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Stuck with used batteries, fuels, propane tanks or fluorescent light bulbs? Douglas County residents have two upcoming opportunities to safely dispose of potentially dangerous household chemicals. Tri-County Health Department is hosting a … more
Debora Scheffel considers herself a career educator. After graduating from the University of Denver with a master’s degree in special education, she served as a special education teacher at Northeast Elementary School in Parker. She earned … more
Crowds lined downtown streets in Castle Rock on July 29 for a parade, hosted by the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the town, which celebrated both the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo and the tradition of town parades. Spectators … more
Castle Rock held its Western Heritage Welcome on July 28, gathering many families for the highlight event — a steer drive through downtown — before residents enjoyed dinner at a Chuck Wagon Cook-off located near Briccy's Coffee. Cowhands drove … more
An Arapahoe County judge has again reduced the bond — now reduced to $250,000 — for Michael Stonehouse of Castle Rock, who was arrested in March along with 15 other people when he was indicted on charges that he helped lead a drug trafficking … more
Parks and recreation crews usually drive lawn mowers or pickups, but Bob Welch, charged with restoring the grassland at Greenland and Spruce Mountain open spaces south of Larkspur has a more leisurely ride — his horse, “44.” “Rather than … more
A surprising finish ended a six-year fight between developers and a citizens' group over a proposed development at the intersection of Colorado highways 86 and 83, as developers behind the Franktown Village project withdrew their application. The … more
When Douglas County commissioners convened a special meeting in June to consider a tax initiative to procure more money for roads, one name repeatedly popped up during public comment. Frontage Road, which runs parallel to Interstate 25 south of … more
Running against a two-term incumbent in a reliably red district may be a daunting prospect for any Democrat in his first campaign for Congress, but Castle Rock veterinarian Chase Kohne welcomes the challenge. “I don’t believe Ken Buck has … more
Randy Mills describes himself as a cowboy. Complete with his signature hat, Mills says he has a fondness for the Western way of life and believes in the code of the West principle of taking pride in your work. Mills, of Castle Rockspent his … more
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