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The Town of Parker and Rocky Vista University are promoting Colorado's Bike to Work Day with free food and gifts on June 22. The Town of Parker Breakfast Station, located at the Cherry Creek Trail under the E-470 overpass, will offer free … more
Lora Thomas, 60, is a third-generation Coloradan who grew up in Denver. She’s lived in Highlands Ranch for 17 years and Douglas County for 25 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, including her 3-year-old granddaughter. Thomas was … more
Monica Wasden, 48, has lived in Highlands Ranch for 21 years. She’s been a delegate for the Highlands Ranch Community Association for 16 years and served on the Steering Committee and as first treasurer for the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce … more
Benjamin Lyng, 40, is an Army veteran and banker in Castle Pines Village. He holds an MBA from Cornell University in New York and a degree in accounting from American University in Washington, D.C. He has never run for or held any political … more
Jess Loban, 40, was born in Glenwood Springs and grew up between Pueblo and Colorado Springs and now lives in Castle Rock. He has four children. Loban has no experience holding elected office. He consults for technology companies and founded … more
Lora Thomas, 60, is a third-generation Coloradan who grew up in Denver. She's lived in Highlands Ranch for 17 years and Douglas County for 25 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, including her 3-year-old granddaughter. Thomas was the … 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 American Cancer Society will bring its Relay for Life to five locations in the south metro area this summer, with the first one taking place this weekend in Centennial. Some 150 participants are expected to spend the day walking the track at … 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
The Elbert/Douglas County Livestock Association announced the recipients of the organization's annual scholarships May 27. The three scholarship recipients are Elizabeth High School graduate Anisa Samhouri, Castle View High School graduate Karis … more
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