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Día del Niño takes place virtually througout April

Throughout April, a number of local cultural institutions will be hosting Día del Niño: Celebrating All Children events. The events — some virtual, some in-person — are being offered as a … more

Town begins search for Parker Planning Commissioners

The Town of Parker is looking for qualified candidates interested in land-use and development to apply for openings becoming available soon on the Parker Planning Commission. After the current terms … more

Town council candidates talk goals in chamber forum

Town council candidates for the upcoming special election in Parker had an opportunity to introduce themselves and their platforms during a March 25 forum hosted by the Parker Chamber of Commerce. … more

Douglas County leaders respond to shooting in Boulder

After the horrific mass shooting in Boulder last week, Douglas County leaders are offering messages of hope and healing to the community. The March 22 shooting, which left 10 people dead, including a … more

Climb4Change to change lives

Calling all outdoor enthusiasts and fitness buffs looking to change things up. This spring, changing your workout could change someone's life at the Climb4Change event Saturday, May 22. Climb4Change … more

Six-story, multi-use building proposed downtown

Downtown growth continues in Castle Rock, as a mixed-use building, The View, is being proposed on the corner of Sixth and Jerry streets. The town's Design Review Board approved the site development … more

Dads of Castle Rock save horse in snowstorm

As the fourth worst snowstorm in the Denver metro's history made its way into Castle Rock last month, a group of dads were called to help save a 20-year-old horse. A group known as Dads of Castle … more

Nekter Juice Bar opens in Castle Rock

Castle Rock residents have a new establishment for healthy treats with the opening of the Nekter Juice Bar at 625 Trail Boss Drive in Castle Rock. Owner Nick Green, who has opened four locations in … more

'Angels' bring love to seniors in long-term lockdown

Don Shattuck hugged his wife for the first time in a year last month. Shattuck, 78, visits his wife Peggy Shattuck, 76, as often as he can. Peggy, who has endured cognitive decline in recent years, … more

BOLDERBoulder run to be held in various locations, including Douglas County

Participants of the 2021 BOLDERBoulder 10k scheduled Memorial Day Weekend will have the chance to choose between six locations this year, including one route in Douglas County. Organizers of the … more

High school, college students reflect on a year of COVID

During the year of COVID, elementary school students may remember it as the year they did not go to school and spent a lot of time at home. However, for high school and college students, it will be a … more

Q & A: Shannon Watts

In the wake of the March 22 shooting in Boulder, the Arvada Press' Ryan Dunn spoke to gun safety activist Shannon Watts about the state of firearm legislation in Colorado The shooting in Boulder on … more

Colorado 'dial 3.0' makes big step toward reopening, moves many counties to green

In Colorado's largest step toward reopening since the statewide stay-at-home order ended, the state saw nearly half of its counties move to the lowest level on the state's “dial” system of … more

Boulder mass shooting suspect will face additional charges, have mental health status check

Ahmad Alissa, the suspect in the March 22 mass shooting at a King Soopers in Boulder, appeared in court on March 25 for an Appearance on Arrest Warrant for the first time since the incident. He will … more

Proposed RTD service changes include reinstating Parker Bus line

Parker may soon see one of its transit services return after the Regional Transportation District included the route in a list of proposed changes for June. Route 483 runs between the Lincoln Light … more

Douglas County School Board approves first-ever equity policy

The Douglas County School Board has adopted its first-ever equity policy. Directors passed the policy on March 23 after making minor adjustments from first reading, including the removal of a line … more

Water provider garners engineering award

A water provider for Northwest Douglas County has been recognized by a statewide organization for excellence in engineering, according to a news release. Dominion Water & Sanitation District — … more

Douglas County Schools’ proposed equity policy sparks ire, hope

When the Douglas County School Board debuted a proposed policy in February focused on equity in education — a first of its kind for Colorado’s third-largest school district — directors asked … more

Head of Tri-County on one year of COVID-19

If there’s one word to describe the past year for Dr. John Douglas, it’s “relentless.” As the director of the state’s largest public health department, Douglas has endured a nearly-endless … more

Moms take on challenges, set priorities on self-care

As schools transitioned to online learning due to the pandemic last March, adults in many households had to make tough choices quickly. They had to decide who would stay home with the children. Who … more
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