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A Douglas County middle school teacher's love and respect for her family helped her earn the title of 2014 Colorado History Teacher of the Year. Shannon Shelton, who teachers at Parker's Cimarron Middle School, grew up surrounded by men who … more
A group of gay state lawmakers on July 3 called on Colorado officials to "concede" that the state's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional and to avoid putting up any more legal barriers that delay … more
On a week when the Bob Beauprez campaign was buoyed by a poll that showed him in a 44 percent tie with Gov. John Hickenlooper, it was instead a different number that stirred a media buzz. Hours … more
Six people were transported to local hospitals with minor injuries following a three-car crash along Founders Parkway late this morning. Castle Rock Fire and Rescue and Castle Rock Police … more
The founders of Highlands Ranch's STEM School and Academy are holding a series of informational meetings about a planned new sixth- through 12th-grade charter school. The proposed Alexandria School of Innovation will be, one founder believes, the … more
The Kiwanis Club of Castle Rock will host the 16th Annual Robert D. Hayes Golf Tournament on July 11 at Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course, 2156 Red Hawk Ridge Drive. The tournament event is a fundraiser to help Kiwanis Club of Castle Rock “change the … more
Local survivors, supporters and those still struggling will join together again to help raise money and awareness in the fight against cancer. The Castle Rock Relay for Life will begin July 19 at 4 p.m. and go until 7 a.m. July 20 at the Douglas … more
The State Demography Office expects that by 2030, 24 percent of Douglas County residents will be age 60 or older, double the percentage in 2010 and part of what officials call "the nation’s most dramatic percentage of population growth" in older … more
It appears that the new Philip S. Miller Park will be completed with some money left over. When the town's Guaranteed Maximum Price contracts for the park with Turner Construction were written, approximately $800,000 was set aside for design and … more
One of the most visible amenities of the new Philip S. Miller Park is still without a name, but the public will have a say in changing that situation. Until now, the fieldhouse and aquatic center has been simply called the fieldhouse. A group … more
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