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The Town of Elizabeth moved a step closer to creating a new network of trails throughout the town linking schools, the library, and recreation areas with the awarding of a new grant. The $700,000 Colorado Department of Transportation grant is part … more
Zip lines are swinging into Castle Rock’s new Philip S. Miller Park. Castle Rock Zip Line Tours will be hosting its grand opening March 14. The 1.5-mile course will soar along at speeds of 50 mph on what the company describes as some of the … more
Seventh-grader Megan Rasmussen recently won the Elizabeth Middle School Geography Bee. She will be taking a test to try to qualify for the Colorado State Geography Bee to be held in April. more
The Elizabeth High School National Honor Society is accepting applications for members for the 2015-16 school year. The organization is looking for eligible sophomores and juniors who demonstrate scholarship, leadership, service, and character. … more
Singing Hills Elementary fifth-grade students will present “Oh the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss at 6 p.m. Feb. 10 in the school’s gym/stage. Amission is free but monetary donations will be accepted. more
Frontier High School’s annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 12. Tickets are $7 for adults, children under 5 are $3 and raffle tickets are $1. You may purchase dinner tickets at Frontier High School in … more
After a record 54 rounds, winners were crowned in the recent Elizabeth School District Spelling Bee. Karli Pronske, a Singing Hills fourth-grader, is the champion and will be heading to the state spelling bee in March. Coy Weber, a Running Creek … more
Ellen Claire Hughes, of Elizabeth, was named to the fall 2014 president’s honor roll at the University of Wyoming. Benjamin Tyler Williams, of Elbert, was named to the fall 2014 dean’s honor roll at Fort Hays State University. Williams is a … more
The subjects of water and development have traditionally been the lightning rods of politics in Elbert County, and there was no variation to that theme when the Board of County Commissioners met on Jan. 28 to discuss and vote on its annual … more
A bill to allow Native Americans with historical ties to Colorado to receive in-state tuition passed the House Education committee by a 6-5 majority vote on Jan. 26. This is the second time the bill has been introduced by Rep. Joe Salazar, … more
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