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'Sully' talks lessons he 'dares not forget'

It took a lifetime of education and experience to prepare the pilot on US Airways Flight 1549 to make an emergency landing safely in New York's Hudson River, as he told it — and he brought those … more

E-sports proposal could see kids get inside and play

It has almost become run-of-the-mill these days to tune into the news on television or car radio to hear about some decision that leaves you shaking your head. The National Federation of State High … more

Commander retires after one long ride

There was a time when the Castle Rock Police Department was a force of merely four officers. Today, the town is approaching a population of 65,000, and the department has grown with it, to 75 … more

Back-to-back weekend events coming to Castle Rock

Two major events will take place in Castle Rock in early June — the Ducky Derby and the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival. Elephant Rock draws cycling enthusiasts from throughout the region. … more

Block party with a wild side returning to Main Street

It ain’t your grandpa’s block party. Forget the tiki torches and tinfoil-covered potluck fare: Littleton’s annual Block Party features circus acts and more gourmet grub and live music than you … more

Rock Canyon 'will never be the same without you'

Like the jaguar, the school's mascot, Rock Canyon High School graduates are fierce, strong, unique. “These animals are one-of-a-kind,” graduate Clara Krause said to the class of 2018. “Each of … more

Parker Days brings festivities, food, fun

It’s that time of year again when Parker’s Mainstreet will be transformed into a four-day festival with entertainment on three stages, a parade, carnival rides and fun for all ages, as attendance … more

Summer camps help kids unplug

Sports, music and outdoor adventure await summer campers in Castle Rock. The town and Colorado State University are offering four state-licensed camps for kids ages 5-15. Camps run from 8:30 a.m to … more

School-district committee studies capacity issues

Douglas County School Board members point to unbalanced enrollment in the district, including issues with overcrowding at some schools and underutilization of others, as the reason for denying a … more

Mark Michael

About me I’m a Colorado native who moved out to California to go to the University of Southern California and then worked in the television industry for 11 years. My wife Sandy and I met on a red … more

The joint is jumpin’ at Town Hall Arts Center

At Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton, the six-piece band, led by amazing pianist/music director Donna Debreceni, jumps right into the title song of “Ain’t Misbehavin’” as lights come up and … more

Culture is illuminated after dark

Visit Denver’s cultural hot spots like the Denver Zoo or Museum of Nature & Science during a summer day and you’ll see children of all ages running around everywhere. While it’s always fun … more

Dancing to a new sense of place

Dance might not be the first medium people think of when they think of politics on the stage, but that’s not how the minds behind 3rd Law Dance/Theater think about things. The issues of migration, … more

Cherry Creek wins state girls golf title

Coach Randy Smith spent a lot of time for two days watching the persistence of his Cherry Creek girls golf team. The Bruins, three strokes back of Regis Jesuit and two behind Grandview after the … more

Valor loses to Windsor in state soccer finale

There is a pretty convincing reason why Alexandria Daws was one of the captains on the Valor Christian girls soccer team. First of all, Daws is one of only four seniors on the 22-player Eagles … more

Four students receive scholarships for overcoming hardships

Sixteen years ago, Bunny and Wayne Jackson laid their daughter Debbie, 24, to rest, after a courageous battle with cancer. The couple created the Debbie Jackson Memorial Scholarship Foundation, and … more

Castle Rock veteran recognized in D.C.

On May 27, as many as 11 million pairs of eyes could be on Castle Rock resident Joe Annello, 85. He's a Korean War veteran and Italian-American originally from Boston who forged a friendship with a … more

Colorado business groups will urge tax hike for roads

A coalition of business groups recently announced plans to ask Colorado voters this fall to raise sales taxes to pay for $6 billion in transportation projects. Their announcement officially puts into … more
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