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The signs covering the walls advertise long-defunct companies. Nearly every square inch of counter space is occupied by the types of candy that instantly unleash a flood of childhood memories. Appropriately, a bell jingles when customers enter … more
About me I was raised in the ghetto of Camden, New Jersey. I never knew my father; he and my mother, they were 15 when they started having children. I ended up in Los Angeles after traveling the U.S. My childhood passion for horses led me to … more
This November, voters in the Elizabeth School District will select two candidates for four-year terms on the school board. Incumbent Dee Lindsey is facing two new candidates, Amy Lunt and Richard Smith. The Elbert County News sent a questionnaire to … more
The best inspirations often begin with a dream. That’s literally what happened to Parker resident Joe Rocco before he handcrafted an elaborate, tree-like bar top with roots and a trunk that appear to sprout from the wood floor in his … more
A new planning document intends to turn downtown Parker into a viable and vibrant destination. The Mainstreet Master Plan — a long-term visioning document unanimously approved by Parker Town Council Sept. 21 — will guide land-use and density … more
Republican attempts to recruit a well-known challenger for a Colorado Senate race suffered a setback when a prominent prosecutor said he wouldn’t run against Democrat Michael Bennet. George Brauchler, the district attorney for the 18th Judicial … more
While some claim that Colorado lawmakers approved their own pay hikes this year, that accusation is somewhat misleading. It's true that the Legislature approved future pay increases for state and county elected officials, but Colorado law … more
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
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