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It seems appropriate that a guy who likes to play in the dirt is involved in politics — a business where a lot of mud gets slung. Yes, Bob Beauprez is a former congressman and the Republican nominee for governor, but he is also a bison rancher … more
John Hickenlooper doesn't worry about whether people “get” him. His “aw, shucks,” nerd-like personality and his imperfect — and sometimes meandering — way of speaking are a far cry from anything that resembles a polished, … more
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay marriage bans from seven states on Monday, paving the way for couples in some states to legally wed – including Colorado. Following the … more
A Castle Pines-area elk was freed from a barbed-wire fence by a team of wildlife and law enforcement officers this past weekend. A resident in the area reported seeing the animal early on Oct. 4. The elk had entangled its antlers in barbed wire. … more
A new construction project will bring a four-story office building to downtown Castle Rock and help keep jobs in the town. The $10 million, 50,000-square-foot building will be at Sixth and Jerry streets and will be occupied by local companies … more
A network of Colorado farmers, ranchers and local food producers are reviving the idea of the historical trading post. Historically, the Trading Post is a community center where locals pick up their essential provisions and enjoy the exchange of … more
Cinamon Watson, the Douglas County School District’s lead communications employee, has left the district “to pursue new opportunities,” according to DCSD. Watson’s last day was Sept. 26. Watson was DCSD’s community relations officer. … more
Family and friends remembered Carolyn “Cally” Vickers at a memorial service Oct. 3 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Centennial. Vickers, a resident of Castle Rock, passed away from natural causes Sept. 19 at her home in Indian Wells, … more
The state’s transportation leaders envision passenger rail systems statewide, an overall infrastructure that will change and improve with technology and more private investment used to fund vital future projects. Three of them spoke about the … more
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay marriage bans from seven states on Monday, paving the way for couples in some states to legally wed – including Colorado. Following the … more
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