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A free suicide alertness training class will be offered Aug. 23 by the safeTALK program run under the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. SafeTALK is a community program instructed by the sheriff’s office’s Y.E.S.S. officers, which prepares … more
Grant Nelson, 48, of Castle Pines, has lived in Douglas County since 1993. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder. Nelson is the parent of three current students in Douglas County who have attended both neighborhood and … more
Douglas County residents took advantage of the numerous activities offered during the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo on Aug. 5, the second-to-last day of the event at the fairgounds in Castle Rock. While many families milled through the livestock … more
The Douglas County Fair and Rodeo got off to a rollicking start as nearly 40 professional cowboys came to the fairground arena in Castle Rock for the Xtreme Bulls competition, to compete for cash prizes and applause from the fired-up crowd that … more
Thieves recently made off with 20 semiautomatic rifles from Warhorse Firearms of the Rockies in Littleton, the latest in a series of “smash-and-grab” burglaries at area gun stores in recent months. Three or four suspects broke a large window … more
A crowded race to become Colorado's next governor includes former Parker Mayor Greg Lopez. Lopez, 53, was elected at the age of 27, serving from 1992-96, and is proud of the fact he was the first Hispanic candidate to hold the … more
It's a little ironic that on Aug. 2 Stonegate resident Colton Love was the recipient of an outpouring of community support centered around a table full of baked goods and lemonade. Love, 11, was going to a friend's lemonade stand on July 25 to … more
Stuck with used batteries, fuels, propane tanks or fluorescent light bulbs? Douglas County residents have two upcoming opportunities to safely dispose of potentially dangerous household chemicals. Tri-County Health Department is hosting a … more
Debora Scheffel considers herself a career educator. After graduating from the University of Denver with a master’s degree in special education, she served as a special education teacher at Northeast Elementary School in Parker. She earned … more
On July 25, U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello sentenced Parker certified public accountant Don R. Iley to 151 months in federal prison for wire fraud and aiding and assisting in the preparation of false tax returns. Arguello also … more
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