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Parker woman is ‘Face’ of medical nonprofit

If you ask Parker resident Maddie Teagarden what happened to her legs, and why she’s in a wheelchair, you might get the answer “shark attack.” The good-natured 20-year-old, who had both of her … more

Owners of trash transfer/recycling facility file motion to stop lawsuit

The owners of Mountain Waste and Recycling, whose plans to build a recycling/trash transfer facility in the Compark Industrial area have been met with resistance by Parker officials, have filed a … more

Hotel standoff ends peacefully in Lone Tree, suspect arrested

The TownePlace Suites by Marriott on Cabela's Drive was evacuated Wednesday night, after a man barricaded himself in his hotel room, telling police officers he was armed and suicidal, according to a … more

Incident ends peacefully after Parker residents put on alert

Parker residents near the 2000 block of Summerset Court received Code Red notifications from the Parker Police Department around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night, warning them to take shelter, remain inside … more

Parker trash-facility lawsuit brings mixed feelings

The recent decision by the Town of Parker to file a lawsuit against Douglas County in an effort to stop a proposed recycling/trash-transfer facility from being built on county land bordering the … more

Wheelers for the Wounded comes through for veterans

Veteran Morgan Huston served as a staff sergeant in the Air Force, and was deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo. The physical demands of his service caught up with him after he was discharged in … more

Horsing around in Parker

Warm temperatures and clear skies may have left Parker residents wondering if the holiday season really was approaching, as they lined the sidewalks of downtown Mainstreet for the town's annual … more

Stroh Ranch residents voice opposition to 'affordable' apartments

Residents of the Stroh Ranch community are not backing down in their attempt to get the Parker Planning Commission to deny the proposed development of a 204-unit, affordable-housing apartment complex … more

I-25 'Gap' project gaining momentum

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner recently attended a briefing with the I-25 Gap Coalition to discuss the progress of accelerating improvements along the stretch of road. “Our highways look like they did in … more

Task force seeks turkey-dinner donations

The Parker Task Force food bank is asking the community to help provide complete Thanksgiving meals to families in need this holiday season. Typically, the food bank feeds more than 200 families, or about 993 individuals, from Thanksgiving … more

Harvie Open Space in Parker will have trails and benches to enjoy view

Parker resident Evelyn Poulo wondered if the new Harvie Open Space would have a fire pit and a bench to enjoy the view. The answer to the first was no: Town regulations prohibit fire pits in parks. But benches and trailside seating, including … more

Five Chaparral friends earn Eagle Scout rank

Chaparral High School students and friends Mason Jensen, Jake Dedrickson, Cooper Findlay, Jenson Zaugg and William Ridge have spent years in school together, some as early as elementary school, participating in extracurricular activities, attending … more

Bolstered by community, Legend marching band third at state

Despite a tough week leading up to the state marching band competition, the Legend High School Titans rose to the occasion and placed third in the 5A state competition at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs. Less than a week before the … more

Judge denies motion to dismiss South Metro Fire's lawsuit against Parker's urban renewal authority

A district court judge in Douglas County has denied a motion filed by Parker's urban renewal authority to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it by South Metro Fire Rescue. South Metro filed the … more

Rocky Heights students roll out magical meal

Nearly 150 parents and community members attended Rocky Heights Middle School’s first annual Farm to Table dinner event Oct. 19, to savor flavors created by students of Julie Olsen’s culinary arts class. Students at the school were directed … more
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