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Students at Sedalia Elementary School are learning how to leave a smaller environmental footprint through their sustainability class and learning about the building of a tiny house. Principal George Boser said the project was inspired by FYI … more
For ThunderRidge High School senior Evan Davros, walking into a burning building with his father has always been a dream. He got his chance April 11 as part of the culmination of his time in the Douglas County Fire Science program. Davros and … more
Nicolle Dowling of Centennial knows her distracted driving is a problem. “I’m aware of it, but I need to do a better job of not doing it,” Dowling said. “Having the phone in my hand, whether it be for texting, talking, using navigation … more
When the first dedicated volunteers gathered in 2004 to pick up trash along East Plum Creek, they had no idea they were starting a new springtime tradition. Now, years later, hundreds of people meet for the town of Castle Rock's annual Spring Up the … more
The developer of Canyons South, Lowe Residential Development Company, will host another public meeting this week to review its annexation and zoning proposal. Over the last several months, Lowe Residential Development Company has held six … more
The Sedalia water tank, which is the sole supplier of water to the town and a historic site, is in the homestretch of receiving much-needed work, which will allow the tank to still be used, rather than replaced. “This was a much-overdue … more
Courage was the theme at the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office's first Distinguished Crime Victim Service Awards, held at Two Penguins Tap and Grill in Centennial. “These are phenomenal people, “ said District Attorney George … more
A pair of free tours at 9:30 a.m. May 14 will give area history buffs the opportunity to learn about some of Douglas County's first inhabitants — from the mammoths of prehistoric times to the pioneering homesteaders of the 1860s. The guided … more
After months of public outreach, conducting surveys, taking comments and hosting open houses in order to develop a preferred recreational plan for the Rueter-Hess Reservoir, that plan is ready to be unveiled. Members of the public are invited to … more
Construction was scheduled to start April 18 along Wilcox and Perry streets in downtown Castle Rock. Along Wilcox Street, work to rehabilitate crosswalks began on the south end near Briscoe Street. Crews will work their way north to Fifth Street. … more
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