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In a unanimous vote, Elbert County commissioners approved resolutions to replace seven aging sheriff's department vehicles. The two resolutions passed at the board of commissioners' regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 10 authorize the finance and … more
A new Castle Rock clinic will provide in-patient and at-home dialysis treatment for those suffering from kidney failure. Liberty Dialysis Castle Rock, part of Fresenius Medical Care North America, has opened a new clinic at 4352 Trail Boss … more
When Attorney Ric Morgan enters the conference room at the Elizabeth Library there are already two people sitting at the four folding tables pushed together to form a wobbly rectangle. He is early. Morgan pulls a bulging, aquamarine three-ring … more
The Elizabeth High School cheer squad made the trip north for Day 2 of the Colorado High School Activities Association's State Spirit Championships in Denver on Dec. 6. The two-day event at the Denver Coliseum drew more than 200 teams from Colorado … more
Colorado Supreme Court justices asked pointed questions about the potential impact of voucher programs on public schools, among other issues, during the long-awaited oral arguments surrounding the … more
Peaceful interactions were common between settlers and Native Americans living in present-day Douglas and Elbert counties before the bloody clashes that put a stain on the history of that time period. Elizabeth Tallman, the wife of one the … more
Ebony Atencio was tired of standing in line with her fussy children only to witness brief, impersonal visits with a shopping mall Santa Claus. “It's so important to the children,” the Parker resident said. “They've waited for this so long, … more
Although it was 4 a.m., Morning Star Yazzie and Ariyah Castro, both 11, were full of energy as they waited to see a rocket burst into the atmosphere. “It’s pretty exciting to be here,” Yazzie said. Yazzie, Castro and 13 other members of … more
The twitter of a bosun's pipe, the ringing of a ship's bell and the mournful notes of “Taps” filled the air at the Dec. 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at the Colorado National Guard Armory in Centennial. “This is our first year to put … more
Republican Congressman Mike Coffman bucked his own party during a Dec. 4 House vote on a measure that seeks to undo recent changes to U.S. immigration policy that were put in place by President Obama. Meanwhile, Congressman Cory Gardner, … more
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