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For many homebrewers, the ultimate dream is to have your beer brewed professionally on a commercial scale. For Mark Buster, of Centennial — a member of the local homebrew club the Parker Hopaholics — that dream became a reality. His homemade … more
Christina Riegel, 41, is married, lives in Perry Park and works in logistics. She was born in Germany and raised in Colorado. Riegel holds an associate degree in transportation, an associate degree in Military Instructor Technology, a bachelor's … more
James Clark Huff, 72, is a part-time doctor and professor at University Hospital and the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Huff was born in Laurel, Mississippi, and grew up in and around Lubbock, Texas. After graduating from high school, … more
Douglas County School District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen is expected to turn in her resignation this week after a school district in Texas confirmed her as its new superintendent. Fagen - … more
Zak Solis, 19, has dreamed of owning his own restaurant since he was a kid. That dream will become a reality this fall, when he opens Vitality Bowls at the Promenade at Castle Rock. “I’m just excited to finally have my dreams come true,” … more
Ten-year-old Rachel Bloomfield's favorite subject is science. And for the Student Innovation Expo at Mountain Vista High School, she showcased her edible water bottle project. “Chefs use these materials to make things look like caviar,” the … more
It was a hot day June 11 and close to 9,000 rubber duckies cooled off with a float down Plum Creek. The 20th annual Ducky Derby and Street Festival, hosted by the three Rotary clubs of Castle Rock and Castle Pines, raised funds for the … more
Editor's note: The Q&As with the other two Republican candidates for state Senate District 4 ran last week. Jim Smallwood, 45, petitioned to get himself on the ballot as a Republican candidate for state Senate District 4. A self-described “Army … more
Hundreds of kids put on their swimsuits, fastened their helmets and laced up their sneakers to give their best effort in this year's annual Tri the Rock youth triathlon in Castle Rock. More than 400 young athletes participated in the May 21 event … more
On June 22, commuters are invited to leave their cars at home and pedal their way to and from the office as part of the annual Colorado Bike to Work Day, which aims at getting more people out of their cars and onto the back of their bicycles on a … more
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