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Parker residents continued their pre-holiday celebrations as another of the town's anticipated holiday festivities, the annual Christmas Carriage Parade, rolled through downtown on Dec. 10. Hundreds lined the streets to watch horse-drawn wagons, … more
Most trophies don't feature a gilded hamburger on top, but most awards aren't as unique as the one presented to the Parker Police Department on Dec. 5. Red Robin awarded its coveted “Hamburger Trophy” to the department and some Special … more
After school on Dec. 6, a group of elementary and middle school kids from the YMCA fidgeted in front of J.C. Penney at Park Meadows mall, waiting excitedly to shop with Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware. J.C. Penney partnered with the YMCA … more
In November, leaders from the Chaparral High School feeder area — made up of five elementaries, one middle school and one high school — met at the Parker high school one weekend to discuss how to more closely work together. Some 2,000 … more
Town hall was full of people and emotion as the Parker Authority for Reinvestment met on Dec. 5 to make a final decision on plans for a four-story downtown hotel. By the end of the meeting near 11 p.m., the deal was dead. The PAR, made up of the … more
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The recent death of Colorado State Patrol Trooper Cody Donahue hit home for Lora Thomas, who was recently elected Douglas County commissioner for District 3. Donahue, a 34-year-old husband and father of two, was struck and killed by a passing … more
For Guy LeCompte, a missions and outreach pastor for Crossroads Community Church in Parker, working on the Winter Shelter Network program in Douglas County has surprised him in a couple of ways. The pilot program is a network of local churches … more
At least 24 hours before a snowstorm hit the Denver metro area Dec. 6, the Colorado Department of Transportation was preparing the roads. Mike O'Neill, the Region 1 deputy director of maintenance, said crews treated roads in the 24 hours leading … more
Being a local business owner and getting a one-on-one with your government just got a little easier in Douglas County. The rollout of a new program, Spark DC, now enables businesses in unincorporated Douglas County to request meetings with county … more
On a recent afternoon, Deputy Trey Arnold with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office walked back to his patrol car from a vehicle he'd pulled over on Interstate 25 in Castle Rock. By the front … more
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