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In a move to settle a lawsuit filed by a local political activist, the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners voted 2-0 on March 29 to repeal a resolution to indemnify District I County Commissioner Robert Rowland. The action by the BOCC … more
Three times each week, volunteers from the Harvest Bible Church's Helping Hands and Harvest Food Bank in Elizabeth make a trip across town to Walmart. And three times a week, they come away with a load of fresh produce and canned goods — around … more
Art Hughes had no way of knowing when he began tinkering with electronics in the fifth grade that he'd go on to invent a device that would change lives. Hughes' late wife, Linda, suffered from bronchiectasis, a degenerative lung condition. When … more
Milan Hejduk sits in the ceremony room at the Department of Homeland Security at 12484 East Weaver Place, Centennial, awaiting his turn to become a United States citizen. The former right winger wears an expression of anxious anticipation, a look … more
With winds gusting to over 40 mph and visibility down to less than 50 feet, area schools canceled classes, many local businesses shut their doors and county offices closed, turning employees loose early so they could make it home before the worst of … more
Suzy MacKenzie became involved in the care and ownership of horses as a young girl, fashioning a lifelong passion. “As a child, I always wanted to be a horse,” said MacKenzie, founder and executive director of the Eagle’s Nest Ranch in … more
It was a tale of two storms in the days leading up to Easter — the first storm a lion, the second a lamb. “The visibility, I've never seen anything like it out here,” said Elizabeth Fire Chief T. J. Steck about the fast-moving blizzard that … more
A man convicted by a jury for his role in a violent home invasion east of Parker was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Douglas County District Court Judge Richard Caschette imposed a sentence of 25 … more
After the March 23 snowstorm that dumped up to 2 feet of wet, heavy snow in many parts of the Denver metro area, homeowners may be wondering how to protect and repair snow-damaged trees in their yards and neighborhoods. Although the first impulse … more
The last vacant corner at Parker's busiest intersection is one step closer to being developed. Parker Town Council unanimously approved the annexation and rezoning of what's known as the Alcorn property during a meeting at town hall March 21. The … more
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