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For the first time in this decade, Castle Rock has exceeded its TABOR revenue limit and residents will be asked to vote on whether the town may retain the money for future town projects. The Taxpayers Bill of Rights is part of the Colorado … more
The Tri-County Health Department says an infant infected with measles may have recently exposed people to the virus at various locations in the South Metro area. Anyone who has been in proximity with the baby has been contacted, and Executive … more
Carmen Garcia is enjoying her second year as a caddie. “The opportunity was offered to me... and I thought it was interesting and different,” said Garcia, a sophomore-to-be at St. Mary’s Academy in Cherry Hills Village. “I never played … more
Brandon McGee has a smile that conveys the love exuding from his heart. But it wasn't until he met Sally Allen and Dr. Yvette Killingsworth that his smile looked its best. While riding his bike as a child, McGee, now 29, was struck by a car and … more
More than two dozen Colorado wineries set up shop at the 13th annual Castle Rock WineFest hosted by the Castle Rock Chamber. The July 16 event was held at The Grange at The Meadows, and the chamber said ticket sales were up from last year, although … more
The inaugural cornhole tournament to benefit Castle View High School wrestling drew 100 players who competed in a double-elimination tournament in downtown Castle Rock July 16. Funds from the event go toward paying the $150 athletic fee and aiding … more
The Crested Butte Music Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer and brags about its new Mirror Palace venue — it’s a semi-permanent Spiegeltent named “Victoria,” originally built in the 1930s by the Klessens family. They were … more
In late April a call-for-artists went out for the 12th Annual Kaleidoscope Juried Art Exhibition, scheduled for July at the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College. The exhibit was initiated as a cooperative effort between a … more
From the moment one walks onto the Martin Plaza outside the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building, the feet pick up a rhythm. “In Motion: An Outdoor Installation” in bright color invites the visitor to dance in and around it before entering the … more
Reece Rubino was diagnosed with Type 1 spinal muscular atrophy when he was 3 months old. He wasn't supposed to live past 18 months. But now, at 10 years old, Rubino is beating all the odds. “God has gifted me such a miracle to still have him … more
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