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For Lone Tree resident and longtime cycler Susie Wargin, the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival is the kick-off to cycling season in the Front Range. “There are so many beautiful stretches,” said Wargin, who enjoys riding Roller Coaster … more
The deadline to turn in signatures on the petition to recall Castle Rock District 2 Councilmember Mark Heath came and went May 13 with nothing being turned in to the town clerk. Petitioners needed to collect 162 signatures in 60 days to move … more
At the May 17 Castle Rock Town Council meeting, Councilmember Brett Ford encouraged the citizens of Castle Rock to get involved and let their voices be heard. “I've always believed that a recall should be used when one has committed fraud, … more
Sunny skies, a slight, warm breeze, and a near-capacity crowd of friends and family filled Sports Authority Stadium in Parker on May 20 to mark the sendoff for the Rock Canyon High School Class of 2016. Along with remembrances, advice and well … more
Eric Peter Henderson pleaded guilty May 18 to vehicular homicide and tampering with evidence, two of the five charges he faced in connection with the death of Colorado State Trooper Jaimie Jursevics. Sentencing is scheduled for June 28 at the … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation is hoping toll lanes will improve traffic on a 12.5-mile stretch of C-470 between I-25 and Wadsworth Boulevard after a three-year construction project set to begin this summer. “The traveling public has … more
Jason Bell, co-owner and brewmaster at Living the Dream Brewing Company, often gets asked this question: "Do you see the craft beer bubble bursting?" His answer: “No.” The craze may taper off a bit, but Bell believes his early focus on … more
Colorado has 284 craft breweries and cities like Denver, Fort Collins, Boulder and Longmont have been on the map of craft beer aficionados nationwide for decades now. But after three localbreweries took home medals at the Denver International … more
What he calls the two W’s — the weather and the weekend — brought Chris King and his family to Festival Park, at Second and Wilcox Streets, May 6 for the kickoff of a new event series in Castle Rock, which drew 1,500 throughout the three-hour … more
Concerts under the stars, a splash pad and a wedding venue are a few of the anticipated additions to Philip S. Miller Park that will open to the public May 14. The second phase of the park, which includes the amphitheater, the Millhouse events … more
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