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The Elizabeth Stampede kicked off its 53rd year with the Xtreme Bulls competition June 2, featuring 50 professional riders from all over the United States. It was the 30th year of the rodeo's partnership with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys … more
The charm of Old Town Elizabeth was the backdrop to the ElizaBash street fair on June 3. As many as 100 spots had been available for vendors, though an exact count of how many set up was not known. Several food vendors enticed fairgoers to the … more
Michael Stonehouse, the Castle Rock man police suspect of leading a trafficking organization that allegedly shipped marijuana across the Front Range and to multiple states, has had his $1 million bond reduced to $500,000. In Arapahoe County … more
The Backpack program of Elizabeth has been helping families in need of food for several years. “Fifty kids in the county literally go home with no food each weekend,” said Robert Rowland, who took over the program last year. The Walmart in … more
A bill named in honor of fallen Colorado State Trooper Cody Donahue, who was struck and killed on Interstate 25 near Castle Rock in 2016, was signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 1. The “Move Over for Cody” bill increases the … more
Dalton Levine’s time on earth was short, but his parents want to make sure his life’s work extends well into the future. “We’ll keep focusing on what Dalton would have done himself,” Dalton’s father, Gary, said. “He wouldn’t have … more
Sebastian walks gently through the room of a resident at an Elbert County senior home as someone reaches out an arm to touch his lanky body. Several people edge closer toward him as his nose takes in the scents throughout the room. Twice a month, … more
A building full of books was the perfect setting for Joaquin Escobarto receive his United States citizenship. “When my family came to the United States, it was a page-turning event,” said Escobar, a Highlands Ranch resident and University of … more
The run-up to replace Gubernatorial candidate Ed Perlmutter in Colorado's 7th District got more crowded Wednesday as State Senator Dominick Moreno kicked off his campaign. more
There are no lions or tigers or bears. But there is an African tortoise, two wallabies and a potbellied big named Frankie who loves to meet new people. The animals live on a secluded property nestled among the hills near Larkspur. White fences … more
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