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Years of back and forth between the reform-minded majority of the Douglas County School Board and members of the community in opposition boiled over last month. The June 21 school board meeting began with protests outside the school district … more
Many Douglas County residents don't realize some of the people closest to them are skipping meals or choosing between paying for medicine, rent or food. Robert Peterson wants them to know that hunger and food insecurity are very real problems, … more
In an effort to offer more for attendees to do, the 2016 Douglas County Fair and Rodeo is amping of its first weekend of festivities by offering a free concert and opening the carnival. “We're trying to build the first weekend as a fun, family, … more
Khloee Boheright, 5, and her mom, Amanda, visited Festival Park in Castle Rock every Wednesday last summer for the bounce houses, slip 'n slides and super soakers at Splash in the Park. “It's just a fun community thing to do,” Amanda … more
For Castle View High School alumna and University of Colorado student Brooke Bolen, receiving a scholarship from the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation means she can focus more on her studies rather than working to pay for school. “It's a nice … more
The Town of Castle Rock is launching a new free concert series, Tunes for Trails / Perks for Parks, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on select Thursdays at the Amphitheater at Philip S. Miller Park. These concerts will feature Colorado bands and aim for a family … more
Colorado law enforcement agencies and elected officials offered their support for Dallas police and called for unity the morning after five officers were killed and seven others were wounded during a protest in the nation's ninth-largest city. more
For the past few weeks, the north side of the intersection of Plum Creek Parkway and Wilcox Street in Castle Rock has been closed. Work on that half is just about done, and crews have now switched to the southern half. Here's what to expect … more
Hiking along a single trail from Wyoming, through Castle Rock, all the way to New Mexico could become a reality, and the Town of Castle Rock is looking for feedback from residents. The East Plum Creek Trail is the main trail that travels through … more
Colorado officials say homicides increased by nearly 15 percent statewide last year while rapes increased by almost 11 percent. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation's annual crime report released … more
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