Keyword: Tom Skelley
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A fast-moving brush fire on the Cherry Creek Trail in Parker consumed 14.1 acres on April 13, less than 24 hours after another fire scorched a 1.3-acre patch of land on the same trail. Both fires were deemed “suspicious” and “human … more
Rising home equity and decreasing property tax rates sound like a win-win for Colorado homeowners. But Douglas County Assessor Lisa Frizell warns there is a downside. “It’s kind of a nice thing because our taxes won’t increase,” she said. … more
Spring is a time of renewal, but for the Hilltop Preservation and Social Cub and patrons of their annual fundraising art fair, it’s a time for preservation. For the fifth year the club and Parker’s United Church of Christ will host the … more
When Kirby Fisher moved to Parker two years ago, he was afraid he would have to give up a sport he discovered in Michigan. A sport he spent three years learning, playing, and loving. “I came here and found out the city had all this great … more
Each spring, warm temperatures and an abundance of sunshine beckon Coloradans out of the house. Whether starting a workout regimen from scratch or just trying to get back to their pre-winter form, Dr. Kathy Vidlock of Colorado Orthopaedics in Lone … 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
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
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
Fundraising fun runs are nothing new, as participants in events like Muckfest and “Tough Mudder” competitions can attest. Obstacle courses are designed to test runners' endurance and athleticism, usually involving a lot of dirt and sweat. On … more
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