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Once an American flag becomes faded or torn, it is considered disrespectful to continue flying it. When a flag is ready to be retired, it is tradition in the Unites States to burn that flag. From now through May 31, residents will have the … more
The Castle Rock Public Works Department has earned accreditation through the American Public Works Association. The department is the 110th agency in North America to earn this distinction since 1997. Less than 1 percent of public works agencies … more
Ballots for the June 28 primary election will be in the mail to registered and affiliated voters beginning June 6. If you are a registered voter affiliated with either the Republican or Democratic party, and have not received your ballot at the … more
The Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center will host horse lovers of all ages on June 4 for its fifth annual open house and adoption day. This free event will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the equine center, 5540 E. Highway 86, just west of … more
Are you interested in singing the national anthem this August at the 2016 Douglas County Fair & Rodeo? Submit a video audition no more than 90 seconds in length of yourself singing the first verse of the national anthem to … more
Douglas County Libraries will kick off its Summer Reading Program at 10 a.m. June 4 at all seven locations. The annual program encourages kids and teens to exercise their minds during the summer, strengthening reading skills and building … more
For the first time in this decade, the town of Castle Rock has exceeded its TABOR revenue limit. Now, the town council has a decision to make, and councilmembers want community input. The Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) is part of the Colorado … more
A time to pay respects to all the service members who paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their country, Memorial Day will be May 30 this year. There are three ceremonies in Douglas County, as well as one at nearby Fort Logan National … more
Public health officials in communities along the Front Range are calling for awareness of skunks that may be infected with rabies. Impacted communities include those in more densely-populated, urban settings, as well as those in traditional rural settings. more
The Castle Rock Band will host a free Memorial Day concert, in collaboration with American Legion Post #1187, at the bandstand in front of Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox St. in Castle Rock. The flag ceremony and concert will be at 3 p.m. … more
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