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After several rounds of chemotherapy and radiation, Corrine “Cori” Fierkens has now turned to immunotherapy as a way to build up her immune system and fight her cancer. “I suspect that I will be doing immunotherapy for the rest of my life … more
Kelly Mayr has five birth children, three adopted children and one foster child. So the month of May, which is National Foster Care month, resonates with her. She's been a foster parent for about five years and, in that time, some 15 children … more
Moving to Colorado I moved to Colorado in 2007 from Georgia. I am originally from Massachusetts. I am married with four children ages 28, 27, 17 and 15. We relocated to Colorado for my husband's job and settled in Castle Rock. I am a Registered … more
What he calls the two W’s — the weather and the weekend — brought Chris King and his family to Festival Park, at Second and Wilcox Streets, May 6 for the kickoff of a new event series in Castle Rock, which drew 1,500 throughout the three-hour … more
Concerts under the stars, a splash pad and a wedding venue are a few of the anticipated additions to Philip S. Miller Park that will open to the public May 14. The second phase of the park, which includes the amphitheater, the Millhouse events … more
Getting into coffee I've owned Crowfoot Coffee in Castle Rock since Jan. 2, 1999. I've been doing coffee a long time. Originally, I got a job at Starbucks in Seattle during college. I worked weekends and nights during college there. Then, I … more
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Jan Wilusz is an occupational therapist and has four young children, twin 7-year-old boys and two girls, ages 6 and 3. “I can’t afford to work,” Wilusz said. “I want to work. I love my career, but it would cost me more to work and put the … more
Martial arts instructor Eddie Afyoni begins each class by reciting the same mantra with his students: “To be a good person — knowledge in your mind — honesty in your heart — and to be a good friend.” The beginning of his classes are … more
Spoke N Motion bills itself as “Colorado's only totally integrated dance company.” It includes dancers with and without disabilities. “UnVeil” will be a fundraiser performance at 7 p.m. May 14 and 1 p.m. May 15 at the wheelchair-accessible … more
If Benjamin Franklin were alive today, he would tell Douglas County School District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen that a pistol in the hand is worth a dozen assault rifles locked in the trunk of a … more
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