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“There are so many misconceptions in the public about what we do here,” said Elbert County Election Manager Rhonda Braun. “We don’t do something sinister in some back room. We encourage them to come see us and ask questions.” To help … more
In a unanimous decision, the Elizabeth Board of Trustees voted to continue the town’s Deer Management Program for another season. Initiated in the fall of 2014, the program that allows limited hunting of deer within designated areas inside the … more
For the fourth summer in a row, Elizabeth United Methodist Church is sponsoring Sackit!, a free sack-lunch program. The church, located at 724 E. Kiowa Ave., will offer sack lunches 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays. All visitors are … more
On the evening of June 9, 14 creative women gathered with friends and clients to view a new exhibit: “WOW Works of Women,” which runs through July 30 in the Deep Space Gallery in Parker. Organized by Toni Brock, the show includes artworks by … more
Western Colorado has 40 times more natural gas than previously thought, but an immediate boom is unlikely because of low gas prices, government and industry experts said on June 8. The U.S. Geological Survey said the Mancos Shale formation in … more
Colorado Community Media won more than 30 Colorado Press Association awards — including General Excellence in Advertising among large-circulation weekly newspapers — at the recent state convention in Lakewood. Also in the large-circulation … more
June 4 was a big day in the world of Colorado 4-H livestock participants. The 36th annual June Show, held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock, welcomed 80 participants and even more animals. “It's a great opportunity for them to … more
The Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival ushers in the cycling season in Colorado every June. There were an estimated 6,000 participants June 5 for the 29th annual Elephant Rock that started and finished at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in … more
Mallory Pugh and Lindsey Horan, two local soccer standouts, highlighted the match — an exhibition game known as a friendly — between the national teams of the United States and Japan on June 4 before a sellout crowd at Dick’s Sporting Goods … more
The Memorial Day holiday may be the unofficial start to summer, but a stampede helps to draw the big crowds. The 52nd annual Elizabeth Stampede and Rodeo struck on June 2 with a Tracy Lawrence concert at Casey Jones Park. Charlie Burd, who has … more
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