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The Douglas County School District was cleared of wrongdoing in a lawsuit dating to 2013 following a Colorado State Supreme Court ruling July 3. The court reviewed a court of appeals' conclusion … more
When he was 9 years old, Alec Greven published “How to Talk to Girls,” a book that has since been translated into multiple languages, earned him a visit to the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” and generated a yearly income for him since its 2008 … more
The Douglas County School District's long-contested school voucher program will get another look from the Colorado Supreme Court following a ruling by the United States Supreme Court on a similar … more
The Douglas County School District Board of Education voted 4-2 on June 20 to approve a $578 million budget for the 2017-18 school year. Board members David Ray and Anne-Marie Lemieux voted against approving the budget because they said they … more
The Colorado Veterans of Foreign Wars recently honored Cimarron Middle School eighth-grade history teacher Shannon Shelton as its Teacher of the Year for 2016-17. A ceremony honoring Shelton capped the VFW’s annual state convention, presented at … more
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled June 20 that a woman identified in court documents as Jane Zoe can sue the Douglas County School District for an incident in which a teacher distributed … more
Kevin Leung came to the United States from Hong Kong in 1988. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah and then his master’s degree in computer science from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Leung has lived in Douglas … more
Teachers and other employees of the Douglas County School District will get a 2 percent raise in the next school year, an increase interim Superintendent Erin Kane called “grossly inadequate” and which several school board members voted against, … more
Graduates, friends and family packed into EchoPark Automotive Stadium in Parker on May 26 to celebrate the graduating class of 2017. Senior class co-president Scott Johnson spoke to his classmates … more
With arms around one another and heads bowed, Valor Christian High School graduates prayed as a class one last time before tossing their blue caps into the air. Applause rang through Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch. Speakers at … more
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