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All 1,200 chairs were filled plus about twice that number of people brought their own chairs or stood during the May 26 Memorial Day ceremonies at Fort Logan National Cemetery. The ceremony followed traditional format. Gov. John Hickenlooper and … more
The dog days of summer do not have to be boring. Centennial Center Park's summer events offer an opportunity for fun for everyone from June through early August. The events kick off at 6 p.m. June 7 with the Summer Blast Off, a free concert … more
It's not just about the barbecues. That was the message local veterans really wanted visitors to Littleton's World War II Memorial on May 26 to hear. "Memorial Day is solely for those who died … more
Littleton High School's graduation ceremony is known for being lively, and the Class of 2014 did not disappoint, with creative speakers taking their time to shine. “When the zombie apocalypse happens, and it's only a matter of time, we're all … more
The message the Arapahoe High School Warriors Class of 2014 is sending to the community as they graduate is that they refuse to be defined by tragedy. “Needless to say, this has been a very unique experience for all of us, as we have … more
School district leaders said they saved money and created a better system by opting to build a Douglas County-specific teaching tool instead of buying such software from an outside vendor. But community members are challenging the figures the … more
Three bills that became law last week aim to alleviate the high cost of child care in Colorado. The laws, signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on May 22, address a number of financial areas and are a response to Colorado being the fifth least … more
A new law guarantees that arrested juvenile defendants will receive a lawyer when they face a judge for the first time. The law addresses a “concerning” statistic indicating that 45 percent of children go through the entire judicial process … more
A Highlands Ranch legislator hopes that a new marijuana law will help keep the drug out of the hands of children. Gov. John Hickenlooper on May 21 signed into law a bill that aims to distinguish cannabis-infused edibles like candy and cookies … more
A planned senior living complex in Lone Tree promises a comfortable retirement for its residents. MorningStar Senior Living aims to break ground on a five-acre complex this fall, with residents moving in sometime in 2016. The project's initial … more
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