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Colorado Humane Society Named As Animal Planet National Finalist

La Plata County Humane society selected as TOP 5 Animal Planet Pet Renovation Finalist More

Former Senator and Colorado Early Colleges Founder Honored for Contributions to Colorado Education

Keith King founder/administrator for Colorado Early Colleges (CEC) in Parker, was among several Colorado educators recognized by The Education Center this month. More

Golden native trades in sales for scrubs

Golden native Michael McGlue wasn't happy with his career as a pharmaceutical salesman. So he started preparing for medical school -- at age 37. Today, he's a physician. More

Singing group for girls inspires confidence in young girls across the country

Singers Company, a non-competitive performing group for young girls has made its way to Colorado. Many girls across the country have built confidence and friendship from the program. More

Colorado School of Mines and Virginia Tech to create minerals industry consortium

Mines is teaming with Virginia Tech to create the first NSF-funded Industry/University Cooperative Research Center focused on geoscience and minerals exploration. More

Racial issues in the United States

I find it hard to believe that in today’s modern society there is still a severe issue with race. More

Painting to Change the World

Young female college student starts her own painting business in efforts to follow her dreams of impacting the world in a positive manner. More

Littleton Firefighters Rescue Dog From Local Pond

LFR responded to report of a dog on the ice saturday evening. crews responded quickly and deployed ice rescue equipment to rescue the exhausted family friend. More

Divorce Adjustment classes begin

Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends classes begin this week in the South Metro area. The weekly series of classes help those going through divorce or separation better adjust. More

Unitarian Universalists to Join Women’s March On Denver

The Castle Rock Unitarian Universalist Community (“CRUUC”) will be joining other regional Unitarian Universalist (“UU”) churches for the Women’s March on Denver this Saturday, January 21 (http://www.marchoncolorado.org/). More

The One-Year Diploma: Start Your Career without Student Loan Debt

Parker, CO January 4, 2017- Complete a College degree in one year without accumulating ANY student loan debt. More

Another Scholarship for Douglas County Students

The results are in and your local Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Annual Achievement Award turned out to be a huge success! Students from all backgrounds and with all levels of skills and abilities had an opportunity to showcase their individual talents in an attempt to win over $25,000 in scholarship prizes. A fantastic effort was made by all applicants and 6 winners were ultimately chosen. Local student Chasmine Malabanan from Highlands Ranch HS in Highland Ranch CO, was selected as an Honorable Mention award winner. Chasmine will be presented with a cash prize of $500 to award her winning endeavor. Chasmine is the second student from Douglas County in as many years to receive the scholarship. Open to students with all levels of talents and abilities, the Club Z! Annual Achievement Award has something to offer for all students in grades 5 through 12. So whether your student is a steadfast scholar or has shown steady improvement, a helper in the classroom or a leader on the field, can write a thoughtful essay or even a math whiz, the Club Z! Annual Achievement Award has something for all! Cash scholarship awards totaling $25,000 will be presented to the winning applicants during a special presentation held at the school. Winning entries are judged based on performance, service, merit and achievement. Students were encouraged to apply for the spring award period before the November 11 th , 2017 deadline. Stay posted for more information about the next award period for the spring semester in April! Feel free to visit our website for a list of national and local winner More

DAR Prospective Member Workshop

Workshop on January 21 11-2, at Golden Library for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution More

Nixing Sad Holidays for Singles

With a little planning, the holidays following a divorce or separation can still bring happiness, relief from loneliness, and the gifts of stronger friendships. More

Sex Trafficking in Colorado

Most people thing sex trafficking only happens in Las Vegas, but did you know it happens all around us? More

Assumd Racism, Encouraged by the press?

As cop shootings have been large in the press, it is often that the stories/cases aren't portrayed as they are but whatever will give the press more viewing rates. More

Castle Rock Resident Publishes Tenth Book

The Prayer God Loves to Answer: Accessing Christ’s Wisdom for Your Deepest Needs. See the attached Press Release. More

Shocking Rising of Suicide Rates

Rising suicide rates shock the nation as it is becoming more and more common. More

Progressives Problems

Suicide is a huge problem in America that can affect people from ages 10 to 80. Suicide is not just the main issue, suicide attempts and depression are related the the problem of suicide in the U.S. There are many organizations and fundraisers that help with the prevention of suicide but there are still so many deaths. I believe that suicide is the biggest issue in America today because we are losing so many pretious lives that could be doing something so much bette More

A Thank You Letter for the Wage Gap

A satire letter with the purpose of bringing awareness to the wage gap and the need for it to be diminished. More