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‘Eye of the Camera’ brings superb photography to museum

A large crowd gathered on Feb. 15 at the Littleton Museum to visit the opening reception for the new 2018 “Eye of the Camera” exhibit, an annual event that draws entries from numerous Colorado … more

Letter to the editor: Ballot question prompts many questions

I wonder why Castle Rock citizens want to add a political layer to our system. Our collaborative city council may become a council working against a mayoral agenda. Without an agenda, what will … more

Battling Alzheimer's, couple turns outward for holidays

“You gotta get up, kid.” That wasn't a demand from a father to a young child, but words from Harold Arnold to his wife, Barb — both in their 80s — delivered with a joking smile, but casually … more

Q&A with state Sen. Chris Holbert

Republican state Sen. Chris Holbert served four years in the Colorado House of Representatives before he was elected to the state Senate in 2014. He currently serves as the state Senate majority … more

Chamber accepting business boot camp applications

If you have a viable Castle Rock-based or Douglas County company and want to take it to the "next level", the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce can … more

Letter to the editor: A vote for students, teachers

I am a concerned citizen who has lived in Douglas County for almost two years. My husband and I moved to Douglas County from Arapahoe County. When we sold our home in Arapahoe County, our Realtor … more

Gadget would ease phone use for outdoor enthusiasts

When he is cruising through the Backcountry Wilderness Area on his mountain bike, Anthony Dobaj prefers to listen to music. But in the past, he found it difficult to pull his iPhone out of his pocket … more

America has opportunity for overhaul of tax code

President Trump visited Springfield, Missouri, and laid out his plans for reforming our nation’s outdated, complex and uncompetitive tax system. The president’s plan is built around an America-first tax system that is focused on jobs, increasing … more

Not Your Daughter's Jeans opens at outlets

Not Your Daughter's Jeans, the cult-favorite denim brand renowned for slimming jeans that are both comfortable and figure-flattering, has opened one … more

Rule is reminder that consumers need to pay attention to titles

The new Department of Labor (DOL) rule, also called the Fiduciary Rule, has created a bit of confusion for investors. It also threw many brokerage firms into a tumult over revamping procedures under the new regulation. The intent of the rule is very … more

Siegel celebrates 30 years of keyboard conversations at Arvada Center

It seems like everybody took a piano lesson or two in their lives. I did for years, learning how to play some of my favorite Vince Guaraldi “Peanuts” songs, as well as the piano versions of some of my favorite pop songs at the time — stuff … more

Letter to the editor: Elect board members who listen

Two of my grandchildren are enrolled in Douglas County elementary schools and I am concerned about the upcoming school board elections and the future of public education. Things that bother me: … more

The funny thing about littering is that there’s nothing funny about it

Jennifer and I just flew back from Detroit, and, boy, are our arms tired. Michigan is my homeland, specifically Ann Arbor, and I thought that she should have at least one encounter with a University of Michigan home game in her lifetime. If … more

Indictment paints picture of large pot-trafficking ring in south metro area

An enterprise based in the south metro Denver area sent marijuana through the mail, sold it to out-of-state buyers and cultivated pot in upscale neighborhoods, according to a 98-page indictment. Two … more

Editorial: It’s time to talk about mental health

Sydney Chapin is 19. She grew up in Highlands Ranch and graduated from Rock Canyon High School. She will tell you she is privileged: She has had a comfortable life, materially. But over her young … more

Former Rock Canyon student competing in 2018 Winter Olympics

A former Rock Canyon High School student has been selected to play for the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team at the 2018 Winter Olympics, USA Hockey announced Jan. 1. Troy Terry, 20, will be on one … more

Don’t look away from what the mirror is trying to tell you

Typically the first person we greet each morning is ourselves. Whether we are washing up, brushing our teeth, shaving, putting on some makeup or combing or brushing our hair, our first interaction is looking straight into our own eyes. We may be … more

Letter to the editor: Current direction reduces choice

According to the DCSD community survey, most of us think that charter schools add value to our district. However, over the past few years, Silverthorn, Geddes, Peck and Reynolds (board majority) have … more

Air quality improving, but still not ideal

There are some days, primarily in the summer months between May and September, when Coloradans should re-think partaking in vigorous exercise outside. But that doesn’t mean the air quality here is so concerning that everybody should feel they … more

New tax-refund scam is gaining traction

A new scam that plays off the more widely known tax-imposter phone scam that claims money is owed to the IRS is gaining momentum, according to a news release from the 18th Judicial District … more
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