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Planning financially for retirement can be a daunting task, but a new series of educational seminars at the Philip S. Miller Library in Castle Rock will provide Douglas County seniors with a chance to have some of their questions answered. The 4 … more
When the Elizabeth Board of Trustees approved a proposal to allow a deer hunt within the city limits, it created some confusion and enough controversy to draw at least one Denver news station to town last summer. The board's approval of the hunting … more
On the evening 10-year-old Hunter Neelley received his diagnosis of bone cancer, the Neelley family had plans to go out for dinner and to see a movie. The family of four had known a phone call from the oncologist was imminent and was praying for the … more
Colorado school leaders would prefer less legislative involvement but more funding, they said during an Oct. 29 Superintendent Forum in Denver. more
Former Florida Republican Gov. Jeb Bush spoke brought forth a message of change and economic sustainability at an Oct. 29 rally at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock. more
With one week left before Election Day, Colorado Democrats in tight races leaned on the most popular Democrat in the country to rally support here – former President Bill Clinton. Clinton revved … more
Viewers of major cable news channels might have thought there was panic aboard a Mexico-bound cruise ship that was forced to turn back when it was announced that a passenger had handled a specimen from an Ebola patient. That wasn't the case, says … more
Much will be on the line when ballots are counted across the state next week, but one county in particular – and voters' reaction to controversies involving the school board there – could … more
Inter-Faith Community Services makes a habit of counting on community support for its Thanksgiving outreach and this year is no exception. “We will need help to provide all the items that will go into the Thanksgiving food boxes,” said IFCS … more
When it became clear Taylor Llewellyn would never recover from the trauma sustained in an Oct. 22 head-on crash, her mother gave her one final directive. "When I said goodbye, I leaned down, kissed her and said, 'Baby, go save lives'," Nicolle Llewellyn said. more
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