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District Attorney George Brauchler of the 18th Judicial District has announced dates for the 2015 Fall Citizens Academy. For six weeks from 6 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday, Sept. 23 to Oct. 28, the free academy will take place in the DA's Arapahoe … more
A person from southern Colorado has died of the plague, the second person to die of the disease in the state this year. The unidentified adult from Pueblo County likely died of the relatively rare septicemic form of the disease, said Christine … more
Often called the most dangerous event in rodeo, the PRCA Xtreme Bulls bull-riding event helped kick off the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Aug. 6 in Castle Rock. Douglas County High School graduate Patrick Geipel, now of Westcliffe, got the crowd … more
The Liniger Building at CU South Denver (formerly The Wildlife Experience) is bringing back its most popular event for the 12th year. Art & Ale Brew Festival will again close out the summer … more
Envision an office environment that fosters the success of entrepreneurs through mentoring and collaboration. Innovation Pavilion, a Centennial-based incubator for business start-ups, has announced plans to establish a facility in Parker, … more
About me I was raised a Jehovah's Witness, in the small town of Klamath Falls, Oregon. After I graduated from high school, I moved to Portland with some friends in the early '90s to start a new life, and became a Christian and met my wife, … more
The streets of downtown Parker take on a spirited atmosphere with the Parker Chamber of Commerce's monthly Wine Walks, in which wine-lovers stop by local businesses and sample a range of varietals. On July 31, parking was at a premium, musicians … more
The Parker Task Force is reminding residents that hunger doesn't take a summer vacation. With kids home for the summer, business has been brisk at the nonprofit food bank. Visits to the food bank in June and July were up 20 percent over the … more
The Douglas County Planning Commission narrowly voted to recommend denial of a controversial amendment that could result in a higher density of homes south of Parker. The 3-2 vote by the planning commission, an advisory board to the county … more
Knowing what the future holds is a difficult proposition, but knowing the past has gotten much easier. Technology has brought about new ways of accessing old documents, helping more people discover their family histories. At the forefront of the … more
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