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The Douglas County Fair Foundation's signature event, dubbed the “Cowboy Ball,” will be held at 6 p.m. on May 3 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds Events Center, 500 Fairgrounds Road, Castle Rock. The ball will feature a cash bar, dinner, … more
Anticipation is building for the fall opening of a University of Colorado campus at The Wildlife Experience. A well-attended welcoming reception at the Parker museum April 3 kicked off the beginning of what’s being billed as a symbiotic … more
Pete Mazula exudes a curious combination of joy and fierceness. Both are inspired by the students at Mountain Ridge Middle School, where the 60-year-old Mazula has spent 10 years as a security specialist. “I can’t even begin to tell you how … more
Chris Selheim may have been humbled after a recent proclamation declared the first week of April in Castle Rock to be Chris Selheim Week. But for those who work with Selheim — who has served the town since 2007, currently as a mechanic, and his … more
Since 1919, League of Women Voters members have been meeting to discuss the many aspects of local, state and national government: legislation, ballot issues and background information a voter needs to make wise decisions. The nonpartisan … more
The Douglas County School District is inviting parents to help it protect their children. A series of forums, triggered by the loss of several students to suicide and other 2014 incidents, are planned this month. The series, “Safeguarding … more
A stabbing along East Plum Creek Trail has landed the suspect in custody, while the victim is being treated for injuries. more
The expansion of a job-growth incentive tax credit is gaining momentum at the Legislature. Under current law, businesses can earn income tax credits over a five-year period for every job they create in Colorado. The new bill would expand the … more
The potential health impacts of oil and gas operations among Front Range residents will be studied, under a bill that is making its way through the Legislature. But increased costs to the legislation that were added during a recent House … more
A bill that seeks to provide tuition relief for out-of-state American Indian students will be scaled back because of difficulties over the cost assessment of the legislation, according to the bill … more
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