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Restaurants, bakers and eateries brought their goods and goodies to approximately 2,000 hungry attendees at the Douglas County Fairgrounds Event Center for a celebration of food and drink on Aug. 18, at the 14th annual CenturyLink Taste of Douglas … more
The high-pitched screech of power tools cut through the air at the peaceful country home of the Zimmermann family in east Elbert County. Volunteers from the Douglas Elbert Realtor Association had spread throughout the property, cutting wood to … more
After a tough week in Rio, Olympian Missy Franklin returned home to dozens of pink hearts with handwritten notes posted in her front yard. The 21-year-old swimmer recently posted a video on her … more
Thick clouds of oily black smoke billowed from the Centennial Airport airfield on the night of Aug. 16, illuminated by the flashing red and blue lights of 35 ambulances and fire engines responding to … more
A Lone Tree man has been named in a grand jury indictment as the leader of a drug-trafficking network that had $2.2 million worth of heroin seized in recent raids. Jose DeJesus Bernal-Zamora was … more
Douglas County Board of Education member Doug Benevento announced Aug. 17 that he is resigning effective immediately, leaving the board with three members who support the district's reform policies … more
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Even before the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the killing of Eric Garner in Staten Island, New York, the Parker Police Department wanted to improve transparency by implementing the use of body-worn cameras. It took a … more
Dawn Cashman joined the Parker Police Department in 2005, but she rotated out of patrol duty and was serving as a public information officer when the body camera program was implemented. She returned to active duty in January, and she said it didn't … more
Libraries are historically quiet places, conjuring images of bespectacled old librarians shushing the giggles of children. But construction crews at Douglas County Library's new Parker branch are making lots of noise, and branch manager Amy Long … more
The swishing of brushes, squeaking of rollers and laughter of paint-splattered children echoed around the exterior of the Parker Senior Activity Center on Aug. 6, as 81 volunteers gathered to spruce up walls and trim with a fresh coat of … more
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