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Finding faith in unique ways

When Amanda Horvath moved from Boston to the Denver area for school, she was looking for a place where she could find a sense of community. “I immediately felt at home when I started attending South Fellowship’s Summit group for young …
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    • Two Douglas County students falsely reported threats, authorities say

      Two Douglas County School District students were arrested April 20 - the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting - on suspicion of falsely reporting threats to authorities, according to the …

    • Council approves $300 million Miller's Landing project

      Castle Rock will soon have a new $300 million development called Miller's Landing near Interstate 25 and Plum Creek Parkway. The four-phase, 65-acre project received final approval April 18 when the town council signed a $65 million public …

    • Honoring victims of crime

      Law enforcement, prosecutors, victims rights advocates and crime victims gathered at the Douglas County Justice Center on April 6 to honor those affected by crime and the people who support them. The event's theme — “Strength, Resilience, …

    • Castle Rock group files intent to petition for elected mayor

      A Castle Rock group on a mission to have the town mayor elected by an at-large vote of residents submitted petitions to the town for review last week. On April 13, the town clerk certified for circulation three petitions related to mayoral …

    • HOPE Online gets improvement plan from state board

      HOPE Online and the Colorado State Board of Education have agreed on an improvement program that will see the school's board of directors expand from five to seven members and will include a management partnership to support teacher and leadership …