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When Elyse Williams and her father Scott raced as a team in the Leadville Trail 100 charity bike race six years ago, she missed a time cutoff and had to drop out, leaving Scott to finish the race for both of them. Now they're even. The pair … more
Caregivers who grow medical marijuana in unincorporated Douglas County will no longer be able to grow up to 99 plants. An ordinance given final approval by the Board of Douglas County … more
Conservation, improved efficiency and a shift to renewable water supplies is securing the economic and environmental future for Douglas County businesses and residents, according to a report released Aug. 9 by the South Metro Water Supply … more
Small concrete repairs began last month on curbs, sidewalks and gutters throughout Parker. Underground utility locations were requested to be marked prior to excavation within the limits of public rights-of-way, but a miscommunication between the … more
The 18th Judicial District Attorney's office is offering a free, six-week academy to explain the intricacies of the judicial process. Meetings will be held on consecutive Wednesday evenings from Sept. 14-Oct. 19 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the … more
The Douglas County Division of Open Space and Natural Resources and the Douglas Land Conservancy will host this year's Open Space Day celebration, featuring guided horseback rides for equestrian owners, blacksmith demonstrations, archery, a guided … more
Douglas County Libraries will host an evening with The New York Times' bestselling author Sandra Brown on Aug. 19 at 6:30 p.m. atits Castle Rock location, the Philip S. Miller branch, 100 S. Wilcox Street. Brown will discuss and sign her latest … more
Mallory Pridemore and her father, Darrell, had an agreement to pay for her college tuition. “My dad and I's deal was 50/50. I would pay for 50 and he would pay for 50,” Pridemore said. “Now that he's not doing that, I (had) to figure out … more
The crowd of 2,000 that packed into the Adams City High School gym and overflowed into a second nearby viewing area was ample enough for Hillary Clinton to speculate she’d need to start considering bigger venues for future visits. But, Clinton … more
Select Physical Therapy recently pulled up stakes and moved from the Cottonwood area to the heart of Parker, hoping to apply the staff’s healing hands to a larger client base in a bigger, more modern facility. “We had outgrown the clinic we … more
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