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The Castle Rock Police Department's Victims Assistance program is looking for volunteers. Great listeners, community servers and compassionate neighbors are needed to lend emotional support and crisis intervention for victims of crimes and other … more
This summer, Outlets at Castle Rock will host a free, outdoor concert series from 5-7 p.m. every Saturday through Aug. 13 in the northeast courtyard between H&M and Polo Ralph Lauren. The series is sponsored by the property's newly opened … more
The Castle Rock Artist Cooperative is a new group working to connect local artists and art consumers in the Castle Rock area through technology with the recent launch of the Artist Coop website, castlerockartcoop.com, and social media outlets … more
The Town of Castle Rock and the Downtown Alliance recently partnered with parking experts at Kimley-Horn and Associates to create a Downtown Castle Rock Strategic Parking Plan. Public participation in the planning effort will formally kick off … more
A quote by Blake Mycoskie, founder of Tom's Shoes, hangs on the wall at Smart Cow in Castle Rock. It reads: “Identify the problems in the world that you want to solve. … If you look at the world and see opportunities that can be taken more … more
Residents in the Pine Ridge neighborhood of Castle Pines have found a greener, more unconventional solution to fire mitigation. A herd of 300 goats was released into the community June 15 to graze14 acres in the high-risk area until June 29. This … more
Republican County commissioner, District 2 Roger Partridge (unopposed) County commissioner, District 3 Lora Thomas: 57 percent Monica Wasden: 43 percent 4th Congressional … more
Christina Riegel won the Democratic primary in state Senate District 4 and it appears that she will face Republican Jim Smallwood - who was leading his primary by the narrowest of margins - in the November general election. more
Lora Thomas, the former county coroner, won the Republican primary election for Douglas County commissioner, District 3, by a wide margin. more
A 52-year-old retired Army colonel has been sentenced to eight years in prison for driving while drunk and killing a Colorado state trooper last year. 18th Judicial District Judge Richard Caschette handed down the sentence to Eric Peter Henderson … more
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