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Miller pulls Pine Curve offer, property back up for sale

UDC Miller, the company interested in buying the Pine Curve property in downtown Parker, has terminated its purchase and sale agreement with the town, effectively ending its negotiations to buy the property. The property is back on the market. more

The smell of the season at Benchmark

There are quite a few different approaches to take when it comes to Christmas plays, and Lakewood’s Benchmark Theatre decided to embrace the warmth and humor of the season with its regional … more

O'Brien Park playground equipment to be updated

Kids and parents will have a say in what the future of O'Brien Park's playground will look like, and the Town of Parker is encouraging as many people as possible to provide feedback for the downtown … more

South metro area law enforcement agencies blocking radio traffic

As of the early morning hours on Dec. 2, Douglas County law enforcement radios faded from public access. Channels once available for anyone to hear now broadcast a stream of garbled talk and … more

Parker police receive misdirected 911 call from Colorado Springs shooting

Parker police responded to a 911 call at the Cottonwood King Soopers that originated from El Paso County and was intended for a local King Soopers in Colorado Springs, according to officials. Josh … more

Used books provide spine to get through winter blahs

Mark the calendar for Dec. 7 (9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) and 8 (noon to 5 p.m.) when Koelbel Library’s Used Book Sale will offer possible gifts for many folks on your holiday list — as well as a stock … more

Parker Tap House to buy Schoolhouse Gym property

The owners of Parker Tap House are near finalizing a purchase and sale agreement for the Schoolhouse Gym property to begin construction of its two-story restaurant and sports bar. The applicant to … more

A guide to the holidays in Parker

This year will be the last time Mayor Mike Waid will emcee the Christmas Carriage Parade as mayor. The mayor of seven years and Parker resident of 19 years said he’ll miss being the voice of one of … more

What I’m thankful for: South metro residents sound off on what's really important this season

“I’m thankful for my family and the support they give to each other through my parents and siblings.” — Jason Ahbe, seniorengineering program manager, Greenwood Village “I’m alive. I’m … more

Lone Tree council approves In-N-Out Burger

Executives for In-N-Out Burger aim to open both of its first Colorado locations on the same day — they just won't say when exactly. On Nov. 19, Aaron Anderson, project manager for In-N-Out Burger, … more

Mass crash closes four lanes on I-25

A mass car crash has left northbound I-25 jammed just south of the RidgeGate Parkway interchange. more

Legend and Chaparral high schools compete: 'Anything we can give... is a success to us'

Chaparral and Legend high schools compete in many things — sports, academics, spirit. The two 5A high schools in Parker are crosstown rivals that never shy from a chance to prove which school tops … more

My Name is… Christina Guertin

About me I am a Realtor for Barrington Group Real Estate located on Mainstreet. I live in the Canterberry community and I have a … more

Arapahoe County completes 17 Mile barn preservation

Arapahoe County Open Spaces has finished a seven-month project designed to stabilize and preserve the historic 17 Mile House barn. History Colorado provided a $200,000 grant from the State Historical … more

Q&A: What is the South Metro Denver Realtor Association?

When a local real estate organization chose its new home, it was — of course — all about location. “Being in Centennial makes things easier for many of our Realtor members when they are out … more

Chaparral captures volleyball crown

Chaparral collected one more victory than last year in the state volleyball tournament, but Valor Christian and Lutheran couldn't duplicate their finishes from the 2018 tournament. The three-day, … more

Officers suspect aggressive deer was raised by people

A deer that attacked a Franktown man Nov. 13 is suspected to have been raised by people, according to a news release from Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The 56-year-old man was treated at a local … more

Looking back is worth looking forward to

With the day ahead and 24 topics to choose from, it was hard for a still-sleepy history buff to get in gear on the morning of Nov. 2 as the 2019 History Camp Colorado kicked off at 9 a.m. at Arapahoe … more

School for the Blind students join forces with others for exhibit

Arapahoe Community College art students combine talents with artists from Colorado School for the Blind, located in Littleton, for an exhibit that runs through Nov. 19 at the college’s Colorado … more

Southeast Community Outreach Cares opens new home

To Dennis Gorton, one of the most impressive things about the new building for Parker's Southeast Community Outreach Cares (SECORCares or SECOR) is the design of its free food market. “There aren't … more
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