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Michelle Luttman was drivingnorth on University Boulevard whenshe stopped at a red light at the Highlands Ranch Parkway intersection. Before the light turned green, an SUV rear-ended her car. The crash left Luttman with neck and back … more
Special Olympics figure and speed skaters dazzled judges with their grace, balance and joy. Alexa Barricklow, in the 22-to-29 age division, enjoyed showing her speed and accuracy in the level six compulsory figure skating round, the most advanced … more
When Tim Blackstone celebrates his 53rd birthday on Aug. 16, he’ll be on a bicycle somewhere between Perth and Sydney, Australia. The Monument man, previously a Castle Rock resident, has already completed cross-country cycling trips in the … more
On March 25, Special Olympics figure and speed skaters dazzled judges with their grace, balance and joy. The state championship was held at the South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial. Alexa Barricklow, in the 22 to 29 age division, enjoyed … more
The employees at Dirt Coffee are amazing — just ask the people who donated $7,291 to the company at a nonprofit event hosted by the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce at the Denver Botanic Gardens on March 23. The company took first place … more
The afternoon was overcast and cool — perfect for getting outside, Margo Orvick said March 20. On the first day of spring, Orvick, of Parker, and plenty more enjoyed the outdoors at Philip S. Miller Park in Castle Rock, 1375 W. Plum Creek … more
One of two Castle Rock 16-year-old boys who were charged in the wake of a federally-assisted chemical investigation where explosive materials were found inside a Plum Creek neighborhood home has been sentenced to two years in the Department of Youth … more
On March 17, 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler announced the end of a months-long investigation into what officials say was an organized crime ring in which pot was illegally grown around the metro area and trafficked out of state, … more
In February, approximately 50 members of the Douglas County Indivisible CD4 group met with U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, R-Windsor, to talk health care. Buck said he left with respect, but few votes, as the two sides failed to agree on whether Congress … more
The state Senate has approved a bill directing government agencies to deliver requested public records in electronic formats that can be read by computer. The Republican-led Senate voted 21-14 on March 22 to send Senate Bill 17-040 to the House. … more
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