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Inclement weather kept the crowds away for a week, but farmers market season will soon be in full swing in downtown Parker. For the second consecutive year, the Mother's Day opening of the Parker Farmer's Market was canceled due to snow, and … more
Temple Grandin is the keynote speaker for Delta Kappa Gamma's June 5-7 convention at the Denver Marriott South in Lone Tree. Grandin, a Colorado State University animal science professor and autism activist, will make a 7 p.m. June 5 presentation … more
The Colorado Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's decision and found the Douglas County School District did not violate the state's Fair Campaign Practices Act. The school district issued a … more
Allan P. Crawfurd, first president of Arapahoe Community College, could never have imagined that the college would livestream its 50th anniversary party from the trendy new cafe on its Littleton campus to its Parker and Castle Rock locations — or … more
Although Littleton has a long history of supporting its schools, the same cannot be said for its initial enthusiasm about launching the metro area's first community college. According to a September 1966 Littleton Independent article by Houstoun … more
A man suspected of hitting a deputy with a vehicle at a Centennial shopping center before being shot by a second deputy faces an attempted-murder charge. Alexander West, 25, is being held on $1 … more
A motion to approve Hooters' liquor license languished for lack of a second during the May 5 Lone Tree City Council meeting. Mayor Jim Gunning's request for a second, repeated twice, was both times … more
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Rocky Vista University marked Sexual Assault Awareness Month with a series of events aimed at improving safety on college campuses, including self-defense classes. With sexual assault on college campuses making headlines, RVU raised awareness … more
The Rotary Club of Parker honored Sydney Nelson as its April Student of the Month from Chaparral High School. She is ranked second in her class of 523 with a 4.23 grade-point-average. Nelson serves as the secretary of their National Society, vice … more
Like the glow of a robot switched on for the first time, the kids’ faces light up one by one. It’s sometimes known as the “eureka” or “a-ha!” moment — bulbs illuminating with the discovery of something new. This is the future, and … more
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