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Concerts under the stars, a splash pad and a wedding venue are a few of the anticipated additions to Philip S. Miller Park that will open to the public May 14. The second phase of the park, which includes the amphitheater, the Millhouse events … more
Jan Wilusz is an occupational therapist and has four young children, twin 7-year-old boys and two girls, ages 6 and 3. “I can’t afford to work,” Wilusz said. “I want to work. I love my career, but it would cost me more to work and put the … more
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce will host a debate featuring the five Republicans challenging Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet on May 12. Candidates Darryl Glenn, Jack Graham, Jon Keyser, Robert Blaha and Ryan Frazier will participate in … more
A statement released May 4 on the Town of Parker's website stated the mayor and town council have decided to table the zoning project for the Pine Curve property east of downtown. No time limit has been set, but the statement said the project will … more
Most Americans believe that slavery ended with Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. Todd Tueller told students assembled at Rocky Vista University that isn't the case. Tueller was at the Parker school May 2 for an advanced screening of “The … more
When James and Victoria Newcomb built their modest house in 1911, they couldn't picture how the Town of Parker would develop and evolve around it. More than a century later, Parker continues to grow and change around the Newcomb House, but Wayland … more
Douglas County commissioners rejected an application to rezone property for a proposed housing development on Hilltop Road near the border of Douglas and Elbert counties. Commissioners Roger Partridge, David Weaver and Jill Repella all voted to … more
It had been 70 years since Len Estrin had been aboard a B-17 bomber before he began volunteering with Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum last year. “It was a lot of fun,” he said of getting to fly after all those years. “A big … more
Nicole Steiner knows the healing effect of board games. Steiner's mother suffered a fall that affected her mobility for an extended period of time, and playing games became a source of fun and social contact for her mother during her … more
Making omelets requires breaking eggs, and traffic congestion can't be relieved without creating some. On May 9, construction crews will begin erecting concrete barriers, re-striping traffic lanes … more
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