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Parker mayor covers growth, roads, finances in State of Town speech

Parker Mayor Jeff Toborg spoke about highlights from the past year and expectations for 2022 during the first in-person State of the Town speech since the COVID-19 pandemic. “The state of … more

Commissioners will release legal memo with decision on water proposal

Following an hour-long closed-door meeting with their legal counsel, the Douglas County commissioners decided they will release a redacted version of two legal memos regarding a controversial water … more

Douglas County Health Department moving forward on facility, services, staff

The Douglas County Health Department is on its way to providing services, having a facility and hiring staff as the agency prepares to fully separate from Tri-County Health Department later this … more

Commissioners plan to release memo regarding San Luis Valley water project

The Douglas County commissioners plan to release a redacted version of a legal memo prepared for them regarding a hotly debated water proposal later this week. During a Monday work session, the … more

Parker Trader Joe’s opens its doors

Dozens of customers lined up down the sidewalk of Trader Joe’s May 6 as the store cut its ribbon and allowed hungry Parkerites inside for the very first time. As the lei-wearing customers … more

It’s happening: Trader Joe’s in Parker opens next week

The highly anticipated Trader Joe’s grocery store in Parker has officially set its opening date as May 6, according to a news release from the organization. The store, located in north … more

Douglas County commissioners again remove Lora Thomas as chair 

Douglas County Commissioner Lora Thomas has been removed from her position as leader of the board for the second time almost exactly one year after it happened initially. more

Parker council approves new, interactive budget

Parker residents interested in learning more about where the town’s money goes now have a new tool: an interactive budget complete with videos, links, photos and maps. The town’s $129 … more

DougCo mask exemption health order temporarily paused by judge

Douglas County’s public health order requiring all entities to allow exemptions to mask mandates has been temporarily paused by a judge, according to a March 4 order. District Court Judge … more

Douglas County, Lone Tree begin recording more public meetings

Douglas County and Lone Tree residents who can’t attend certain public meetings in person will now be able to listen anytime after both entities expanded their public access following questions … more

Parker police make arrest in shooting that killed one, injured another

The Parker Police Department has made an arrest following a deadly shooting at the Stone Canyon Apartments on Cottonwood Drive yesterday evening. Cameron Dial, 27, was brought in on charges of … more

Colorado Secretary of State’s office concludes investigation into Douglas County clerk

The Secretary of State’s office announced Thursday it has completed its investigation into Douglas County Clerk and Recorder Merlin Klotz and found there is no threat to the local election … more

UPDATE: Suspect in DougCo double homicide found in Kansas

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to keep an eye out for a man who they say was seen carrying a gun at the scene of a double homicide in southeast Douglas County. more

'Cars kept coming' - Parker resident holds donation drive for fire victims

When Parker resident Rob Nelson stepped outside of Cabela's in Lone Tree on Dec. 30, he saw smoke rising from the north. It was the growing Marshall Fire in Boulder County, which proceeded to destroy … more

Local restaurateurs bring their homeland’s food to Denver

Sometimes when customers enter Cafe Jordano, a longstanding Italian restaurant in Lakewood, they inquire about the lack of romantic music and quiet ambiance. Owner Elisa Heitman, who was born and … more

'We used to never have anything like this': In Douglas County, signs of homelessness are on the rise

County leaders differ on what's behind the problem and what to do about it. more
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