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The mood among the Denver metro employees of one of the world's most esteemed financial institutions was decidedly light Oct. 1 as Charles Schwab celebrated the grand opening of its Lone Tree campus. … more
Politicians typically do not make news by shaking hands - after all, it's what politicians do. But during a Sept. 30 gubernatorial debate, an unexpected and awkward handshake between Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez forged a rare political agreement on civility. more
RTD is once again proposing the elimination of Parker's Call-n-Ride service because there are not enough riders. The Regional Transportation District has scheduled a meeting for 6 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Parker Fieldhouse, 18700 E. Plaza Dr., to … more
A speed limit change went into effect for Mainstreet in Parker Sept. 29 between Twenty Mile Road and Parker Road. That section of the Mainstreet corridor now has a 30-mph limit. The speed limits of 25 mph between Parker Road and Dransfeldt and 40 … more
C.J. Roberson, a resident of Red Bluff, Calif., will sign copies of her book, “Under the Watchful Eye,” from 10 a.m. - noon Oct. 4 at Kunjani Coffea, 10009 Jordan Road. Based on a true story, the storyline follows a California family living … more
Colorado Voters will have four statewide ballot issues to decide in November regarding a variety of issues: • Amendment 67: Definition of Person and Child. • Amendment 68: Horse Racetrack Gambling. • Proposition 104: School Board … more
Dyslexia affects 20 percent of the population, and is the most common reason a child struggles with reading, writing and spelling. On Oct. 24, leading dyslexia expert Susan Barton will give a free presentation in Parker to explain why children … more
A one-of-a-kind pastime in California's wine country is being dominated by a Douglas County duo. Deanna Urs and Pat Freytag took the top prize in August for creativity for their entry in a soapbox derby in Sonoma, Calif. But it's a soapbox derby … more
A major construction project on Lincoln Avenue was canceled because the contractors' bids were much higher than county officials expected. A plan to rebuild the road for $4.3 million has been scrapped in favor of a concrete panel-replacement … more
Evidence of the previous afternoon's hailstorm was everywhere the morning of Sept. 30: Piles of hail still stood in parks and shady corners of yards, leaves and debris clogged sewer drains, homeowners used shovels and hoses to clear sidewalks and … more
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