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It should have been just another tournament for Castle View senior Joe Hunsaker. He knew the routine: Wake up early, meet at the school to carpool, weigh-ins at 7 a.m., wrestle at 9. He'd done it time and time again. Only this time, by the end of … more
Paul Donahue has been elected by his fellow councilmembers to serve another two-year term as the mayor of Castle Rock. Donahue, who was elected to council in 2008, has served as mayor since 2011. Councilmember Jennifer Green nominated him April … more
A Lakewood man was found guilty of trying to lure a 14-year-old girl to his home to have sex with her, and allegedly offered marijuana as an inducement, according to court records. Ronald Laroy Lewis, 34, was convicted of one count of Internet … more
Charles Schwab is moving forward with construction on its third, five-story office building and parking garage ahead of its original schedule. Originally targeted as part of a second phase of development at the Lone Tree campus on Lincoln Avenue, … more
All four of Highlands Ranch's public high schools will return this fall to the more traditional class schedule most used until 2011-12. Two of Parker's three high schools intend to follow suit a year later, while the other three county high schools … more
Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia visited Arapahoe Community College in Littleton on April 14 to address educators gathered to discuss changes in higher education stemming from HB 12-1155, which was designed to raise graduation rates for students who enter … more
A University of Colorado-Boulder Leeds School of Business study concludes that a statewide moratorium on hydraulic fracturing would put a drag on Colorado's economy, though the study's leader said they don't know potential environmental impacts of … more
Red light cameras could be a thing of the past, under a bill that is making its way through the Legislature. The bipartisan legislation would prohibit the use of red light cameras and photo radars … more
An effort to bolster a woman's reproductive rights was introduced at the legislature with a bang, but went out with a whimper. The bill — which would have prohibited the state from interfering … more
The issue of whether the open carry of firearms should be allowed in Town of Castle Rock-owned buildings and parks will go to a public vote. A special public meeting was held April 14 as a necessary follow-up to a successful referendum petition a group of residents initiated after council voted in late January to repeal an 11-year-old ordinance banning open carry on town property. more
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