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According to a Gleneagle area homeowners association alert, a large bear has been spotted recently in the area. "This is an approximately 300-350 pound reminder of why we stress that trash cans … more
On Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Monument Police Department, in conjunction with the Palmer Lake Police Department, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the Fountain Police … more
On Sept. 21, Lockheed Martin Space Systems took the knowledge, skill and creativity of hundreds who live in Littleton and surrounding areas and launched them into an alien orbit 138 million miles away. “This is an immense achievement for NASA … more
In the race to become Colorado's next secretary of state, two candidates are touting their qualifications while distancing themselves from the man who currently holds the post. Republican El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Wayne Williams will take … more
Vice President Joe Biden last week became the latest big-name political figure to visit Colorado to raise campaign cash in a state that is getting plenty of national attention for its high-profile races. Biden came to Denver on Sept. 19 to speak … more
Republican Bob Beauprez is among six candidates running for Governor of Colorado this fall. The 66-year-old Beauprez took time on Sept. 15 to stop by Monument Academy to see how the charter school … more
Vice President Joe Biden came to Denver on Sept. 19 to urge men to stand up against domestic violence, saying that men have "an absolute obligation to intervene when you see violence taking … more
Could revised ballot language and a “human face” approach to this year's version of a personhood amendment pay dividends for backers — or is the measure destined to fail like previous efforts? The last three efforts to pass a constitutional … more
Since eighth grade, Matt Heery of Monument has been focused on one goal – attending a service academy for college, and a lot of his decisions have been made with that goal in mind. But after … more
Dolores “Dodi” Whitelaw ran for a Board of Education seat in 1980. When she, her husband, and four sons relocated to the Tri-Lakes Region, they were part of the surge in the local population that … more
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