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Churches usually welcome new families into their congregations with open arms and a seat in the pew, but the Parker Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is using black-and-yellow crime scene tape. A family of hawks recently built a nest in … more
The Douglas County School district is hosting a series of community meetings as it prepares to launch a districtwide survey of students, teachers and community members. The survey program was … more
A Lone Tree man has been named in a grand jury indictment as the leader of a drug-trafficking network throughout the Denver metro area that had $2.2 million worth of heroin seized in recent raids. Jose DeJesus Bernal-Zamora was at his apartment … more
Thick clouds of oily black smoke billowed from the Centennial Airport airfield on the night of Aug. 16, illuminated by the flashing red and blue lights of 35 ambulances and fire engines responding to the scene. But it was all part of the … more
A universal health care proposal headed to Colorado ballots this fall has exposed some painful rifts among the state’s liberals. The tension boiled over last week when the left-leaning activist group ProgressNow Colorado held a news conference … more
Douglas County officials were among those who testified at the Aug. 17 meeting of the 2016 Interim Study Committee on Cost-benefit Analysis of Legalized Marijuana in Colorado. Committee members are state Reps. Dan Pabon, Jonathan Singer and … more
Online registrations are being accepted for this year's Youth Congress, which will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 26 at the PACE Center in Parker. The program unites high school students from throughout Douglas County with area … more
Each year, Larkspur Fire's certified tree-cutters must cut at least three trees at a fire or during training to maintain that certification. To help do that, the Larkspur Fire Protection District is holding a free lottery this fall for district … more
Among its many priorities for 2017, the Town of Castle Rock wants to focus on improving roads, balancing growth with community character, encouraging more business and job development, maintaining quality parks and recreation, providing good public … more
“Transparency” has become a popular buzzword in political discussions, and while the term may be newer than the idea, advancing technology is making it a reality. Douglas County hopes to pioneer the trend with new open data products and … more
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