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Peaceful Valley Boy Scout Ranch was anything but an idyllic setting Sept. 18-20, the weekend of the 2015 Denver Area Council’s Camporee. Close to 3,000 Scouts, parents, leaders and volunteers descended upon the property for a weekend campout and … more
The Home Instead Senior Care office serving Castle Rock is launching a new campaign designed to make the community more Alzheimer's-friendly. Through the Alzheimer's Friendly Business program, the Home Instead Senior Care office will provide free … more
As recently as Sept. 17, a roughly 15-acre brush fired burned southeast of the town of Elbert. The fire on Eagle Lane was started by a spark from a resident mowing, according to the Elbert Fire Protection District. Rapid response by crews from … more
Two years after making the ultimate sacrifice, Cpl. David Sonka's legacy endures. The latest example is the renaming of the U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command dog kennel at Camp Lejeune, the North Carolina base where Sonka trained. On … more
Police are hoping the public can help solve a reported kidnapping and sex assault. The Parker police responded around 9:20 p.m. Sept. 21 to a call from a resident who encountered a 17-year-old girl … more
Town council gave unanimous preliminary approval to Hess Ranch, one of two large subdivisions planned for the west end of Parker. On Sept. 21, council voted 5-0 to approve amendments to Hess … more
Funding from Basin Roundtables across the state has made the WISE Pipeline the first water infrastructure project in Colorado to receive statewide support. The Colorado Water Conservation Board approved $905,000 in state and regional grants for … more
It’s only appropriate that the 50th horse saved by Drifter’s Hearts of Hope is so full of life. On a recent rainy day on a ranch near the Douglas-Elbert county line, Milagra sprinted alongside her mother, Cabo, the 38th horse rescued from slaughter … more
In days of yore, if the sheriff needed assistance, he canvassed Main Street, including the saloons, deputizing any able-bodied man and the horse he rode on. Today, Elbert County Sheriff Shayne Heap does not need to solicit help in nooks and … more
A letter from Legend High School Principal Jason Jacob warned families of potential threats to the school found in two notes. Two students notified administrators separately after finding the … more
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