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Planning during tax law changes

Most Americans just filed their 2019 taxes in October and here we are again at tax time. By the time we file this year, one-fourth of the year is gone and some opportunities along with it. This is … more

Colorado to open bars in many counties, start rolling back COVID dial system

After six months living under the state's “dial” system of restrictions, Coloradans will soon see individual counties making the calls on what coronavirus precautions to enforce. On … more

Coloradans 50-plus, more frontline workers up for vaccine

As vaccination efforts ramp up in Colorado, state officials expect to open eligibility to the general public sometime in April. The latest batch of age groups and industries to reach priority is … more

Valor retains hockey title in 5A

George Gwozdecky has been coaching hockey for over 40 years including the past six at Valor Christian. He knows what it takes to win a game. On March 18 at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, … more

Elizabeth students get taste of life in trades

Students from Elizabeth High School left the classroom behind March 10 and traveled to the Independence community, where they learned about the many career opportunities in trade industries such as … more

Parker Senior Center gathering shoes for donation

In an effort to fund raise for their programs while also helping impoverished people in developing countries, the Parker Senior Center has set up a shoe donation drive throughout the town. The senior … more

Traffic expected to increase on Crowfoot Valley Road

Crowfoot Valley Road is a unique stretch of asphalt. The 5.5-mile roadway serves as a connection point between Castle Rock and Parker, falls under the jurisdiction of three municipalities, and, with … more

Douglas County commissioners choose new board of health member

Douglas County has a new board of health member after the county commissioners made the appointment final during a March 9 meeting. Dr. Linda Fielding, a radiologist and associate professor at the … more

Colorado's child abuse and neglect hotline: 5 things to know

Colorado saw a decline in calls to its child abuse and neglect hotline in 2020 amid changing lifestyles in the pandemic, a trend that state officials say is concerning for children safety. "Usually, … more

CCM Pizza Madness Tourney 2021

Aside from perhaps coffee, there isn't another food item on earth so near and dear to a reporter's heart than pizza. It is the traditional newsroom food of Election Night. Picking up a slice is cheap … more

Colorado again loosens limits on COVID dial of restrictions

As two Denver metro counties watched their rates of new coronavirus cases hover in territory that could roll back their success in reopening, the state public-health department announced changes to … more

ACLU files lawsuit against Douglas County School District, sheriff's office

The America Civil Liberties Union of Colorado and a Douglas County mother are suing the Douglas County School District, Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock and three school resource officers for a … more

Mayor talks past year, future plans for Parker in State of Town address

Mayor Jeff Toborg spoke about how the town has dealt with the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic along with his and the town council's goals for the coming year in his annual address to the … more

Fake news topic of Sunshine Week discussion

For Sunshine Week 2021, you can join the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition March 18 for a lively and timely online discussion, “Truth Be Told: The Proliferation of Online Misinformation and … more

Plan to leave RTD has support, but likely pushed to next legislative session

While the Town of Parker may have some legislative support needed to start a process of leaving RTD, it's unlikely a bill needed to initiate the action will be introduced this legislative session. … more

Douglas County Schools look to sell land at Toepfer Park

Douglas County School District's plan to sell donated land in Highlands Ranch faces questions and concerns. The school district requested that Douglas County turn over the deed to the 10-acre … more

COVID-19 can lead to parenting disputes

As opinions abound on COVID-19, disagreements about how to handle the pandemic have made their way into the world of family law. Leslie Hansen of Griffiths Law, PC has worked in family law for 20 … more

Parker’s new economic development director talks through plans

Bo Martinez is hoping to create a big, bold vision for the Town of Parker’s future. From ideas for helping small businesses to potential new developments, the town’s new economic development … more

Grocery workers, Coloradans 60-plus now up for vaccine

In another fragmentation of Colorado's long priority list for receiving a coronavirus vaccine, the state officially moved Coloradans ages 60 to 64 closer to the front of the line and placed grocery … more

Many Denver metro area businesses now in level blue under 5-Star rules

Colorado's arrival at the milestone of getting COVID-19 vaccine shots to 70% of people ages 70 and older opened the door for some businesses in Denver metro counties to open up to larger crowds. … more
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