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Parker Assisted Living by Morningstar celebrated the opening of its 24-unit memory care building Dec. 5 along with Mayor Mike Waid, second from left, Parker Chamber of Commerce officials and staff at … more
The Parker police and the town's parks and recreation department staged the "Cram the Cruiser" event Dec. 7, collecting 8,581 individual-serving sized food items for the Parker Task Force's Backpack … more
Ebony Atencio was tired of standing in line with her fussy children only to witness brief, impersonal visits with a shopping mall Santa Claus. “It's so important to the children,” the Parker resident said. “They've waited for this so long, … more
Next summer, Andrea Cisneros is looking forward doing something Coloradans both love and dread: walking the hill up to Red Rocks Amphitheater. It can be a grueling climb for concert-goers, but she is nonetheless up for the challenge. It has been … more
Although it was 4 a.m., Morning Star Yazzie and Ariyah Castro, both 11, were full of energy as they waited to see a rocket burst into the atmosphere. “It’s pretty exciting to be here,” Yazzie said. Yazzie, Castro and 13 other members of … more
An event designed to help the community heal will be held on the Arapahoe High School campus Dec. 13, a year after the fatal shooting at the school, a news release announced Dec. 9. The candlelight remembrance ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. at … more
One year ago, it was unimaginable that two lives would end violently inside the walls of Arapahoe High School. But on Dec. 13, 2013, that's exactly what happened. Senior Karl Pierson walked into the building with a gun, mortally wounded classmate … more
When a shopping center dares to call itself a retail resort, it sets a high mark for customer expectations. Especially at Christmastime, Park Meadows aims to meet its own grand standards. “We really have a very traditional experience, but we … more
The twitter of a bosun's pipe, the ringing of a ship's bell and the mournful notes of “Taps” filled the air at the Dec. 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at the Colorado National Guard Armory in Centennial. “This is our first year to put … more
When Lynn Johnson’s executive position came to an end, she didn’t know it would end up being not such a bad thing. “I got an amazing job, and I couldn’t be happier,” said Johnson, who is now making more money as the director of human … more
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