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‘She never called’: Woman missing since last march

TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — More than one year has passed since anyone has seen Teller County woman Dava Leonard. She was last seen on March 3rd, 2021 in Divide. “[She’s] the one person always laughing, making jokes… she really was the comedian of the family.” Miccah Leonard, Dava’s sister, said when she didn’t show up […]
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High Park Fire grows slightly overnight, containment holds at 10% Sunday

TELLER COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO) -- Fire officials reported Sunday that the High Park Fire was 1,173 acres in size, that's more than 70 acres larger than last update, and 10% contained. A community town hall meeting will be held at 1:00 Sunday at Cripple Creek Victor High School, according to the Teller County Sheriff's Office. The post High Park Fire grows slightly overnight, containment holds at 10% Sunday appeared first on KRDO.
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From Patient to Powerhouse: Lauren May Woodruff & RecoverEase

When did you start your company and what gave you the idea?. RecoverEase was born of my own cancer experience and the challenges a double mastectomy presented to my existing business running and building a successful horse farm while being a largely single mother. Amid the demands my lifestyle placed on me, I was trying to cope with the pain of snagging and pulling my drains. Walking through that process, I was left feeling there had to be a better way for women to recover but found, sadly, there were almost no innovative solutions. Through sharing my creative drain management solution with other women, I was encouraged to step forward as the answer and RecoverEase went for prototyping and a U.S. utility patent; the rest is history!

Snyder Building Completes Build-Out for Colorado Primary Health Care

Snyder Building Construction recently completed the TI build-out of a 7,000-square-foot medical office building located at 20 W Dry Creek Circle in Littleton, for Colorado Primary Health Care, an internal medicine and primary care practice. The existing, single-story building had previously been home to several offices and a veterinary clinic....

Haug Selected for NFDA Emerging Leaders Program

Arapahoe Community College (ACC) Mortuary Science Faculty Faith Haug has been selected to participate in the 2022-23 class of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) National Emerging Leaders Program. The National Emerging Leaders Program features practical and theoretical approaches to advanced leadership topics. Participants will have access to mentors, engage...

Palmer Ridge advances to quarerfinals

Palmer Ridge is three wins away from a state championship. The Bears blanked Wheat Ridge, 2-0, in the second round of the state playoffs. Palmer Ridge will face The Classical Academy for a trip to the state semi final. The post Palmer Ridge advances to quarerfinals appeared first on KRDO.

Carlsbad softball tops Centennial for Class 5A title

Top-seeded Carlsbad beat Centennial 13-6 for the Class 5A softball championship on Saturday at the University of New Mexico. Carlsbad won its first state championship since 2010 after appearing in the big school final four times since then, including the last two tournament championship games in 2019 and 2021. Carlsbad...

Fury FC 62 Results

Fury FC 62 is set to return this evening live from Castle Rock, Colorado. The show will be headlined by a fight between American welterweights Austin Jones and Armus Guyton. Jones (11-7) and Guyton (6-2) will be sure to produce fireworks in the main event. Jones is 8-3 since 2016 and will look to keep things rolling against the older but slightly less experienced Guyton, a fighter with all six of his career wins coming by way of stoppage. Both fighters train out of notable fight camps with Jones coming out of factoryX Muay Thai and the CES vet Guyton training at Jackson Wink MMA, and an impressive showing for either man could put them on the UFC‘s radar in short order.

Castle Rock's newest park welcomes visitors this summer

Cobblestone Ranch Park rendering.The Town of Castle Rock. (Castle Rock, Colo.) Situated on 168 acres, Castle Rock's newest park is set to open next month. Based on community survey results from 2019, the Castle Rock Town Council selected Cobblestone Ranch as the next park development project. The site is situated on the eastern edge of Castle Rock near Colorado 83 at 8571 Castle Oaks Dr. and will serve as a regional destination, much like Philip S. Miller Park.