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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
In a city with more than 100 dining options, Seasons 52 aims to go straight to the top. “We just want to be the best restaurant in Lone Tree,” operations director Michael Jong said. “We want our service to set us apart. It's a privilege to … more
The Douglas County School District’s legal fees to appeal its court-ruled violation of the Colorado Campaign Fair Practices Act now total about $113,470. A Denver judge ruled in December 2013 that the district violated the act and attempted to … more
Education reform may be accelerating the pace of teacher turnover not just in Douglas County but throughout Colorado, some experts say. And while some say changes can be made to soften the impact and slow turnover, others maintain it is part of … more
In 2010, while living in Seattle, Lisa and Steve Stucky read an article in a magazine about international adoptions that would change their lives. At an orphanage in Zambia, widows were making handbags to support themselves and their … more
Denver broadcast personality Susie Wargin and her brother Ted have participated for years in the state's numerous cycling events. “We did so many rides we thought, `Let's put on a ride. How hard can it be?' ” Susie Wargin said. “It's a … more
Colorado's first-ever statewide mental-health crisis hotline went live on Aug. 12, an effort that state leaders hope will save lives. The 24/7 Colorado Crisis and Support Line was born from legislation aimed at curbing mental health-related … more
The door is open to Nick Lucey's new studio in downtown Castle Rock. It's far from a finished product at the moment, however. The walls are still barren. A few paint cans sit huddled together in the corner. A cowskin rug covers the freshly … more
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