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Top 7 items you need to pack for travel this year

(BPT) - The autumn foliage, the holiday season — it’s all upon us. You’re all set to travel, but it may have been awhile since your last voyage. What do you need to bring along for … more

Fraught Douglas County School Board meeting follows judge's ruling on masks

They’re sociopaths. They should resign. Nothing but dictators. They don’t care about kids. Those are a few of the comments slung at Douglas County School Board members last night. more

Letter to the editor: Examine disease numbers

Examine disease numbers We continue to be bombarded with selective fear “facts” about COVID-19 that fail the “science test.” For instance, how many people know what the percent is of deaths … more

Letter to the editor: Health board is pandering

Health board is pandering The “Big Lie” has come to the local level here in Douglas County. The new “Douglas County Board of Health” President Beneveneto says: “This board is not … more

Tree limb recycling event set for Nov. 7

With the arrival of fall, it’s time to prune trees and shrubs. Instead of placing tree branches out for trash collection, residents can recycle them at the Highlands Ranch Metro District’s free … more

Highlands Ranch Metro District unveils $13.5 million 2022 budget

Highlands Ranch Metro District staff has unveiled the proposed budget for 2022, starting the official process toward final approval in December. To meet state law, Metro District Finance Director … more

Aiming to please with mac and cheese

In opening a new Highlands Ranch restaurant, Vu Tran said he will focus on mentoring young staff members, improving the community and, most importantly, providing a menu full of mac and cheese. On … more

Three Ways To Keep Your Child Safe From COVID-19

(NAPSI)—Children and teens are catching and spreading COVID-19 at an increasingly high rate. Even if your child or teen has not yet contracted COVID-19, they are at risk, especially with the low … more

Three Ways To Keep Your Child Safe From COVID-19

(NAPSI)—Children and teens are catching and spreading COVID-19 at an increasingly high rate. Even if your child or teen has not yet contracted COVID-19, they are at risk, especially with the low … more

Three Ways To Keep Your Child Safe From COVID-19

(NAPSI)—Children and teens are catching and spreading COVID-19 at an increasingly high rate. Even if your child or teen has not yet contracted COVID-19, they are at risk, especially with the low … more

Three Ways To Keep Your Child Safe From COVID-19

(NAPSI)—Children and teens are catching and spreading COVID-19 at an increasingly high rate. Even if your child or teen has not yet contracted COVID-19, they are at risk, especially with the low … more

Denver Film Festival returns with the theatrical experience in tow

The latter half of the 2010s saw increased involvement in national and local elections, with more women running – and winning – than ever before. While national figures drew a lot of eyes, … more

Two die after chase in Brighton, police say

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Michael Martinez appointed as Brighton city manager

Brighton's new city manager was the acting city manager for the past week/ City council made the promotion official during an Oct. 26 special meeting. He succeeds Jane Bais DiSessa, who … more

Youth invited to enter Space Foundation art contest

The Space Foundation is inviting art students to enter the 12th annual International Student Art Contest. The 2022 International Student Art Contest theme is “Living, Working and Playing on the … more

Election 2021: School board candidate files report with sheriff after audience confrontation

A candidate for re-election to the Douglas County School Board has filed a report with the county sheriff's office after a heated confrontation with an audience member at a candidate forum. The … more

Judge temporarily blocks Douglas County mask-rule exemption

A federal judge temporarily halted Douglas County’s public health order, which allowed people to opt out of mask mandates and restricted quarantines, during an Oct. 26 ruling. U.S. District … more

Douglas County commissioners allow naming property after people

Douglas County is now able to name its buildings and other properties after someone who has died after the commissioners approved a rule change in a split 2-1 vote Oct. 12. Commissioners George Teal … more

Election 2021: Sex-ed views differ at Douglas County school board candidate forum

Douglas County School Board candidates answered questions about much-discussed topics at an Oct. 25 forum — like equity in education, COVID-19 mitigation strategies, youth mental health and … more
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