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Teri Robinson set up camp in front of L.L. Bean at 6:45 p.m. Nov. 20, slept outside and waited more than 14 hours to be first in line for the Park Meadows' store's 9 a.m. Nov. 21 grand opening. All in the hope of winning one of five $500 gift … more
The newly built Philip S. Miller Park will be getting a finishing touch. The town has approved the construction of a $55,000 bronze statue commemorating Philip S. Miller, the late banker and philanthropist. Over the summer, the Public Art … more
A $177 million project broke ground in Castle Rock on Nov. 17. Alberta Development Partners will build the Promenade at Castle Rock shopping center on a 200-acre lot just off I-25 and US Highway 85. The Promenade will house for different … more
The Colorado Association of School Boards’ director successfully appealed to the Douglas County School Board to rejoin his organization. The board voted 5-2 during its Nov. 18 meeting to renew membership with CASB, a relationship it severed in … more
Stormwater improvements are underway along Hangman’s Gulch Trail. The work is taking place west of Liggett Road, at the railroad crossing and at the intersection of Hangman’s Gulch and the East Plum Creek Trail. The work consists of crews … more
After some reshuffling, Castle Rock has put the finishing touches on the designs and payment plan that will create a pipeline to bring renewable water to the town. On Nov. 18, town council approved Castle Rock’s participation in the design of … more
Castle Rock residents will see a slight increase in utility bills in 2015. Town council voted 5-2 on Nov. 18 to approve an increase in some water fees and rates in the coming year in order to meet the needs of a growing population and long-term … more
After nearly three months of construction, The Colorado Department of Transportation will pause work on the reconstruction of a 1.3-mile segment of Founders Parkway between I-25 and Woodlands Boulevard in Castle Rock. On Nov. 19 traffic began … more
A lot of things have happened since 1936 — Hawaii and Alaska becoming states and the inventions of canned beer, color television and the Slinky, just to name a few. But prior to this month, Republicans doing really well in Adams County … more
Colorado's two Democratic senators split votes on a failed effort in the U.S. Senate on Nov. 18 to move forward with construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline. Sixty votes were needed to pass the bill in order to prevent a … more
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