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Column: A return to grace

Listening to the conversation around a business dinner table, I found myself trying to stay away from the conversation as it began to center around what was wrong with society and basically the world … more

From the Editor: No real control

This week, our newspaper featured a story reporter Tayler Shaw worked on over several months. This story tells the heartbreaking story of a teenager who died after allegedly buying drugs laced with … more

Column: Love, recognition and appreciation

Many years ago, I remember hearing this question posed to a group of people going through some training, “How often should you tell your spouse that you love them?” Take a moment to consider what … more

Aging column: More than books at Douglas County Libraries

You may be surprised at the variety of services offered by the Douglas County Libraries. Learn what's available at the Seniors' Council of Douglas County meeting on Thursday, July 6 from 10 to 11:30 … more

From the Editor: Our border crisis

As Title 42 expired this month, news outlets had images of people waiting to cross the Mexico border into the U.S. Some estimated tens of thousands are now coming across the border in what our … more

Finance Column: The U.S. dollar as world currency

There is a lot of news about the U.S. dollar (USD) and how sustainable it is as the world currency in the future. While I don’t expect a major shift away from the dollar during my lifetime, we do … more

From the Editor: Celebrating, reflecting on graduation moments

The season is here for high school and college students to walk across the stage to get that document saying they are officially ready for the next level. What the next level will be largely depends … more

Castle Rock Town Talk – Property taxes increasing, but not significantly for town services

Every property owner in Castle Rock has been mailed a Notice of Valuation, informing them of the historic increase in their property’s assessed value resulting from this year’s reappraisal. These … more

County Corner: Transportation infrastructure connects us, resources not making the grade

When you jump in your car, hop on your bike, or set out to walk to the grocery store, you’re immediately part of a system of roads, sidewalks, bridges and other assets that connect us to our world. … more

Business Corner: Parker Days returns stronger in 2023

Parker’s Favorite Weekend is quickly approaching. Once again, the annual Parker Days Festival takes over Downtown Parker the second weekend of June. Last year marked the triumphant return of the … more

Column: Receiving and giving light and love

Do you have people that you get to see often, maybe daily, weekly, or monthly, and whenever you do have the opportunity to meet with them, they always seem joyful bringing light and love to the … more

From the Editor: The losses will mount

During a recent vacation, I was able to meet and talk with several people who are from the Denver area. What I found interesting is what they told me their plans for the future hold. You see, they … more

Denver Fashion Week returns to city’s runways

Everybody has an outfit or two they love but don’t have the occasion or courage to pull out of the closest. Celebrating style like that — and providing an opportunity to bust out these gems — … more

Column: Hope, purpose, passion, performance

We all learn life lessons as we go along. None of us were born knowing everything we needed to know to get us through our time here on earth. We all learn in different ways, some by watching, some by … more

Column: Moms are saints, and not just on Mother's Day

I love the Luke Bryan song, “Most People are Good.” Besides agreeing with the song’s premise that despite what we hear on the news and read on social media about the worst in society – most … more

SeriesFest returns for a blockbuster Season 9

After a bit of a pandemic slowdown, SeriesFest, which celebrates emerging and underserved voices in episodic storytelling, is back bigger and better than ever, overflowing with top-notch television viewing for all audiences.   more

Finance Column: How failed banks impact investors

It can be very unsettling to hear of a bank failure such as Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) last month. Investors may wonder how they should react or if they should adjust their portfolios. First, a little … more

Bring your own ...

We all know what BYOB means right? It’s a restaurant that doesn’t serve alcohol, so the BYOB means bring your own booze. We love those establishments that have a full bar, great wines, and … more

From the Editor: Politics above all

The Douglas County School District recently settled a yearlong battle with former superintendent Corey Wise. The district agreed to pay more than $800,000 to settle the legal dispute Wise filed … more

Chicks Fly at Wings Over the Rockies

Women have played a role in aviation since humans first took to the sky, but as is so often the case, they don’t receive nearly the recognition and celebration their male counterparts do. The Wings Over the Rockies’ Chicks Fly! Showcase aims to do something about this fact.   more
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