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Students at Merryhill Preschool in Parker bugged out to help the environment on Earth Day, releasing approximately 9,000 ladybugs outside the school to celebrate the event on April 22. Thirteen staff members, 30 parents and 88 children participated … more
Healing with my hands I've been a massage therapist for about six years now. I got into it because I wanted to help people heal from injuries and get back to doing what they enjoy in life. I want to be the brighter side of someone's day, to make … more
Wendy Hightower, 35 and eight months pregnant, sat on the grass near a small gray and bronze headstone adorned with trinkets of family life - a snow globe from Disney World, a ceramic Easter bunny, shiny pinwheels that spin in a breeze. As she had done almost every day for two years, Wendy talked to her daughter, Madison, an exuberant 2-year-old who had died suddenly from an E. coli infection. more
My husband, Jeff, and I first moved here from Silicon Valley in 2000. He loves pho and there were no pho restaurants in this county. So he left his corporate job and bought a place called Joong Thai Pan (where Portofino restaurant is now — behind … more
The west wall of floor-to-ceiling windows reveals a glowing purple sunset. As students spread their mats on the floor, the sun drops behind the mountains and dim ambient lighting just keeps the room from becoming completely dark. The instructor … more
Bird banding, in partnership with Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, “provides a unique look into the life journey of these amazing little animals,” said Audubon Society of Greater Denver outreach coordinator Kate Hogan. It fosters a new … more
Rick Squires and Claudia Swenson stood at their table at the Philip S. Miller Library April 23 and explained to people how bees provide more than just honey. Bees are responsible for pollinating 80 percent of all the fruits, vegetable and seed crops … more
Hilltop is the Colorado town that wasn’t. Not big enough for most maps, not close enough to water to become a city, the area on the border of Douglas and Elbert counties mostly served as a stop for train and stagecoach routes in the late 1800s. … more
Lydia Greenhalge, of Littleton, remembers rummaging through garage sales as a child. Her family lived on a tight budget. She’s now a garage sale expert. “I like saving money,” she said. “And I see it as a great recycling … more
Following my palate I got involved in Parker when my wife Avantika and I purchased Nomelie Cupcakes, located on Mainstreet Parker. We took ownership of Nomelie in January 2015. Before that, we came to Parker regularly as a shopper while living in … more
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