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Longtime Congressman Ed Perlmutter was met with blue skies, a warm sun and about 200 supporters in south Golden as he officially announced his race to become Colorado's next governor. Perlmutter's … more
State lawmakers are pushing to get a sales tax increase in front of voters this November to fund transportation infrastructure improvements. But while House Bill 17-1242 has widespread support among Democrats, who ensured its passage in the House, … more
1. Parker Heights plot annexed, rezoned A small plot adjacent to the property on the southeast corner of Parker Road and Lincoln Avenue was annexed and rezoned as a modified commercial district to allow for drainage and an additional, … more
The Douglas County School District is moving forward with plans to educate the community about its financial needs, which include hundreds of millions of dollars in capital improvements. The goal is to get a pair of questions requesting more tax … more
Parker Pals started meeting nearly 20 years ago to offer people with multiple sclerosis a chance to share their experiences and give each other support. Just don’t call them a “support group.” “A support group is led by a professional … more
George Brauchler is seeking to trade his 18th Judicial District Attorney's office for one in the state Capitol. Brauchler, a Republican, is campaigning to replace term-limited Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in the 2018 election. more
In an effort to promote a cooperative and comprehensive development plan for the downtown area, Parker’s community development department has begun a process to select a master developer — and it wants the public to weigh in. “It’s about … more
After a nine-month study, the Community Development Department will be implementing parking changes in downtown Parker. Planning Manager Bryce Matthews said town staff became aware of public interest in the parking situation during outreach for … more
A new Colorado Parks and Wildlife program recently awarded two grants totaling more than $10,000 to the town of Elizabeth and the Parker Task Force for programs to manage the deer population and help low-income families enjoy the outdoors. A bow … more
From photographs to sculptures to jewelry, handmade pieces of student artwork filled the Hilton Garden Inn in Highlands Ranch for the annual Douglas County Art Show March 31 through April 3. Students from every school in the district were invited … more
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