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For Guy LeCompte, a missions and outreach pastor for Crossroads Community Church in Parker, working on the Winter Shelter Network program in Douglas County has surprised him in a couple of ways. The pilot program is a network of local churches … more
At least 24 hours before a snowstorm hit the Denver metro area Dec. 6, the Colorado Department of Transportation was preparing the roads. Mike O'Neill, the Region 1 deputy director of maintenance, said crews treated roads in the 24 hours leading … more
Being a local business owner and getting a one-on-one with your government just got a little easier in Douglas County. The rollout of a new program, Spark DC, now enables businesses in unincorporated Douglas County to request meetings with county … more
On a recent afternoon, Deputy Trey Arnold with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office walked back to his patrol car from a vehicle he'd pulled over on Interstate 25 in Castle Rock. By the front … more
Merriam-Webster defines “innovation” as “introducing or using new ideas or methods,” an apt description of what one finds inside Innovative Body Recovery, a new Meridian facility offering high-tech treatments for age-old ailments. Micah … more
Robots scoot, stop, turn and reverse as they zip around the floor of a classroom at Redstone Elementary School in Highlands Ranch. The fourth-grade students use iPads to make small adjustments and refine the course and behavior of their … more
Winterfest brought food, vendors, ice sculpting and a little exercise to Castle Rock on Dec. 3. While participants in a 5K race finished their run nearby, others attending the event enjoyed the activities in Festival Park, including cyclists from … more
It looks both rustic and new. Its colors neutral and bright. Some of the walls protrude, while others retract. The Move, a recently completed development in downtown Castle Rock, brings a wave of modern architecture to the historic … more
Dave Baugh first ate bugs while serving in Southeast Asia in the Marine Corps. “The first time, it was kind of weird,” he admits. “And then, the more places we went to, we ate different kinds of bugs.” For many people, that experience … more
At a celebration of life gathering for Jennifer Laber and her two sons, Adam and Ethan, each guest received a small, blue stone. Adam and Ethan's favorite activity was treasure hunting, said the … more
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