how opioids such as fentanyl work in the body and how to reverse an overdose. more

Drug abuse program outlines growing dangers of fentanyl use

Fentanyl continues to be a major contributor to fatal and nonfatal overdoses in the U.S. and Douglas County. Recently, the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse and Prevention outlined the reality of fentanyl use... more

Parker town council officially opposes Land Use Bill SB 23-213

Amongst approving ordinances and contracts for construction projects across Parker, town council voiced their opinions on Senate Bill 23-213 and unanimously approved the resolution opposing the statewide land use and zoning preemptions bill. more

Castle Rock to crack down on signs posted against town code

Castle Rock will soon begin taking enforcement of its sign code more seriously after town council members raised concerns that signs litter the town’s rights of way, especially on … more

Plan for single-family homes on old farmland splits Douglas County Planning Commission

Faced with a plan to turn a piece of longtime agricultural land near Parker into a residential neighborhood, the group of Douglas County residents who advise the county’s elected leaders on development found themselves split. more

Douglas County bus driver charged with 30 counts of child abuse

A former school bus driver for the Douglas County School District is facing 30 charges of child abuse after purposefully slamming on the brakes, causing injuries to students.  Brian … more

Littleton narrowly passes resolution against land use bill

As a state Senate committee discussed amendments to Senate Bill 23-213 in downtown Denver on April 18, Littleton City Council passed a resolution stating its opposition to the land use bill as it was originally written. more

Main Street trees require removal

Visitors to downtown Littleton later this spring may find themselves stumped as they notice the lack of trees on the once-leafy streets. more

Rental home development moves forward in Castle Rock

Amid statewide discussions about encouraging middle tier housing, Castle Rock Town Council approved development of 105 single-family, for-rent homes, while rebuking legislation that would … more

Lone Tree highlights value of trees during Arbor Day celebration

Excitement radiated from Sarah Shiley and her 2-year-old son, Alexander, as he helped carry an unplanted tree taller than him up the steps of the Lone Tree Civic Center.  The young tree was a … more

Friends remember Marv Kay’s dedication to Golden, Mines communities

Anyone who met Marv Kay has a story — of his kindness and generosity, his passion and dedication, his humor and sharp wit. As his former players Joe McConnell and Brian Glade said: “There’s only one Marv Kay, and he was unmatched.” Kay, an icon of Golden and Colorado School of Mines, died April 19 at age 84. more

Semi-pro ultimate disc team now based in Golden

The Colorado Summit, the state’s semi-professional ultimate disc team, has punched its Golden ticket. The team will play this season’s six home games at Colorado School of Mines’ Marv Kay Stadium. more

Elbert County libraries announce summer program

National Library Week is kicking off its annual spotlight on the benefits of libraries around the United States. To celebrate, Elbert County’s Pines & Plains Libraries have announced their … more

Englewood council shelves idea of multifamily developments in single-family zoning

Following months of conversation and several tense town hall meetings, the Englewood City Council has decided to no longer pursue two-to-four-unit multifamily buildings in single-family zoning, the city announced Tuesday. more

Englewood council passes resolution opposing state land-use bill

The City of Englewood has officially joined the list of municipalities that have passed resolutions opposing Colorado Senate Bill 23-213, a proposed land-use bill.  more

Colorado to receive $31 million settlement from Juul

Colorado is expected to receive $31.7 million from ​​electronic cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs in a multistate settlement over claims the company used deceptive marketing tactics and promoted … more
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