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Last June, Castle Rock boy Riley Turner was in the process of earning his swimming merit badge at Peaceful Valley Boy Scout Camp in Elbert County — learning how to be safe and how to rescue people. He was still working on the badge when, five … more
The Douglas County coroner identified a Kiowa man as the pilot killed in a small plane crash in northeastern Douglas County. Gregory Dirk Pelley, 53, died after his twin-engine plane crashed … more
Legislation that would have banned the sale of cigarettes to people younger than 21 died in a House committee on March 19. The bill received support from those who believe that smoking is a societal ill and who want to see more done to keep … more
There was more explosive language from El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa when the Black Forest Fire/Rescue Protection District released the report of its independent investigation into the … more
Colorado's economy grew stronger in 2013 and that momentum is expected to continue through the coming years, factors that will contribute to a state general fund budget for next year that will exceed … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed two bills into law on March 17 that tighten regulations of marijuana sales and aim to make it more difficult for the drug to be consumed by children. House Bill 1122 … more
The variety of the 15 entries challenged those charged with selecting the winners of this year's Bishop Elementary School Chili Cookoff. The blast of snow and the icy north wind didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the cooks who made and entered their … more
Englewood Assistant School Superintendent Karen Brofft will leave the district at the end of the school year to become the new Lewis-Palmer School District superintendent. “I have really enjoyed the time I have been here at the Englewood School … more
Half a dozen volunteers from Lighthouse Church handled rollers and paint brushes March 11 as they painted the walls of one of the halls at Bishop Elementary School. “We try to do an outreach project once a month and this is our project this … more
Twenty-one Englewood fifth-graders traveled to the Colorado State Capitol on March 14, joining dozens of other students from other school districts for Liberty Day activities. “We have taken part in Liberty Day at the state Capitol for the last … more
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