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Castle Rock will be taking its first crack at urban renewal by cleaning up an old dump. At its Sept. 2 meeting, the town council approved, 6-0, the first application submitted to the Urban Renewal Authority for two areas located near Plum Creek … more
Castle Rock Town Council has decided to allow the town's election commission to determine the future of the town's policies in regard to recounts and challenges. At its Aug. 26 council meeting, council proposed an emergency adoption of an … more
Now that the votes from the Aug. 19 special election have been counted and certified, Castle Rock residents will have to navigate the new reality of open carry in town-owned buildings and parks. Open Carry is now allowed in all town-owned … more
A year after opening, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital has exceeded expectations. The hospital, at 2350 Meadows Blvd, provided acute care for 25 percent of patients in Castle Rock since opening its doors. It expects that number to jump to 35-40 … more
Tony and Valerie Marietta, who lost their daughter to suicide, almost didn't come to the Sept. 6 South Metro Out of the Darkness Walk. “We weren't emotionally sure we could do it,” said Tony Marietta, carrying a large, full-color poster … more
Dogs and hiking. It may just be the quintessential Colorado fundraiser. The 10th annual Dumb Friends League Wag n’ Trail will take place Sept. 20 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Glendale Farm Open Space northeast of Castle Pines. The event will … more
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall and fellow Democrat candidates on the November ballot held a rally Friday afternoon, marking the kick-off of their ground campaign, bolstered by a visit from Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. More than a hundred … more
Although President Barack Obama isn't on the November ballot this year, he was very much a part of a U.S. Senate race debate that was held in Grand Junction on Sept. 6. The president's name … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez swapped barbs during a lively debate in Grand Junction on Sept. 6, marking the first time the two gubernatorial rivals squared off this … more
The Douglas County School District says the Colorado Department of Education's statistics don't accurately reflect local teacher turnover. Among the differences: The state measures a different time period than the district, includes charter … more
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