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Douglas County residents may have seen displays of blue pinwheels throughout the county this month. The pinwheel gardens are part of a nationwide effort made by Pinwheels for Prevention, launched by Prevent Child Abuse America in 2008, which seeks … more
Widening what's known as “The Gap” along Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Monument is top of mind for government officials across the Front Range. The stretch where the roadway narrows to two lanes in each direction for 17 miles presents … more
Findings of a comprehensive new survey show that about two-thirds of high school students and parents believe that Douglas County schools are offering a "good" or "very good" education. But some other findings from the $220,000 survey … more
Because of her experience as a student in public schools, Ashley Maes decided to home-school her 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter. “When I was in school, I never felt challenged,” the Littleton resident said. “I was present in school … more
Castle Pines officials are working with developer Shea Homes on the master plan for a new neighborhood known as The Canyons, which could mean the addition of about 2,000 new homes to the city of 10,500 people. The development is planned east of … more
As they do once a month, Douglas County adults with special needs gathered at the Parker Recreation Center on April 14 to get down with their friends. “The goal is just to get as many people as possible to come socialize and make friends, and … more
Castle Rock will soon have a new $300 million development called Miller's Landing near Interstate 25 and Plum Creek Parkway. The four-phase, 65-acre project received final approval April 18 when the town council signed a $65 million public … more
Rising home equity and decreasing property tax rates sound like a win-win for Colorado homeowners. But Douglas County Assessor Lisa Frizell warns there is a downside. “It’s kind of a nice thing because our taxes won’t increase,” she said. … more
Law enforcement, prosecutors, victims rights advocates and crime victims gathered at the Douglas County Justice Center on April 6 to honor those affected by crime and the people who support them. The event's theme — “Strength, Resilience, … more
Nearly 20 area churches came together to participate in a sunrise Easter morning service held at the Philip S. Miller Park amphitheater on April 16. Seats began to fill before 6 a.m., as churchgoers bundled in blankets and coats arrived for the … more
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