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In just one week, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office had seven cases filed involving phone scams, which are targeting adults 70 and older. According to Sgt. Jeffery Engel, that's a 57 percent increase in that type of crime. Current phone scams … more
Erica Bullock-Jones calls herself a faithful Democrat. She's voted in every election since her 18th birthday. At the Democratic county convention on March 19, Bullock-Jones won the majority vote out of five delegates vying for Douglas County … more
Colorado Community Media runs this feature the first week of each month. To send news about a business opening or a business person's special achievement, go to toprlink.coloradocommunitymedia.com, … more
Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behavior or personality might be an early clue. Researchers on July 24 outlined a syndrome called “mild behavioral impairment” that may be a … more
Several rotary clubs from the Parker area worked together to pay for a mechanical lift to help riders with disabilities ease into the saddle at Promise Ranch in Franktown. Members of the Rotary Club of Parker, the Rotary Club of Southeast Denver … more
The Parker Town Council approved changes to sign codes on July 18, unanimously passing a resolution to bring existing codes into compliance with a recent Supreme Court ruling. The change is intended to preserve the rights of residents to post … more
“Contemporary Fauvists,” a four-person art show featuring Peggi Kroll Roberts, Madeleine O’Connell, Jeannie Paty and Scott Switzer will be on display at the Parker Arts & Cultural Center Gallery with a free opening artist reception on Aug. 5 … more
Since 2007, 80 percent of Americans have been hit with a weather-related disaster, but almost 60 percent of adults and 56 percent of Douglas County residents do not have a plan in place if disaster hits. “Developing an evacuation plan is not … more
Hunger Free America has launched new campaigns to make it easier for hungry Americans to obtain food. Nearly 13.6 percent of Colorado State residents and 18.1 percent of children live in households that can’t always afford enough food. The … more
The Parker Police Department will host National Night Out on Saturday, Aug. 6, at O'Brien Park. The event will feature games, face painting and a meet-and-greet with K-9 Officer Remi, among other attractions. National Night Out is an annual … more
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