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Chef Jeff Richard, of Old Stone Church Restaurant and Crave Real Burgers, will defend his title this year during the cooking competition at the 13th annual Taste of Douglas County. Last year was the first year the contest was added to the event, … more
As the crowd of perspective livestock buyers sits down in the bleachers around the show ring to enjoy their presale barbecue, the junior 4-H members comb the crowd. Armed with business cards that give information on their animals and all the … more
District Attorney George Brauchler of the 18th Judicial District has announced dates for the 2015 Fall Citizens Academy. For six weeks from 6 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday, Sept. 23 to Oct. 28, the free academy will take place in the DA's Arapahoe … more
A person from southern Colorado has died of the plague, the second person to die of the disease in the state this year. The unidentified adult from Pueblo County likely died of the relatively rare septicemic form of the disease, said Christine … more
Often called the most dangerous event in rodeo, the PRCA Xtreme Bulls bull-riding event helped kick off the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Aug. 6 in Castle Rock. Douglas County High School graduate Patrick Geipel, now of Westcliffe, got the crowd … more
Changes could be coming to the Castle Rock election process. The town took an initial step in calling a special election to coordinate with the county election scheduled for Nov. 3. It is considered a special election for the town because … more
The Liniger Building at CU South Denver (formerly The Wildlife Experience) is bringing back its most popular event for the 12th year. Art & Ale Brew Festival will again close out the summer … more
Envision an office environment that fosters the success of entrepreneurs through mentoring and collaboration. Innovation Pavilion, a Centennial-based incubator for business start-ups, has announced plans to establish a facility in Parker, … more
Reece Rubino was born in 2007, and at 3 months old he was diagnosed with Type 1 spinal muscular atrophy. Reece became part of a clinical trial at the Stanford School of Medicine, but the cost would have been financially overwhelming for his family. … more
Paul Morris turns and waves his arm in the direction of the road behind him, Crystal Valley Parkway. The road, which runs east to west from South Lake Gulch Road to I-25 on the south side of Castle Rock, is one of the busiest in the town. “This … more
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