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Sabrina, a 20-year-old Parker resident who asked her last name not be used, learned of the Aug. 5 closing of the town's Planned Parenthood clinic when she came to pick up her birth control recently. The news surprised her, she said, but although … more
Kevin Leung came to the United States from Hong Kong in 1988. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah and then his master’s degree in computer science from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Leung has lived in Douglas … more
Opioid misuse is at an all-time high and doctors are part of the problem — and, hopefully, the solution. That’s according to those participating in a new program in Colorado aimed at stopping opioid abuse. “Medicine as a whole is … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
A climber was injured after falling approximately 100 feet while climbing in the area of Devils Head mountain on June 18. The climber landed on a 30- to 40-foot-high ledge, according to a Douglas County Sheriff's Office news release. Devils Head … more
Douglas County Search and Rescue found two hikers and their dog who had become lost after accidentally leaving a trail in the Devil's Head area of the Pike National Forest on June 15. The two men had hiked through the area for several hours. They … more
Commissioners swore they'd stay committed to finding the money to widen Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Monument, but ultimately the board voted down a controversial proposal by Commissioner … more
Father’s Day, which this year falls on June 18, celebrates an estimated 70.1 million fathers in the United States. Forty percent of them say their ideal gift is to spend quality time with their families, according to a Pew Research Center … more
Teachers and other employees of the Douglas County School District will get a 2 percent raise in the next school year, an increase interim Superintendent Erin Kane called “grossly inadequate” and which several school board members voted against, … more
Linda Fradin retired from Irvine, California, to Castle Rock in 2011. And, she says, so far so good. “I love it. Great neighbors. Quiet,” Fradin said during a June 7 open house at the town’s Philip S. Miller Park. “Overall, very happy … more
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