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After finding success with her women's boutique in the small but historic town of Elizabeth, Denise Blodig decided to open a second location in the growing town of Castle Rock. “I just think the whole town of Castle Rock is starting to boom,” … more
Four Douglas County high schools will offer four nights of athleticism and entertainment when the Harlem Wizards perform during the first week of February. The public performances that double as fundraisers are part of what booster parents have … more
Governor John Hickenlooper offered a few words of advice for Colorado's General Assembly this legislative session: “Regardless of size, government must work.” During his State of the State … more
DENVER — Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today delivered his third State of the State address. The governor's remarks focused on the economy, education, transportation and budget … more
The Douglas County School Board walks a fine line between listening to its constituents and carrying out the ideals on which its members were elected, board president Kevin Larsen said. “Whether you’re at the national, state or local level, … more
Immigration is on the minds of many in light of the start of the new legislative season, and the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce wants to get everyone up to speed. The chamber is hosting a forum at 10 a.m. on Jan. 26 featuring Ali Noorani, … more
With much fanfare, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce moved into the Highway 105 location in 1985, but the building itself has quite a storied history. It’s been a bit transient. According to a … more
Beginning in February, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce will be relocated to 166 Second Street in Monument, in what was once the town hall, and recently served as Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection … more
Memorabilia from Arapahoe Community College's first 50 years was on display at its Colorado Gallery of the Arts through Jan. 14. Included were past issues of student-produced newspapers and the Progenitor, the college's annual literary publication. … more
In the late 1990s, downtown Castle Rock was made up largely of a single street running down Wilcox — no downtown fire or police station, no town hall and no library. Perry Street remained sparsely populated and Festival Park did not yet … more
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