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The curls come in all colors. They're long and short, in ponytails and buns — a ubiquitous symbol of the Irish dance community. At the 2015 Colorado Winterfeis on Jan. 23 and 24 at the Douglas County Events Center in Castle Rock, the curls, … more
Restoring resiliency to the “Wildland Urban Interface” by thinning out dense forest, reducing fuels and collaboratively managing resources like land, water and providing for travel management … more
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce kicked off an entire day devoted to immigration issues with a discussion led by Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum. “We want to have a creative cultural conversation that … more
Roger Dean was grateful for Diane Peirce's presence after he nearly lost his life in 2012. Peirce, a victim and witness advocate for the 18 Judicial District Attorney's Office for nearly 30 years, was there every step of the way after Dean … more
A Highlands Ranch middle school trip to a mosque, a long-standing feature of its seventh-grade social studies class, made national headlines after a parent expressed concerns about it on a Denver radio talk show. The Rocky Heights Middle School … more
Castle Rock's growing population, especially in the Meadows area near Founders Parkway, has caused the town's election districts to be thrown off balance and will require redistricting by the election commission. The town has 38,000 registered … more
Castle Rock police are warning the public about a man impersonating a town police officer in an unmarked car, after an incident on the evening of Jan. 20 in which a woman was the victim of an attempted sexual assault. The woman said she was … more
Need some motivation or direction on how to deliver on those New Year's resolutions? At the 2015 Castle Rock Healthy Living Expo, speakers, vendors and industry leaders will provide advice on how to best work, play and live the Colorado … more
Roads in Douglas County will be getting the funding needed for important safety updates and improvements. The county received $27.2 million for various road projects and updates at the Jan. 21 meeting of the Denver Regional Council of … more
Though questions still surround the state's ability to allow it, the Douglas County School Board voted Jan. 20 to submit a waiver from a lengthy standardized March test. If the board's request is granted, that means students wouldn't have to take … more
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