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Nancy Gripman wasn’t very tall, but she left a big mark on the town of Parker. After moving to Parker in 1981, Gripman immersed herself in efforts to make the town a better place for families less fortunate than her own. After more than 30 … more
Many Coloradans take to the trails to enjoy fall colors and get some exercise before winter's arrival, but a recent trip to the great outdoors was serious business for students at Rocky Vista University. During the first week of November, a … more
An unidentified armed suspect robbed the Game Stop video game store at 11153 S. Parker Road of cash and merchandise at approximately 9:45 p.m. on Nov. 17. According to store leader Marlowe Jones, a man wearing a helmet and body armor threatened … more
On a recent morning, Lela Perkins worked to organize shoebox donations piled up at a booth near the front entrance of her Parker church. Inside each box were toothbrushes, toothpaste, school supplies, soap, hard candy and stuffed … more
Most people wouldn’t think to look for innovative technology and wellness treatments in one of Parker’s oldest buildings, but that’s what’s in store at Parker Day & Med Spa. The spa, at 19767 Pikes Peak Ave., blends the old and the new in … more
Douglas County is encouraging housing developers to use more renewable water sources. The county held a late afternoon public workshop on Nov. 14 for proposed changes to the county's water zoning plan. Conversation was diligent and thorough, … more
Bright sunshine and a clear blue sky were an appropriate backdrop for the Douglas County School District's presentation of three environmentally-friendly buses as part of a sustainability plan to make a brighter, cleaner future for its … more
A lawyer for the American Humanist Association argued in a courtroom Nov. 16 that the Douglas County School Disrict has a track record of promoting Christian causes, violating the Constitution. A school district lawyer countered that no students … more
As part of a five-part, 3-D exhibit on mental illness she created for her high school senior project, Olivia Stewart crafted hard wire protruding from a red velvet heart wrapped in a cement pair of lungs. She called it "Anxiety." When Stewart … more
The Rotary Club of Parker couldn't have asked for better weather or a better turnout as it dedicated a new flagpole at O'Brien Park on Nov. 11. Close to 200 veterans, town officials and residents came to the ceremony to honor veterans and get a look … more
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