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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
Mike Sexton created a Facebook group called “Honor the Fallen” early last week. On it he invited people to Fort Logan National Cemetery on Sunday to decorate the graves of Muslim-Americans who served in the military. He only expected him and … more
Community members from all over Douglas County lined Wilcox and Perry streets in downtown Castle Rock on Aug. 6 to watch the nearly 200 floats walk, ride and drive by during the annual Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Parade. Floats included local … more
The annual Douglas County Fair and Rodeo took over Castle Rock the past two weeks with a variety of agricultural and family-friendly activities. This year marked the first time the carnival was open for both weekends of the event. A big addition … more
Counties throughout Colorado, especially those that have banned commercial marijuana, are facing challenges when in comes to regulating and identifying legal and "gray-market" marijuana grow houses. Loopholes in the amendments that legalized … more
The staff for a new housing development rented Pinecrest Community Church for a full two hours on Aug. 1, but it only took 10 minutes for the meeting to turn loud and contentious. Denver developers Craft Companies LLC presented a preliminary plan … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has become the first House Republican to expressly distance himself from Donald Trump in a campaign ad. Coffman — who is seeking a fifth term representing the 6th Congressional District — faces a competitive … more
The streets were lined with onlookers Aug. 3 as cowhands drove a herd of longhorn steers and other cattle from Searle Ranch in Monument through downtown Castle Rock. The drive was the kickoff of Western Heritage Welcome, a new event in Castle Rock … more
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