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Daniel Hyde use to be an avid mountain biker, but he now prefers road biking. He logs between 1,500 and 2,000 miles a year and hits the pavement throughout the Denver metro, he said. His biggest annual venture is a 250-mile, three-day ride that he … more
Improvements to Daniels Park Road are scheduled to begin the week of Oct. 23. A portion of the existing stretch of gravel, east of Daniels Park, between Griggs Road and Castle Pines Parkway, will be closed for the remainder of the year. Motorists … more
With about a month until the Nov. 7 election, Douglas County voters might have questions about the voting process — how to vote, whether they are registered, where to vote and more. Colorado Elections are administered via mail only. Instead of … more
The bass line of “Another One Bites the Dust” pumped through Castle View High School as about 450 area students and their families came together for A Taste of DCSD. Everyone knows what an apple a day can do, but Douglas County School … more
Dozens of community members gathered in the Highlands Ranch High School auditorium on Sept. 26 to listen to seven of the eight Douglas County School Board candidates talk about their stances on issues guiding this year's election. Students from … more
They come from different backgrounds and neighborhoods — and hold different educational philosophies — but parents from across Douglas County agree the upcoming schoolboard election could change the course of the school district “The … more
Why is it being done at all? The project will improve East Arapahoe Road's through traffic by adding a lane in each direction and removing the Interstate 25 bridge supports that used to separate the lanes, officials from the Colorado Department … more
Three Douglas County women were awarded $1,500 scholarships from the Douglas County affiliate of American Association of University Women. Leah Porter, Gretchen Stulock and Lauren Hallstrom are studying at Colorado universities. Porter is … more
She was in her 50s, well-known to police — and diagnosed as psychotic. For one Castle Rock woman, life was a frightful blur of delusions that left her convinced each of her neighbors was a dangerous criminal. For years, she called … more
First responders see a lot of tragedy in their line of work, but Eric Hurst, who recently returned from assisting local emergency services in Orlando, Florida, after Hurricane Irma, described the experience as “especially eye-opening.” “As … more
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