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Three elected offices featured contested races at the Republican primary level in Douglas County. The lone Democrat seeking a county office - surveyor candidate William Buntrock - did not have primary opposition June 24. Undersheriff Tony Spurlock will be the Republican nominee … more
Injured Castle View wrestler Joe Hunsaker, who is facing possible paralysis, was scheduled to be moved to Craig Hospital on Feb. 10 to begin neuro-rehabilitation. Hunsaker, a 195-pound senior who … more
A little toddler by the name of Jenimae has a major problem. To help, Castle Rock’s historic B&B Café, 324 Wilcox St. — usually open only for breakfast and lunch — will be open for supper from 5:30-8:30 p.m. March 7 and 8. The B&B plans … more
National statistics show most Americans now live within 10 miles of a brewery. For those residing along the C-470 corridor, the drive is soon to get a lot shorter than that. Four new microbreweries will open in south suburban Denver during the … more
Brock McCoy, who retired from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office after more than 25 years of service, is now the fourth candidate in the sheriff's race. McCoy, running as a Libertarian, filed his candidate affidavit Feb. 25 with the Secretary of State's office. more
Student entered the school with a shotgun, possibly targeting a teacher more
The University of Colorado has announced an expansion plan that will transform The Wildlife Experience and higher education in Douglas County. More than 7,400 square feet of exhibit space on the second floor of The Wildlife Experience, an … more
Criticism of the school board was the theme at the Douglas County School District’s “Board Unplugged” meeting March 3. The evening focused on CFO Bonnie Betz’s presentation about a funding measure the district is seeking. Small-group … more
Authorities have identified the remains of a man who went missing in Douglas County more than a year ago. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office determined that Terry LeMay, 55, of Arvada, was … more
Douglas County School Board Member Justin Williams stepped down from his post Jan. 6, saying he wants to spend more time with his family. "I have served on the board for over six years and have … more
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