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More than 350 young women attended the “Shine Summit 2015: Empowering young women to empower each other,” at Legend High School Nov. 6 at the PACE Center. The second annual … more
Following a recent designation as a Level-2 trauma center, Parker Adventist Hospital is poised to save more lives of critically-injured patients. The jump from Level 3 to 2 means Parker Adventist can now treat patients with major spinal cord and … more
About me My father was stationed in England with the U.S. Air Force, where I was born and became the fifth of six kids. We moved back to the states when I was about 3 years old and settled in Lincoln, Nebraska. Job opportunities moved us to … more
Ingenuity, hard work and a twist of fate have turned Brandon Best into an entrepreneur with limitless potential. Best was working four different jobs at a mall when friends and co-workers found out that he'd fixed his own smartphone. They … more
A mountain lion was seen at Black Bear Golf Club Nov. 16. It's among the first reported sightings this year in the Parker area. The golf course is in Canterberry Crossing on the east end of Parker. more
Rotarians and Parker residents Kam Breitenbach and Jane Johnson, right, met with a crew from Project Sanctuary Nov. 6 and presented them with a $4,000 check. The money was from a grant from the … more
On Nov. 7, hundreds of Parker volunteers gathered to pack meal packets for starving children around the world. The Parker United Methodist Church hosted its second annual MobilePack benefiting … more
More than a foot of snow has fallen in some portions of Douglas County, causing treacherous driving conditions and school closures Nov. 17. According to Douglas County, the hardest hit area was … more
Forty sheriffs in Colorado, including Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock, wrote to the White House to oppose any plan to move detainees from the detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to prisons in the state. The sheriffs argued in the … more
A blizzard warning will go into effect at 6 p.m. in Douglas County and is expected to last until 2 p.m. Nov. 17, according to the National Weather Service. more
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