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Sean Hannon is impressed by children who conquer the new EPIC Sky Trek in town. “The fearlessness,” he said. Hannon, who owns the martial arts school Castle Rock Aikido, recently took on the tower himself with student Heather Taber. The … more
The bodies of two young Americans who died fighting the Islamic State group in Syria were returned to their sobbing families early Sept. 16 in simple, gray caskets that were pulled from an Amtrak train in Denver as throngs of sleepy passengers … more
Impact fees fund Castle Rock's capital projects, such as transportation or parks improvements. They also follow the theory that growth should pay for growth. The fees are collected when a building permit is issued for any structure that requires … more
When it comes to crosswalks, Castle Rock is stepping away from the ordinary. The town will soon be installing a series of “creative crosswalks” along Perry and Wilcox streets. By creative, they mean crosswalks depicting things such as … more
Voters have spoken loud and clear, according to those who led the charge to recall District 5 Castle Rock Town Councilmember Renee Valentine. Sid Brooks, one of the three primary petitioners, said the election results in the recall of Mayor Paul … more
One of the key figures behind the Douglas County School District's market-based pay system for teachers is leaving. A school district spokeswoman has confirmed that Chief Human Resources Officer … more
At a central intersection in Highlands Ranch — where South University Boulevard and Highlands Ranch Parkway meet — sits a UCHealth Emergency Room. Less than half a mile north is a Concentra Urgent Care. Three miles to the west, near Town Center, … more
The Outlets at Castle Rock will host an event this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. that offers special discounts, live music, food and over $75,000 in prizes. The 11th Annual Shopping Extravaganza … more
This year, under a cloudy sky, the Denver metro area's first responders again paid tribute to the memory of those who died, and those who risked their lives in the Sept. 11 terror attacks on New York … more
As they looked out a fourth-floor window at Parker Adventist Hospital, members of Detective Dan Brite’s family saw a bright blue sky above and a sea of blue below. More than a thousand people stood in the parking lot, dressed in blue, to pray and … more
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