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A former deputy with the Elbert County Sheriff's Office has been sentenced for violations connected to deer hunting. Stephen Few recently pleaded guilty to attempting to influence a public servant, hunting big game without a license and illegal … more
After four months of analysis and number-crunching, a draft of the 2018 budget for Elbert County was publicly presented to the Board of County Commissioners at the Oct. 11 BOCC meeting. Although the numbers will likely be adjusted, the county … more
Young people begin using marijuana for many reasons: curiosity, peer pressure and the desire to fit in with social environments. Those who have already begun to smoke cigarettes or use alcohol or both are at increased risk of using marijuana as … more
If you do not have anyone in your life that you need to or should forgive, or if you have no reason to be forgiven yourself, you may want to skip this column today. However, if you believe that there are one or more people who you would feel better … more
I have some very good news for some of you — and you know who you are. You are exempt from all of the dog leash laws and ordinances and regulations in Douglas County. And do you know why? Because you are special. You are special and cool and … more
Champion magicians Joe Givan and Carol Massie, who run Theatre of Dreams in Castle Rock, will be featured performers in the 12th Annual “Magic Beyond Belief!! XII,” an event hosted by the Mile High Magicians Society. It will begin in the … more
For the fifth consecutive year, Frances Carbonnel of Castle Rock reigns as champion in the Western dressage world. During the last week of September, Carbonnel participated in a musical freestyle competition, where she bade her horse to passage, … more
The grand opening of the Samuel Elbert Building at 440 Comanche St. in Kiowa, where some county offices are locating, brought together citizens, county employees and officials along with special guests from the Colorado state government. The … more
The smells of coffee and leather fill the air when visitors stop by the Wildflower Saddles and Tack shop at 122 Main St. in Elizabeth, where they are greeted by owner Tom Knowles plus a possible purr from General Sterling Price the cat. “I come … more
In 2011, there was concern that opening two performing arts centers within eight miles — and two months — of each other would be too much of a good thing. But as the PACE Center and the Lone Tree Arts Center each enter their seventh seasons of … more
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