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Flying high in Castle Rock

Rebekah Leach grew up loving dance, but she really fell in love with the movement when she started training in college in 2003. On the wall in her dance class was a poster for aerial dance. “That image of this girl dancing in rope just looked …
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North Meadows Extension set to open to drivers

Christine Nichols and Roger Felch aim to get on C-470 in Morrison by 6 a.m. every morning to drive to work at Castle View High School. At that hour, they can usually make the 40-mile drive from home to school in about 50 minutes, barring snow. On …
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Nitrous oxide for childbirth comes to Castle Rock

Moms-to-be now have another option for pain management during childbirth at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. The hospital is now one of three in the Denver metro area — Littleton Adventist and University Hospital in Denver are the others — to …
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Park Meadows — ‘a magnet’ for growth

When Park Meadows mall was being built in the mid-1990s, some in the fledgling city of Lone Tree didn't favor it — some didn't even know what the massive structure near I-25 and County Line Road was going to be. "When I first moved here, I was …
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    • Website lays out government data

      “Transparency” has become a popular buzzword in political discussions, and while the term may be newer than the idea, advancing technology is making it a reality. Douglas County hopes to pioneer the trend with new open data products and …

    • Castle Rock will ask voters to keep excess revenue

      Castle Rock Town Council will ask voters if the town can keep excess tax revenue collected during 2015 to pay for future police, fire, and emergency medical and transportation expenses. The ballot question will be part of the Nov. 8 general …

    • 18th Judicial District breaks digital ground

      The 18th Judicial District has become the first in Colorado to go all-digital with the legal process known as “discovery.” District Attorney George H. Brauchler volunteered his district to be the first in the state to go live with a new …

    • Mentorship program built on compassion

      Ashleigh Wise credits the Ambassadors of Compassion Leadership Program with bringing her a newfound confidence and making her feel more connected to her classmates. Wise is a 2016 graduate of the program at Cimarron Middle School in …

    • Partying in the Pines, park

      In a perfect world, Castle Pines City Councilmember Ned Ward said the city would be built around a community center or park — a space for residents to connect and have fun. The first-ever Party in the Park, one of three events hosted over the …

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