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From The Publisher

Keep It Local We all love our community. We’ve chosen to call it home, raise a family, meet with friends and enjoy life. I am often asked by people if I have any suggestions on ways they can give back. With so many great local charities and non-profit organizations there are many ways to leave […]


CASTLEROCKhistory VICTORIA’S HOUSE The current Chamber office at 420 Jerry Street was once known simply as “Victoria’s House.” Built in 1889, it was purchased by Andrew Anderson, father of Victoria Anderson Honnold, once one of Castle Rock’s leading socialites. When he died in 1901, his wife inherited the house but died just three years later […]

Trick or Treat Street

Trick or Treat Street Halloween night is one of the most highly anticipated nights of the year for little ghosts and goblins ready to say those three little words that fill their bags with goodies, “Trick or Treat.” This year, Halloween happens to fall on a Monday night but celebrating Halloween on a school night […]

Pumpkins, Mazes and More!

Pumpkins, Mazes and More! Anderson Farms 6728 County Road 3 1/4 , Erie, CO 80516 303.828.5210 – One of Colorado’s longest running corn maze and pumpkin patches with wagon rides out to the 30 acre pumpkin patch, filled with over 70 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. In addition to the corn maze, Anderson […]

Local Author Spotlight

WASHINGTON’S PROVIDENCE By Chris LaFata Former history professor John Curry has been recruited by a time-travel company to scout the best vantage point for clients to witness the inauguration of the first President of the United States. There’s just one problem: When he arrives in 1789, there is no inauguration—and no United States. Until this […]