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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

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

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

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

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

Officials look toward past and future of Schweiger Ranch

Elizabeth Matthews grew up in Parker and remembers when there wasn't much in the way of living history in Douglas County. “If we ever wanted to visit a historic site it was the Littleton History … more

Jazz bar set to open in Parker

The feeling hasn't quite hit Dale Trujillo yet. The Blu Note, a jazz bar, will open Nov. 15, a culmination of years of hard work to bring something different to the Parker night scene. At a private … more

Excise tax hike passes, clerical change fails in Parker election

Early the morning after the Nov. 5 election, it appeared that all but one of Parker’s 10 town-specific ballot questions had passed. more

Parker budget steady, marginal growth in tax revenue foreseen

Parker in 2020 will look a lot like Parker in 2019, or at least it's budgeted that way. The town's proposed budget for next year shows marginal growth in tax revenue, but town officials are expecting … more

Parker closes door on short-term rentals

Parker Town Council approved an ordinance defining tourist homes in Parker at its Oct. 21 meeting, in keeping with several Denver-area municipalities that have passed similar ordinances to combat the … more

My Name is … Kris Schnell

About me I'm originally from Oregon City, Oregon. After graduating high school there, I joined the U.S. Navy where I was a Seabee and I was an engineer's assistant in the Navy. Then I moved to … more

Deputies arrest suspect in Halloween burglary

A male teenager was arrested Nov. 1 on suspicion of burglary and attempting to ram into a Parker police car on Halloween night. The 14-year-old led authorities on a pursuit from Crowfoot Valley Road … more

Traffic-counting technology to ease major jams

Parker is implementing new equipment to count the number of vehicles traveling along Parker Road throughout the day to manage traffic flow during unique circumstances. The town entered into a … more

Finding our fears: Why people seek to be scared and what they’re really afraid of

Greg Reinke is in the business of scary, but he doesn’t always want to make you afraid. Clad in a black leather jacket on Oct. 11 at his Littleton costume shop, Reinke Bros., he divulged his secrets … more

Parker chili cook-off 'A labor of love'

The key to a good chili starts with a village, said Michael Strauss. Strauss' chili won top honors for Best Red Chili and Most Creative Chili at the second annual Chili Cook-Off hosted by the … more

For Parker man, 'the culmination of a journey'

Christian Redman was known as a man who brought people together. His band of brothers knew him as a man who would offer his right arm if needed, a man who would give you the shirt off his back … more

H2O'Brien Pool makes way for Barker Days

Owen Whisker's 1-year-old German Shepherd Ash was a little skittish of the water at first. Trying to find ways to retrieve tennis balls from the edge of the H2O'Brien Pool Sept. 7, Ash found himself … more

Noise ordinance follows Tailgate complaints

Parker Town Council approved changes to the town's noise ordinance to allow for commercial businesses to use outdoor loudspeakers and public address systems between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. … more
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