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Castle Rock Fire and Rescue is asking the public for its help as the department investigates a series of fires. Three recent fires, including a half-acre fire on Sept. 23, may have been set intentionally, according to a town news release. The … more
The Castle Rock Town Council has approved the 2017 town budget. Jennifer Green, the mayor pro tem and District 3 councilmember, was the only councilmember to vote against the proposal on its final reading Sept. 20. Her concern pivoted around … more
The Castle Rock Town Council approved the second and final reading of an ordinance that will allow councilmembers who prevail in a recall to seek reimbursements. The vote was 6-0. Mayor Paul Donahue recused himself from the discussion. Donahue … more
Lily Tang Williams wasn't born with the freedoms citizens of the United States have long enjoyed. Now that she's experienced more than two decades of democracy, she wants to protect it. Williams, immigrated to the U.S. from China in 1988, became … more
A motorist who mistook the gas pedal for the brake is facing a careless-driving charge today after she drove her car through the front entrance of a Highlands Ranch business, a spokesman for the … more
Connoisseurs don’t typically look under bridges for high-quality artwork, but that’s the exact place some local students chose to create their masterpiece. A group of Lutheran High School students recently completed a mural under the Willow … more
Piled into the back of a pickup truck on Tuesday afternoon, a group of teenagers left the site of a crash that killed a Castle View High School student just hours earlier. Kyra Connolly, 17, a senior, died in a three-vehicle accident that involved a Douglas County School District delivery truck. more
Castle Rock parents Robert and Melissa MacTaggart never got the chance to celebrate the 21st and 22nd birthdays of their son, Jordan, with him. For both, Jordan was fighting overseas with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), a militia … more
Thomas Westbrook had a feeling something was wrong at ITT Technical Institute earlier this year. “A few of us had an inkling something was fishy because they stopped taking new students in,” the Westminster resident said. He said school … more
The Dumb Friends League Wag `n Trail drew people and pets to the Glendale Farm Open Space in Douglas County on Sept. 17. Dogs and their owners hiked a 1.6-mile trail and enjoyed an ice cream treat, all to help raise funds for the Buddy Center in … more
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