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It takes the commitment of volunteers to stage the Elizabeth Stampede and Rodeo each year. Included in the count of about 250 people who dedicate their time to work the rodeo are 35 youths, many of whom volunteer year round. “We’ve had youth … more
The Elbert/Douglas County Livestock Association announced the recipients of the organization's annual scholarships May 27. The three scholarship recipients are Elizabeth High School graduate Anisa Samhouri, Castle View High School graduate Karis … more
When Superintendent Jason Westfall made his opening remarks to the graduating seniors at Kiowa High School's graduation on May 29, he began by honoring service members and veterans before passing on a little advice. “First, the future belongs … more
When doctors told Molly Wright to register for a kidney transplant waiting list, she didn't waste any time. According to the National Kidney Foundation, the average wait time for a donor match is 3.6 years, though in some cases it can be much … more
Among the 20 booths at the Highlands Ranch farmers’ market bursting with colorful dyed clothes, bunches of asparagus and boxes of candied nuts, one stands out for its simplicity. Only three products adorn the table: two kinds of chocolate bars … more
Andy Hough may have the most beautiful laboratory in Colorado. Hough, the environmental resources coordinator for Douglas County's Division of Open Space and Natural Resources, grew his first garden at 10 years old. Now he oversees the Hidden … more
It’s that time of the year again. Soon, a plethora of plastic, yellow rubber duckies will float their way down Plum Creek, under the I-25 bridge in Castle Rock on their way to the victory line. The highly anticipated race is the main event … more
In a unanimous vote, the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners voted to settle a lawsuit filed by former county employee Cherie Radeker. Radeker sued the county, alleging that she was denied due process; that the county violated the Family … more
Start with six candidates from two parties, add around 130 county voters from three or more parties, and stir with two moderators: The result was, the Kiowa Community Church Fellowship Hall crackled with ideas and energy on May 24. In the only … more
In the six years Sara Crowe has been planning the Parker Days festival, she’s seen a lot of changes. “It’s growing, in all ways,” Crowe said of the 39-year-old festival that highlights the community it’s named for. This year’s Parker … more
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