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Roughly 10 percent of Parker’s water is now going through a state-of-the-art treatment plant near Rueter-Hess Reservoir. After a few initial hiccups, including the failure of a pump and issues with the feeding of chemicals used to rid the water … more
The Jolly Roger was once again flying at full staff on Pikes Peak Drive earlier this month. Morley Swingle’s victory celebration was borrowed from one of his heroes, the eccentric San Francisco attorney Melvin Belli. Except, as Swingle points … more
Rodney Crowell, the country singer-songwriter with a star-studded list of musical accomplishments, is bringing his tales and talents to the PACE Center stage at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 29. Fresh off a tour to Europe and Australia with legendary singer … more
About me I grew up in Livermore, California. I have two brothers. One brother bought and lives in the family home in Livermore. My other brother lives in Vancouver, Washington, along with my parents. Most of my extended family lives in the state … more
Firefighters now have more capability to respond to downed aircraft near Centennial Airport. The South Metro Fire Rescue Authority revealed the latest weapons in its arsenal during a ceremony Aug. 13 at Centennial Airport, the second busiest … more
Two Cimarron Middle School teachers had a summer vacation that was out of this world. Hector Diaz, an eighth-grade science teacher at the Parker school, and Kim Waller, an eighth-grade math teacher, spent a week at space camp at the U.S. Space … more
The growing popularity of electronic cigarettes and nicotine-delivering vaporizers has sparked a call to clamp down on their use and possession by minors in Douglas County. A proposed ordinance would expand the definition of banned tobacco … more
While working out can be a solitary and therapeutic activity, there are a growing number of people discovering the benefits of working out in pairs. Aside from bonding over a mutual goal, getting fit with a partner increases accountability, keeps … more
The country/bluegrass music of Grass it Up will float through the air Aug. 23 at BBQ, Brews and Banjos, presented by the Rotary Club of Castle Pines. The critically acclaimed band, based in Colorado Springs, includes band members David Jeffrey on … more
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the powerful painkiller OxyContin for a new use in children 11 to 16 who are suffering from severe, long-term pain. OxyContin is an extended-release opioid that has long been used to treat … more
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