The new interactive map feature gives people a chance to look at snapshots of each school in the district. Information on the student body, how the school has performed in statewide testing, mission statement from school leadership and programs at the school are all available with a click of a button.
Aurora City Council has approved an agreement to pay $50,000 to partially fund the Lost Creek Underground Storage Pilot Project, located northeast of the city in the Lost Creek basin. Castle Rock will pay $50,000 for the study too — which will survey the area, drilling bore holes to reaffirm the area is suitable for an underground storage facility
As state and local governments grapple with how to pay for much-needed transportation projects, backers of toll roads say forking over a few bucks per mile should be part of the conversation
“The first is that the current 10-hour shift schedule utilized for patrol officers ineffectively pairs resources with peak workload periods,” the executive summary of the report said
The Broomfield Enterprise reports that Stephen Wunder, Andrew Wunder, Bethany Wunder and Christian Wunder were ordered to pay the state on Wednesday for allegations that they promised members of their travel club deep discounts at exotic hotels and time shares around the world, but actually did nothing more than search online travel websites to book their clients’ travels.
Butterfly Pavilion employee Sarah Garrett says it’s typical to see painted ladies migrate during this time of year, but not in such large numbers. Garrett says it’s probably because of a great summer season of breeding that boosted the population
“The city of Aurora has seen great successes with Natural Helpers in the past year, and the program’s graduates are already making a big difference with our immigrant and refugee communities, making them feel safe, welcome and part of this city,” said Ricardo Gambetta, head of Aurora’s Office of International and Immigrant Affairs, in a statement.
“The R Line needs one to two years of delivering service to the east and southeast metro communities before assessing performance using service standards and any consideration of service cuts,” the letter said. “It is simply too early to know what true ridership is until residential and other impacts are fully in place.”
“We’re not letting students get away from their behavior. If students aren’t ready to hear that consequence it can them become a power struggle between the adult and the student,” Langberg said. “We’re giving students a chance to reset, connect with their emotions and them be able to hear what they need to do to restore that trust.”
DENVER | The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has finished excavating the Thornton triceratops. The Denver Post reports (http://dpo.st/2fhDKmP ) that excavation of the pre-historic creature finished on Monday, and with about 80 percent of the skull and 15 percent of the skeleton being recovered, the triceratops is the most complete Cretaceous-period fossil to be […]