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The terms “holistic medicine” and “wellness” have been getting more use lately as health care providers and patients shift their focus from treating disease to preventing it altogether. Dr. Eric Shadle is one of those providers, and he … more
Cold weather and ice skating go together like a hand and glove but, ironically, winter weather can make ice making difficult. Freezing temperatures prevented installing the ice surface's refrigeration system on schedule, but a slight delay only … more
The town council meeting on Jan. 3 featured a bit of pomp and ceremony at the outset as Judge Kevin Sidel swore in the mayor and three councilmembers who were re-elected in November. Each of the councilmembers, John Diak, Debbie Lewis and Joshua … more
The Rotary Club of Parker selected Kristen “K.J.” Newkirk as their December Student of the Month from Ponderosa High School. Newkirk maintains a 4.07 grade-point average and is ranked 18th in her class of 324 students. She is active in the … more
The Rotary Club of Parker selected Tad Trimarco as their December Student of the Month from Chaparral High School. Trimarco is ranked fifth in his class of 480 students, has a 4.24 grade-point average and has lettered academically all four years … more
Josh Horner did not let his attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder stop him from learning two new languages, living in two foreign countries, leading his college choir section and writing a book. Because of those accomplishments over his 4 1/2 … more
The Douglas County School District will explore the possibility of weighting honors classes for high school students. The idea would be to make students more competitive when applying to college and for scholarships. Currently, all classes are … more
In regard to funding the I-25 widening project, Douglas County Commissioner Lora Thomas, who was sworn in Jan. 10, has some ideas. more
Coyotes lived in the metro area long before any towns or residential neighborhoods sprang up, and as their annual breeding season arrives, they are making their presence felt to many residents, human and otherwise. In a news release, Jennifer … more
With one eye on a $500 million state budget gap and the other on Washington, Gov. John Hickenlooper and a split Colorado Legislature enter the 2017 lawmaking session with little expectation of fiscal reform and plenty of uncertainty over … more
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