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Detective Dan Brite of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, who was shot by a suspect in early September, was discharged from Parker Adventist Hospital on Oct. 6. and transferred to Craig Hospital in Englewood for continued rehabilitation, escorted … more
Potential new school board members made their pitch for how they could help serve the Douglas County School District at a special meeting Oct. 4. The Douglas County Board of Education held interviews with candidates for the director position for … more
In his first campaign stop in Colorado, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson tried to chart a course for libertarianism as a centrist position rather than one at the fringes of politics. “I think my stance on the issues is actually … more
Two chefs who participated in this year’s Taste of Douglas County event will soon be competing in the 2016 World Food Championships. Jeff Gebott is a Top 3chef from the Taste of Douglas County competition. He’s also a general manager and … more
Coming home to Castle Rock Except for an absence during college, 30-plus years of our marriage, and before that, Jay grew up in Douglas County and graduated from Douglas County High School. We enjoy the relatively small town feel and friendly … more
Breast cancer, a disease generally associated with women, also impacts the lives of many men: Raymond Mencini, a breast radiologist at St. Anthony Hospital, diagnosed his wife with breast cancer seven years ago. Denver resident John Dye’s … more
Sculptor Madeline Weiner’s new marble “Flower Girl” now resides in the Sensory Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York St. in Denver. It was dedicated on Oct. 1 by Denver Arts and Venues, Denver Botanic Garden and Weiner. “Flower Girl” … more
The healing power of art has been recognized for centuries — visual arts to look at (and to create) and musical arts as well. The Castle Rock Hospital Foundation sponsors a program, Healing Arts, which integrates art into healing at the Castle … more
Whether it's in her light, sunny home studio or on a village street in Germany, Littleton artist rita dejue, now an active octogenarian, sees color and composition — and sketches scenes and details in her notebook, with color notes and other … more
“Plumber: The Story of Microhistory,” “Royal Genealogy and Territory of an Ancient Mixtec Kingdom in Oaxaca, Mexico” and “Denver's Brick Sewers,” by Littleton historical consultant and Historic Littleton Inc. president Gail … more
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