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Douglas County residents took advantage of the numerous activities offered during the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo on Aug. 5, the second-to-last day of the event at the fairgounds in Castle Rock. While many families milled through the livestock … more
National Night Out is one of Castle Rock Police Chief Jack Cauley's favorite events of the year. On Aug. 1, Cauley was again able to take part in the nationwide effort that encourages communities to meet their law enforcement agencies and the … more
The Douglas County Fair and Rodeo got off to a rollicking start as nearly 40 professional cowboys came to the fairground arena in Castle Rock for the Xtreme Bulls competition, to compete for cash prizes and applause from the fired-up crowd that … more
Stuck with used batteries, fuels, propane tanks or fluorescent light bulbs? Douglas County residents have two upcoming opportunities to safely dispose of potentially dangerous household chemicals. Tri-County Health Department is hosting a … more
Debora Scheffel considers herself a career educator. After graduating from the University of Denver with a master’s degree in special education, she served as a special education teacher at Northeast Elementary School in Parker. She earned … more
Crowds lined downtown streets in Castle Rock on July 29 for a parade, hosted by the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the town, which celebrated both the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo and the tradition of town parades. Spectators … more
Castle Rock held its Western Heritage Welcome on July 28, gathering many families for the highlight event — a steer drive through downtown — before residents enjoyed dinner at a Chuck Wagon Cook-off located near Briccy's Coffee. Cowhands drove … more
An Arapahoe County judge has again reduced the bond — now reduced to $250,000 — for Michael Stonehouse of Castle Rock, who was arrested in March along with 15 other people when he was indicted on charges that he helped lead a drug trafficking … more
Parks and recreation crews usually drive lawn mowers or pickups, but Bob Welch, charged with restoring the grassland at Greenland and Spruce Mountain open spaces south of Larkspur has a more leisurely ride — his horse, “44.” “Rather than … more
A surprising finish ended a six-year fight between developers and a citizens' group over a proposed development at the intersection of Colorado highways 86 and 83, as developers behind the Franktown Village project withdrew their application. The … more
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