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Political observers think that Republican primary voters were wise to avoid picking a polarizing conservative to match up against Gov. John Hickenlooper in the fall, but can the party's candidate take back the governor's mansion for the GOP? That … more
Boy Scout Caspar Placke used the Castle Rock Half Marathon on June 28 to help raise money and awareness for wounded veterans. Placke's Eagle Scout Project aimed to raise money for the Semper Fi Fund with a goal of $12,500, which is the cost of an … more
Two opponents of the Common Core standards spoke during the June 27 meeting of the Highlands Club, a group of Highlands Ranch Republicans that meet monthly for breakfast. Pueblo resident Anita Stapleton and Douglas County School Board member Craig … more
The Cowboy Up in Kiowa Rodeo wrapped up two days of competition at the Elbert County Fairgrounds on June 28, signing off with a fireworks … more
An effort to ban the carrying of concealed handguns on college campuses ended June 26 out of supporters' concerns that the issue could be used as a “political football” to impact the November election. For months, backers of the campus gun … more
More doubt was cast recently on the possibility of a special legislative session on hydraulic fracking, as Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 27 lowered expectations that lawmakers will meet over the … more
A new agreement will help improve emergency communication systems in the southern portion of Douglas County near Larkspur. On June 24, the Douglas County Board of Commissioners approved a communications system agreement with Motorola Solutions … more
Terry Shipley, who has served as executive director of the Castle Rock Senior Center the last four years, has announced she will be leaving the center for another job opportunity in the Castle Rock area. Shipley, whose resignation is effective … more
Castle Rock firefighters responded to a blaze at a fourplex the morning of June 26. A tenant called to report a fire in the kitchen area of the apartment at 3:15 a.m. He then fled the building in the 900 block of South Street. About 35 fire … more
When Pam Ridler, the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, first came to town, the community was home to just 17,000 people. “There wasn't a lot here,” Ridler said. “The best thing at the time was that Castle Rock was between … more
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