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Grading work and regional drainage improvements are scheduled to begin late this year on town-owned properties located adjacent to Pine Drive north of Mainstreet. The project will require daytime closures of Pine Drive for approximately two … more
Registration for winter youth basketball at the Parker Recreation Center opens at 6 a.m. Nov. 4. Kinder Coed Basketball for ages 4 to 6 runs Saturday mornings from Jan. 10 to Feb. 28. The cost is $65 for Parker residents and $72 for non-residents. … more
Kiwanis Club of Castle Rock is beginning its talent search of all Douglas County schools for the 11th Annual Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow talent contest. Applications and details can be found at www.kiwanisatcastlerock.org. Applications and a $10 … more
As predictable as five extra pounds or an empty wallet after the holidays, there is another annual downer Parker residents can expect. The first day of January usually means an increase in water rates, and 2015 is shaping up to be no different. … more
The days surrounding Halloween kept the Parker police busy as they made several DUI arrests and responded to an auto-pedestrian accident that led to the death of a California man. Kevin Alan Moore, 52, of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., died of … more
Denver may be home to more than 600,000 people, but add the surrounding cities and counties, and the Denver metro area is expected to collectively grow to 3 million people. In fact, it may have already happened, a milestone that firmly places the … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation is performing restoration activities on two bridges at the C-470 and I-25 interchange, which will require the full closure of a heavily-used overpass this weekend. In conjunction with the work, motorists … more
One word summed up the mood at a Nov. 5 Capitol victory rally for Gov. John Hickenlooper. "Phew," the governor said while making a motion with his hand as if to wipe away sweat. After a … more
Jefferson County voters opted for consistency, electing to keep incumbent board member Jane Goff on the State Board of Education, Nov. 4. “I am pleased with the turnout,” Goff said. “I think … more
As was the trend in other races, Colorado voters chose Republican candidates to represent them in three state offices. A look at the races, with results current as of 11 p.m. Nov. 4: Attorney … more
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