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Shortly before the gavel sounded in the newly refurbished Senate chamber, Linda Newell's eyes unexpectedly welled with tears. "It's hard to leave something that I love so much," she said of the … more
A teenager charged with making a violent threat against Mountain Vista High School will have her arrest records remain sealed until her next court date on March 30. Sienna Johnson appeared in … more
Prosecutors have described Sienna Johnson’s Tumblr blog, which has been taken down from the Internet, as “extremely violent.” Her Weebly personal website, still active, displays childhood and family photos in happy times, but also a journal … more
After they were married in 1951, Nancy Gripman would greet her husband's Navy ship every time it returned to port. She often was the only one standing on the dock. Her consistent presence upon his arrival caused Bill Gripman to be razzed by his … more
A free SafeTALK training — part of the fight against suicide — will be held from 5-8:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the Miller Activity Complex, 1375 W. Plum Creek Parkway, Castle Rock. SafeTALK is sponsored by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, … more
For Douglas County residents enduring hard times, a free hot meal and an introduction to more than 30 local organizations with a desire to help awaits. The eighth biannual Strive to Thrive Resource and Service Fair, hosted by Douglas County’s … more
A workshop, Planning for Life After High School for Teens/Young Adults and Parents, will be held Jan. 20 at the Philip S. Miller Library in Castle Rock, 100 S. Wilcox St. Divided sessions taught by an attorney, a financial representative and a … more
In Douglas County, participation rates of students in the first PARCC tests given last March veered sharply between 18 percent among the school district’s juniors to nearly 95 percent for its third-graders. The widespread opt-outs by students … more
With Colorado’s legislative session set to start this week, the main agenda item for Gov. John Hickenlooper seems dead on arrival, a sign that the state’s partisan divides and unorthodox spending limits will continue to paralyze it in … more
Quality of life was once again the topic of discussion at the second motorsports regulations public workshop hosted by Douglas County staff. “I strongly believe that one has the right to do what they wish on their own property until it tramples … more
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