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Gun-law debaters in Castle Rock awaiting ballot results

  A gun control measure in Castle Rock was bound to roil the waters, and it did. Voters in the town of 50,000 are awaiting...

Colorado gun culture: Oscar Wilde had us pegged in 1882

His story of a trip to Leadville is an absurd recounting of a place where dinners are served at the bottom of mine shafts and where guns! guns! guns! are as common as shirts.

Littwin: Going gun-loving crazy in Castle Rock

It's one to thing to talk about liberty. Let's see if they can show the world what freedom really means in Castle Rock, Colorado, USA.

Wiretap: Stagnant class mobility; gun-scared Castle Rock employees

Bad news for the American dream. According to a study by leading economists, mobility hasn't changed over the last 50 years.

Internet grants doled out to communities throughout Colorado

The Statewide Internet Portal Authority yesterday announced eGovernment Services Grants for 24 communities. The grants, totaling about $100,000 are to help local communities increase their use of the internet in delivering services.

McInnis blasts Hickenlooper as provincial and inexperienced

CASTLE ROCK-- Speaking to a small group of shopping center executives today, gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis said he was more prepared and more qualified to be governor than Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper. “He’s never been involved in the process of governing the state. He’s never been involved in one state budget meeting. He has no experience with highway budgets or education budgets. Some people say they want a new face, well this is no time for a new face."

In Colorado, pregnancy makes men, children uninsurable, too

When commercial pilot Matt Temme of Castle Rock was furloughed by his employer last June, he lost his health insurance. Temme's wife had coverage through her employer, but adding Temme and his son would have cost $800 a month— an expensive proposition for a family who had just lost a portion of their income. So Temme went looking on the individual market for insurance. He's a healthy 41-year-old. His son is a healthy 6-year-old. "I never imagined I would have a problem," he said.