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Because of her experience as a student in public schools, Ashley Maes decided to home-school her 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter. “When I was in school, I never felt challenged,” the Littleton resident said. “I was present in school … more
Elbert County's director of community and development services has filed a lawsuit claiming her emails were improperly intercepted and monitored by the county and that county officials made defamatory statements intended to embarrass her. more
Rising home equity and decreasing property tax rates sound like a win-win for Colorado homeowners. But Douglas County Assessor Lisa Frizell warns there is a downside. “It’s kind of a nice thing because our taxes won’t increase,” she said. … more
“Color Your Story” was the theme for the weekend when Elbert County 4-H sent 12 of its members to attend the South Central District Retreat March 17-19 in Divide. “We are so proud of our Elbert County youth getting involved at the district, … more
Continuing his commitment to increasing funding for education in rural areas, Elizabeth School District Superintendent Douglas Bissonette testified before the Colorado Senate Finance Committee at the Capitol on April 11. The bill, which has … more
Alex Muñoz danced, tossed a wooden rifle in the air and maneuvered a giant white flag under the lights of Englewood High School's football field. Along with about 100 other musicians, she was performing one last time before venturing 7,620 miles … more
Japanese beetles have descended on Front Range landscapes, and annual spawning frenzies send waves of frantic gardeners in search of a solution. Each June, the half-inch-long, green and brown metallic beetles lay waste to an array of ornamental … more
State lawmakers are pushing to get a sales tax increase in front of voters this November to fund transportation infrastructure improvements. But while House Bill 17-1242 has widespread support among Democrats, who ensured its passage in the House, … more
When Tony Schiefelbein was dismissed as Elbert County’s undersheriff on Feb. 14 for what county officials called a policy violation, the sheriff’s office set out to immediately fill the vacant position. Troy McCoy was sworn in as Elbert … more
Fundraising fun runs are nothing new, as participants in events like Muckfest and “Tough Mudder” competitions can attest. Obstacle courses are designed to test runners' endurance and athleticism, usually involving a lot of dirt and sweat. On … more
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