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Jack Hilbert, a commissioner in Douglas County since 2006, served at his last meeting for the county on July 8. Hilbert, who is leaving his post as Douglas County commissioner earlier than planned — having accepted a job as the Child Welfare … more
In the 30 years since Curt Sloan began working for Douglas County, his department has been known as Parks and Recreation, Parks and Open Space, Parks and Trails and now Parks, Trails and Building Grounds. “It's been a quick 30 years,” Sloan … more
Castlewood Canyon State Park is offering patrons the chance to get up close and personal with snakes. The public is invited to join Colorado Parks and Wildlife Ranger Lisa Naughton for the ongoing Snakes Alive event, a fun and exciting … more
As thousands of Central American immigrants, mostly women and children, continue to pour across the border between Mexico and the United States in what some are calling an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, chambers of commerce across the country called for immediate reform. more
A worsening child-immigration emergency prompted a blame game among Colorado politicos last week as candidates in key upcoming elections jockeyed for position on a politically dicey issue for all involved. Developments involving the thousands of … more
Chef Jason Morse leads a double life. While many know him as the Douglas County School District's executive chef, Morse is a savvy business owner who created and markets his own line of spices and caramels, works as a consultant to other schools, … more
Four Douglas County School District teachers are among 40 statewide recognized by the Boettcher Foundation for their impact on students. They include Castle View High School science teacher Roger Felch, ThunderRidge High School English teacher … more
The Douglas County Fair and Rodeo has more than just bulls and broncos to offer. One of the fastest-growing rodeos in the country, this year's event, which runs from Aug. 3-10 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock, will feature … more
Gay-marriage supporters have earned another set of victories as judges in separate court cases moved Colorado one step closer to recognizing same-sex nuptials. On July 10, a district court judge … more
President Barack Obama told a Denver audience on July 9 that the country's economy is better off now than when he took office five years ago and blasted Republicans in Congress who "have blocked or voted down every serious idea to helping the middle class." more
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