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Fredell Pomoted to President - CEO of CCESSE and Challenger

Fredell promoted to President - CEO of CCESSE and Challenger More

It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane… No It’s Superbird

The turkey vultures (TVs) are back after their winter vacation down in South America. Castlewood Canyon State Park (Castlewood) is celebrating the TVs return on Saturday, April 18, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Castlewood is located 5 miles south of Franktown on Parker Road/Highway 83. More

The Happy Movie

The movie "Happy" is our choice for April's free Movie that Matters at Living Light of Peace, 5927 Miller Street, Arvada. Showing on Sat, April 4, at 6:30 pm. Happy meal ingredients will be served for snacks. More

Calendar Saves The Planet One Day At A Time ‘Nerdy-Cool’ Team Act As Side-kicks

Do you know 365 things that you can do to help the environment? Would it be easy to learn and apply new or forgotten ideas by discovering them one day at a time? Nerdy-Cool Creations LLC is banking on it by creating the 365 page-a-day calendar, ‘365 Things You Can Do To Help The Environment’. The More

Monarch Butterfly Population Declines

Please find attached a press release regarding the drastic decline in the monarch butterfly population. Our press release is in response to the recent article in the Washington Post. See the following link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2015/02/09/the-monarch-massacre-n More

Space

Space Command wants 1200 Hackers More

Arapahoe C.C. to host three Astronomy star parties

Observe the night sky during these open-house outdoor events More

Douglas County Baby Needs A Diagnosis

Bringing attention to rare diseases and raising money for a baby in Douglas County to have a second opinion. More

Castle Rock Native Helps CDC Effort To Stop Ebola In Sierra Leone

Tara Sealy, a Castle Rock native, was part of the first all-female Ebola lab team in Sierra Leone. She and her colleagues broke several records for most Ebola tests completed, giving local doctors the critical test results they needed to identify positive patients. More

Clinic to spay 180 cats in February 'Beat the Heat' campaign

Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic is offering a special “Beat the Heat” campaign sponsored by PetSmart Charities and will provide $20 spay surgeries for 180 female cats during the month of February. Spay/neuter is one of the most effective ways to reduce the homeless pet population. More

Zonta of the Pikes Peak Area Welcomes Amelia Rose Earhart as Keynote Speaker

Amelia Rose Earhart who recently finished what her namesake never did in July 2014. She will share her experiences of completing the 24,300 nautical mile trip in a single-engine aircraft. The program will also feature a local retired Air Force pilot and member of the Ninety-Nines, Tara Nolan. More

Local Women Support Littleton High School's STEM Program

Members of Littleton-South Metro American Association of University Women support the successful implementation of Littleton High School's new STEM Program by providing money for off-campus activities. More

New Robotics Competition Hub Aims to Bring STEM Skills to Greater Colorado

BEST, Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology, is a not-for-profit organization which brings Robotics to middle and high school students at no charge. Colorado participation continues to grow yearly and requires a new Hub to accommodate all student who wish to participate. More

BLM extends public comment period for HAMET proposal and announces additional public

The Bureau of Land Management Royal Gorge Field Office wants your input on Fort Carson’s proposal to use public lands for helicopter training. More

Graduate students to apply for the ‘Students in Mining Program’ by Nov.15

Selected recipients will receive an advanced mineral analyzer to support and boost mineral-related research projects. More

Does a Wandering Mind Keep You From Being Happy? Bruna Brings Lessons on Happiness

Researchers report that a wandering mind can actually be a detriment to being happy. John Bruna of the Mindful Life Program comes to Colorado Springs Nov 6-9 to offer a free public talk and a full course in mindfulness, an antidote to a wandering mind, and much more. More

CU History Professor to Discuss Cold War at CU South Denver Event Nov. 1

On Saturday, Nov. 1, join CU-Boulder History Professor Lee Chambers for a discussion about the Cold War atmosphere of fear and mission urgency in the “Atomic City” of Los Alamos, NM. The event at CU South Denver in Douglas County is free and open to the public. More

Understand the Special Language of a Preterm Baby

In honor of National Prematurity Awareness Month, specialist LeAnn Hoye, RN, MSPT, offers tips to help parents understand the needs of their preterm baby. More

One small voice VS on big Re-development.

As I read about all the excitement because of the Re-development on 38th ave. I hope the good citizens in Wheat Ridge fair well but I also know that some of us will pay the price for another persons gain... More

Douglas County Conservation District's Annual Meeting of Landowners October 21, 2014

The District board to have a brief meeting. Bob and Kristen Welch will be recognized as this year's conservationist of the year and a $1000.00 college scholarship will be awarded. The "Hannah Ranch" movie will be featured along with door prizes, and complimentary sandwiches, beverages, desserts. More