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A state audit cites several areas of concern over the handling of cases within the state's child welfare system. The 260-page report lays out dozens of recommended fixes to “deficiencies” that were found in samplings of cases that were … more
A K-8 performing arts-themed charter school is moving slowly through the approval process, aiming for a fall 2016 opening. Parker Performing Arts School (PPAS) would accommodate 676 students, whose academic experience would include daily … more
A Highlands Ranch man charged with the murder of his wife entered a not-guilty plea in U.S. District Court in Denver on Nov. 12. The first-degree murder charge against Harold Henthorn, 58, stems … more
If wild horses couldn’t drag him away, a broken hip surely wouldn’t stop Wilfred Stallan. His whirlwind romance with Parker resident Shirley Golden was capped with a kiss during the … more
After two years of pouring her talents into Nashville, Kenzi Whittington is returning to Parker. The 21-year-old rock-country-pop artist is headlining a fundraiser concert Nov. 15 at Ponderosa High School, the school from which she graduated in … more
Denver Broncos linebacker Nate Irving will host a holiday toy drive and meet-and-greet at the Parker Chick-fil-A, 9335 Crown Crest Blvd., from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 18. The toy drive will benefit … more
The Parker Area Chamber of Commerce announced Rudy Ruettiger as its keynote speaker for the 2014 Chamber Community Celebration. Tickets for the celebration, formerly known as the … more
A unified Senate Republican caucus on Nov. 11 unanimously put in place a leadership team that will guide the chamber's new majority party through the next legislative session. more
Court documents reveal a calculated plan in a home invasion near Parker that left the grandfather of one of the suspects beaten. Four people were arrested after the Sept. 26 incident in which the suspects allegedly broke into a home near … more
When Bob Pasicznyuk reviewed the factors driving an ambitious plan to put Douglas County's libraries in position for the next two decades, something jumped out at him. “This county's thirst for physical books,” said Pasicznyuk, who took over … more
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