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Four people have been arrested after a home invasion sent a Parker man to the hospital with serious injuries. more
L.L. Bean will open its first Colorado store, and its second west of the Mississippi River, next month at Park Meadows shopping center. The 13,000-square-foot, one-story store is under construction in the former site of Grand Lux Café, on the … more
Seniors living in Douglas County need better access to housing and affordable transportation, surveys show. Part of the Living Well and Aging Well Project, the Douglas County Senior Initiative conducted two surveys with the purpose “to better … more
Explosive interest among elementary school students in the gaming platform Minecraft could change the way kids learn. Brian Dickman, a Parker resident who has founded and helmed a string of successful software companies, has spent the past year … more
The Douglas/Elbert Task force received a $175,000 grant from Douglas County that will allow the service organization to help more people in need. The county commissioners approved the gift from the Community Development Block Grant Program at the … more
Where's the beef? In the very last place you'd look for it. On Sept. 23, 26 beefy guys were slicing, chopping and carving it up at South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial, literally on the ice, in hopes that their mad knife skills would win them a … more
Library patrons who got their first look at design plans for three future Douglas County libraries expressed a shared sense of enthusiasm. Douglas County Libraries held a happy hour-style Sept. 23 open house about its trio of projects at Lone … more
The debate over voters' wisdom in backing the 1992 Taxpayer Bill of Rights resumed last week after it was made apparent that Coloradans can soon expect their first state revenue-related tax refunds … more
Douglas County's three future libraries all will provide the classic library experience with a fresh twist, Douglas County Libraries director Bob Pasicznyuk said. “It's taking the traditional library feel and twisting it to add pizzazz,” said … more
Emotional parents packed the gymnasium at Copper Mesa Elementary on Sept. 23 to share concerns about their school with Douglas County School District leaders. A drop in student performance, high teacher turnover and fears that the traditional … more
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