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Douglas County Libraries will host an evening with New York Times best-selling author Sandra Brown at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 19 at its Castle Rock location, Philip S. Miller branch, 100 S. Wilcox St. Brown will discuss and sign her latest thriller, … more
Determined to reduce the growing number of Hispanics who die in car crashes each year, the Colorado Department of Transportation is launching a new Spanish-language impaired driving television public service announcement. The PSA, created and … more
Community members from all over Douglas County lined Wilcox and Perry streets in downtown Castle Rock on Aug. 6 to watch the nearly 200 floats walk, ride and drive by during the annual Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Parade. Floats included local … more
Following the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Aug. 6, The Castle Rock Downtown Alliance kept the party going with Boots & Brews, a free street party at Festival Park. Highlights of the event included food trucks, bounce games — including an … more
The annual Douglas County Fair and Rodeo took over Castle Rock the past two weeks with a variety of agricultural and family-friendly activities. This year marked the first time the carnival was open for both weekends of the event. A big addition … more
Counties throughout Colorado, especially those that have banned commercial marijuana, are facing challenges when in comes to regulating and identifying legal and "gray-market" marijuana grow houses. Loopholes in the amendments that legalized … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has become the first House Republican to expressly distance himself from Donald Trump in a campaign ad. Coffman — who is seeking a fifth term representing the 6th Congressional District — faces a competitive … more
The streets were lined with onlookers Aug. 3 as cowhands drove a herd of longhorn steers and other cattle from Searle Ranch in Monument through downtown Castle Rock. The drive was the kickoff of Western Heritage Welcome, a new event in Castle Rock … more
Brody Smith, 5, sat in the driver's seat of a Castle Rock Police Department off-road vehicle, pretending to drive and protect the community. He wants to be a police officer when he grows up and was excited to be able to meet the real deal during … more
Judge Michael Martinez of the 2nd Judicial District stopped the Douglas County School District's school voucher program Aug. 3. Martinez granted the injunction filed by Taxpayers for Public … more
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