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The Rotary Club of Parker will host the 2016 Parker State of the Town luncheon on Feb. 23 and the Mayor's Black Tie & Boots Gala on Feb. 27 at the PACE Center. Attendees will have the opportunity to support the community, visit with Mayor Mike Waid … more
Kids with learning disabilities will be sharing their personal stories, how they overcame it, and teach kids and their parents how to advocate for what they need in school during the “YES! Top Secrets” program from 9:30 a.m. to noon Feb. 6 at … more
About me I am originally from the Midwest — my family moved to Mesa, Arizona, when I was 8 years old. During the next 32 years, I went to college, married and had two children, Jennifer and Casey. My husband was approaching retirement after 20 … more
The offer and the wine were sufficiently convincing to pull Gary Tassler away from an idyllic life. “I was living in Europe, didn’t really have a job, wasn’t doing much of anything,” Tassler said. “I was drinking wine and drinking beer … more
The Council of Arts, Science and Culture (CASC) is bringing its 3rd Annual Mardi Gras Celebration to downtown Parker for the first time this year. The three-day event kicks off Feb. 5 in downtown, … more
More than 200 middle school students from 19 schools from around Colorado turned out at Valor Christian High School on Jan. 23 for the school's third annual Middle School Math Competition. Students took part in both individual and team competitions. … more
Monica Wasden was born and raised in Chico, California, a rural area in the north part of the state known for its almonds and rice fields. She was one of the few people in her family to receive a college degree. “Most of my family hasn’t … more
Lora Thomas became a dispatcher for the Colorado State Patrol when she was 21 years old. The county commissioner candidate had career aspirations at a young age. “I was in second grade. I went home and told my mom and dad I wanted to be a … more
The death of a 112-pound jail inmate who choked on his own vomit and suffocated after Denver sheriff's deputies restrained him during a psychotic episode is drawing new attention to the way he was subdued: face-down on his stomach with five deputies … more
The Freedom Service Dogs organization plans to leave its facilities on West Union Avenue in Englewood and move into a new, larger building in Centennial near Arapahoe Road and Jordan Road. The nonprofit organization rescues dogs from shelters and … more
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