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The Douglas County School District wants to make stronger connections with its parents and help them guide their children's education. The district now has a parent liaison on staff, and in September it will launch Parent University — classes … more
Do you like aliens, day-glow and running through neon-colored powders? Two upcoming races, the Area 13.1 Half Marathon and 5k on Sept. 6 in Castle Rock, and Castle Pines Run Wild on Sept. 14, have you covered. The Area 13.1 Half Marathon is a … more
The Town of Castle Rock officially retired one police dog and swore in another at its Aug. 19 town council meeting. Legion, a Belgian malinois born in the Netherlands in January 2007, was given an official retirement proclamation by Mayor Paul … more
Colorado's economic outlook is bright, as is indicated by two business reports that were released last week. The state's unemployment rate ticked down slightly in July, and Colorado experienced its 33rd consecutive month of job gains. And, on … more
Residents were awaiting results three days after the polls closed in Castle Rock's Aug. 19 special election relating to the open carry of firearms in town-owned facilities and parks. According to … more
A backer of a ballot measure that would require labels on foods that are genetically modified said his effort is about allowing Coloradans to “make informed decisions about what we are feeding our families.” But opponents fear that … more
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A Colorado Department of Education audit of Ponderosa High School's schedule has resulted in longer class times and a shorter lunch period for the 2014-15 academic year. State officials are providing limited information about the audit of the … more
The Town of Castle Rock will have to wait a little longer for the results of the Aug. 19 special election relating to the open carry of firearms in town-owned facilities and parks. The ballot contained two questions, one regarding the authority of the town manager to regulate open carry, and another on a charter amendment that would require a town vote to change gun laws in the future. more
Students released hundreds of blue and yellow balloons into the sky above the Parker campus of Colorado Early Colleges Aug. 18, marking the non-traditional high school's opening. A total of 344 students are enrolled in the free Douglas County … more
Almost ensuring a seamless transition, longtime Sky Ridge Medical Center chief operating officer Susan Hicks was named the hospital's new president and chief executive officer Aug. 18. Hicks steps in for former CEO Maureen Tarrant, who recently … more
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