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The signs covering the walls advertise long-defunct companies. Nearly every square inch of counter space is occupied by the types of candy that instantly unleash a flood of childhood memories. Appropriately, a bell jingles when customers enter … more
It’s only a matter of weeks until residents begin to see the new Parker Library. The following is a quick update on the work that has been completed so far, and what to expect in the coming days. What’s happened already Construction on the … more
About me I was raised in the ghetto of Camden, New Jersey. I never knew my father; he and my mother, they were 15 when they started having children. I ended up in Los Angeles after traveling the U.S. My childhood passion for horses led me to … more
Four juveniles suspected of smashing car windows and shooting a gun in Highlands Ranch early Tuesday morning led officers from four law-enforcement agencies on a chase at more than 100 mph before … more
The best inspirations often begin with a dream. That’s literally what happened to Parker resident Joe Rocco before he handcrafted an elaborate, tree-like bar top with roots and a trunk that appear to sprout from the wood floor in his … more
Castle View High School Principal Jim Calhoun wants students to know if you have a job in which you only do what you're told, that job will be eliminated soon. “A hundred years ago when Horace Mann talked about public education, he was talking … more
A new planning document intends to turn downtown Parker into a viable and vibrant destination. The Mainstreet Master Plan — a long-term visioning document unanimously approved by Parker Town Council Sept. 21 — will guide land-use and density … more
Republican attempts to recruit a well-known challenger for a Colorado Senate race suffered a setback when a prominent prosecutor said he wouldn’t run against Democrat Michael Bennet. George Brauchler, the district attorney for the 18th Judicial … more
A 70-year-old man suffered head injuries when a suspected DUI driver crashed through the front of his Pinery home. The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after … more
To Gautam Sethi, Douglas County School District’s chief technology officer, computers are like notebooks. “The district doesn’t buy your paper notebooks, you buy your own notebooks,” Sethi said. “You use them and then they are yours to … more
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