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Move Over: 'Our job is inherently dangerous'

On a recent afternoon, Deputy Trey Arnold with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office walked back to his patrol car from a vehicle he'd pulled over on Interstate 25 in Castle Rock. By the front …
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    • New development stands out in downtown Castle Rock

      It looks both rustic and new. Its colors neutral and bright. Some of the walls protrude, while others retract. The Move, a recently completed development in downtown Castle Rock, brings a wave of modern architecture to the historic …

    • Entrepreneur, 19, opens first cafe in Castle Rock

      He’s 19 years old. He owns his own franchise location — and he’s looking to own more. Zak Solis of Sedalia has stepped into the food industry by opening a Vitality Bowls franchise location in Castle Rock. In June that was still a dream, but …

    • A winter wonderland in Castle Rock

      Winterfest brought food, vendors, ice sculpting and a little exercise to Castle Rock on Dec. 3. While participants in a 5K race finished their run nearby, others attending the event enjoyed the activities in Festival Park, including cyclists from …

    • New program works to prevent domestic homicides in Douglas County

      In 2015, law enforcement agencies in Douglas County responded to nearly 800 domesticrelated calls. “If that seems startling,” Castle Rock Police Chief Jack Cauley said at a Nov. 16 news conference, “please keep in mind that it is believed …

    • My name is…Alejandra Chavez

      About me I am 23. I am from Ventura, California. I love spending time with my family. I like going on adventures a lot and finding new places, new coffee shops, new food places, everything. Since I moved I've been spending a lot of time by …