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Castle Rock is located in central Colorado. It was originally inhabited by Native Americans, primarily the Arapahoe and the Cheyenne. When white settlers were drawn to the area by rumors of gold, hundreds of people began moving to the area. However, it was not the discovery of gold, but the discovery of rhylite stone that ultimately led to the founding of Castle Rock. Notable residents of Castle Rock have included actress Amy Adams (Drop Dead Gorgeous, Sunshine Cleaning, Junebug, Talladega Nights) and jazz musician Nelson Rangell.

Population: 20224
Local Newspapers: Douglas County News Press
Local Sports Teams: Colorado Avalanche Colorado Rapids Colorado Rockies Denver Broncos Denver Nuggets
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Zip Codes associated with castle rock, colorado: 80016 80104
Towns/Cities near castle rock, colorado : Castle Pines The Pinery Franktown Larkspur Elizabeth

Castle Rock News
Colorado teacher arrested, charged with attempted sexual exploitation of a child

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. - A Douglas County School District teacher was arrested and charged with three counts of attempted sexual exploitation of a child Friday, according to Castle Rock police.

Proposed toll lanes turn some in El Paso County against I-25 widening

Some El Paso County residents are frustrated with the state's plan to widen Interstate 25 between Monument and Castle Rock by adding toll lanes. They don't want to pay twice to fix the stretch of highway known as "the gap."

Lots to consider as 2017 draws to a close

Interstate-25 toll lanes, Strawberry Fields, national monuments, the disappearance of geezer-friendly downtown bars and 1917 law enforcement - what do these have in common? Not much, but they're all worth considering. It's interesting that the proposal to toll the two additional lanes to be added to the notorious I-25 gap between Monument and Castle Rock only surfaced after the November election.

Thursday's traffic: Icy conditions cause 'multiple spin-outs' on I-25

Colorado Springs has a 30 percent chance of scattered snow showers Thursday night, mainly before 9 p.m., the National Weather Service in Pueblo said. The night's low is expected to be 23 degrees.

EDITORIAL: Toll lanes make sense on I-25 gap

Drivers cruise along I-25 Thursday, October 8, 2015 near Larkspur. The current two-lane section from Monument to Castle Rock is expected to be expanded.

I-25 widening, crackdown on illegal pot grows could benefit from El Paso County budget tweaks

El Paso County could greenlight financial boosts for a variety of projects and programs, including the widening of Interstate 25 from Monument to Castle Rock, through its annual budgeting process. Other tentative beneficiaries are an initiative that could help ease overcrowding at the El Paso County Jail and an effort by the Sheriff's Office to bust illegal marijuana grow operations.

Ways to volunteer in Douglas and Arapahoe Counties all year long

Rebecca Stein, a materials handling technician, kneels to shelve books in the children's section of the new Castle Pines branch for Douglas County Libraries on April 12, 2016. Toward the end of the year, opportunities to give to good causes in your community seem to multiply.

Vote To End Voucher Program In Douglas County Ends Years Of Litigation

Wazee Supper Club To Close In 2 Months The owners of Wazee Supper Club - , located at the corner of 15th Street and Wazee Street, say they will close the restaurant at the end of January. CASTLE ROCK, Colo.

Colorado school board votes to end voucher program

Les Lilly, center, walks by a Douglas County, Colo., Sheriffs Department officer after Lilly spoke during a Douglas County School Board meeting Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, in Castle Rock, Colo. A new anti-voucher majority on the board was set to eliminate a program enacted by an earlier conservative-dominated board to help public school students attend secular and religious schools with taxpayer-funded vouchers.

Widening I-25 from Monument to Castle Rock: Live updates from CDOT | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Southbound traffic begins to build on Interstate 25 Thursday afternoon, Oct. 12, 2017, just before exit 172 near Larkspur, Colo. . Note: Click here for live updates from CDOT's press conference Monday.

CDOT: Widening of the I-25 'Gap' could begin six months early | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Construction to widen the Interstate 25 bottleneck from Monument to Castle Rock could begin next year - more than six months earlier than had been anticipated, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. If all the funding for the project comes through - including a highly-competitive $65 million federal grant for which it is in the running - crews could break ground in late 2018 and finish in Spring 2021, CDOT spokesman Bob Wilson said in an email Friday.

Mark Waller tagged for statewide honor

Mark Waller, in his first elected term on the El Paso County Board of County Commissioners, has been named the Freshman Commissioner of the Year by Colorado Counties, Inc. Waller, a former state representative who replaced Amy Lathen on the commission when she resigned in mid-2015, was elected to a four-term term in November 2016. In a release, Waller said his work on obtaining funding to expand Interstate 25 where it narrows between Monument and Castle Rock was one reason he was honored.

Intermountain Rural Electric customers get a stocking stuffer

The Intermountain Rural Electric Association will return $8.4 million to customers after its wholesale power costs this year came in lower than projected. The rare rebates, which work out to an average of $41 per residential customer, will show up next month as a bill credit.

Ready, Set, Start Shopping at Ten Fashionable November Events

As soon as the turkey's off the table, it's time to start your holiday shopping....and while you're out and about, why not pick up a few fashionable items for yourself? Between Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, you have plenty of chances to shop 'til you drop. But save some energy for other fun fashion events on the calendar for the end of November.

Wednesday's traffic: All lanes of Northbound I-25 south of Castle Rock open after crash

A crash on southbound Academy Boulevard south of San Miguel Street has the right lane of Academy blocked, Colorado Springs traffic tweeted Wednesday. The Colorado Department of Transportation reported a crash on northbound Interstate 25 north of Tomah Road is blocking the right lane of the highway.

Check out these 5 south metro independent yoga studios for some extra balance

Owner Danny Chapparo leads a class at Ashva Yoga on May 19, 2016, in Castle Rock. Ashva Yoga specializes in alignment-based Hatha Yoga and equestrian yoga.

Douglas County Crime Blotter: Woman scammed out of $1,600 by "Deputy Mike"

Phone scammers strike again. A woman who lives on the 3300 block of Lynwood Avenue, Littleton , told police she received a call Oct. 30 from someone claiming to be "Deputy Mike" from the Denver Police Department.

Riot Blockchain Enters Agreement for Acquisition of 1,200 Bitcoin...

CASTLE ROCK, Colo: Riot Blockchain Inc. today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire cryptocurrency mining equipment consisting of 700 AntMiner S9s and 500 AntMiner L3s, all manufactured by industry leader Bitmain. Riot has secured a location for the operation of the mining equipment at a competitive electric cost, with infrastructure in place for expansion.

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