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Teaching students how to cope socially, emotionally

Eighth-grader Morgan Fritzler is working to improve her self-awareness. “Sometimes, I have anxiety and perfectionist issues and I expect myself to get everything on the first try,” Fritzler, 12, said. “It makes me feel frustrated.” But … more

Funeral services set as community grieves in wake of fatal shooting of deputy

The only thing that the Adams County Sheriff’s Department was saying officially about a Jan. 24 shooting in the 8700 block of Dawson Street was that one of their own, 31-year-old Deputy Heath Gumm, … more

New businesses - August 2011

A comprehensive list of monthly business openings in the South Metro Denver area. Information provided from participating communities including … more

Douglas County: Standout Performers

Ellie Walters, Douglas County She had three hits, scored three runs and the junior had four RBI in a 18-7 softball win over Chaparral on Oct. 2. Katie Dack-Howell, Rock Canyon The freshman … more

County purchases Sandstone Ranch for $18.75 million

In a move that surprised Douglas County's own open space director, the county in January spent $18.75 million to acquire one of the most coveted swaths of ranch land within its boundaries, the … more

Cabela's takes new approach to Denver market

Cabela’s intends to take a new approach to placing its popular hunting, fishing and outdoor gear stores in the Denver area. In 2004, Cabela’s … more

New DCPA artistic director brings lifetime of preparation to role

When Chris Coleman’s mother shelved her acting dreams to be a mom, she started doing theater programs in the family’s local Southern Baptist church. That’s where Coleman first discovered the … more

Castle Rock gives green light to accessory dwelling units

There's good news for fans of the tiny house movement living in Castle Rock. Or, anyone looking to turn that old garage into a living space. Town council in January approved an ordinance that will … more

Valor, Creek roll to first-round football wins

Valor Christian and Cherry Creek, two schools that have had success over the years in the state football playoffs, notched Class 5A first-round wins on Nov. 10. Top-seeded and defending state champion Valor, which is seeking its eighth state … more

Five things to know about the Pine Canyon annexation

Castle Rock is reviewing the latest version of an annexation and zoning proposal for a 540-acre property located near Rock Park and Douglas County High School. The town first received an annexation … more

To make the greatest investments, focus on your people and yourself

Throughout the year the community is always so responsive to this column, and I really do appreciate you all so much and I am also grateful for all of the emails and questions that come in each week. … more

Four Chaplains service to be held in Castle Rock

The American Legion Post 1187 in Castle Rock will be holding a Four Chaplains service at 2 p.m. on Feb. 11 at Emmaus Anglican Church, 995 N. Ridge Road. The service honors four chaplains who died in … more

Lost Coffee to open two Castle Rock stores

Lost Coffee, a start-up coffee company based in Castle Rock, is opening its first brick and mortar location Feb. 10 at Fourth and Perry in Downtown … more

Tens of thousands attend 2018 Denver Women’s March at Civic Center Park

The 2018 Women's March in Denver brought crowds and signs on the morning of Jan. 20 to Civic Center Park. more

On Campus: Castle Rock

Castle View • The boys and girls basketball teams play crosstown rival Douglas County on Feb. 9 in a doubleheader at Castle View. Both Sabercats teams are 7-2 in the all-time series against the … more

Parties look for front-runners to emerge in crowded gubernatorial race

Former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo — known for his hardline stance against illegal immigration — was shaping up to be the GOP front-runner for this year’s governor’s race, some … more

Brauchler drops governor bid, jumps into attorney general race

Citing the bowing out of state Attorney General Cynthia Coffman from the race to keep her seat, Republican George Brauchler announced his switch from the 2018 race for governor to vie for the attorney general spot. Brauchler, district attorney … more

A deluge of great music in 2017

It’s a cliché to say that as you get older, the years start passing by faster — but man, is it ever true. I can’t believe 2017 is over already, especially considering how much there was to … more
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