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Watercolorist to share techniques in figure painting

Watercolorist/teacher Don Andrews will be in Littleton March 8 and 9 for a workshop on painting the figure, offered by the Heritage Fine Arts Guild at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe … more

New Orleans coming to life in area art crawl

First Friday events have become a fairly routine way for art galleries and art districts to highlight the work being done by local creatives. These events are certainly something Lakewood’s 40 West … more

Gallery exhibit offers warm welcome in cold season

The newest Littleton Fine Arts Guild exhibit is “Fancy That!” at the Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers Ave. in Littleton. Jennifer Rifenberg’s abstracted painting of cows won first place and … more

Six-inch gas line break shuts down part of Parker Road temporarily

South Metro Fire Rescue and the Parker Police Department responded to a six-inch natural gas line break on the northeast corner of Parker Road and Pine Lane on the afternoon of Feb. 12. more

Parker Adventist marks 15 years with donation to schools

Parker Adventist Hospital celebrated its 15-year anniversary Jan. 31 by donating money to three area schools. At a special events room at the hospital, three checks worth $1,500 were handed out to … more

Parker police short 10 officers for several months

Parker police officers are stretched thin until October, lacking in 10 officer positions, according to police department officials. The department has two positions vacant positions. Six officers are … more

'Make every moment count'

Jordyn Kaplan does just about everything on the Chaparral girls swim team. Kaplan, the captain of the team, is also the de facto carpool chaeufer and runs the team's Twitter accounts. The senior sets … more

Four things to look forward to in Parker this year

The term “growth” evolved as the centerpiece of discussion surrounding Parker in 2018, due to the town's continuing surge in population. Whether or not Parker should be part of the growth … more

Parker's Twin House didn’t meet criteria to be saved

For nearly 50 years, the Twin Houses of Parker stood apart on opposite ends of town. The once-identical buildings used to be a place where people sick with tuberculosis went to be cured by the … more

Merryhill Preschool in Parker to shut down following violations

The Merryhill Preschool in Parker will be forced to close Jan. 4 after the Colorado Department of Human Services denied the school's renewal request based on a series of violations and a finding of … more

My name is … Marko Copic

About me I'm Marko, owner and winemaker at Purgatory Cellars Winery. I have a beautiful wife and two wonderful children. We moved to Denver and started a business in Parker when we came from Croatia … more

Attempted bank robbery puts schools on brief lockout

Chaparral High School and the neighboring Arapahoe Community College campus in Parker were on a brief lockout after a reported attempted bank robbery occurred at the nearby Champion Bank, 16790 … more

Christmas Market brings old town feel

Craig Hart walked around downtown Parker Dec. 1 donning a long, black coat and a top hat, ringing a hand bell with one hand and greeting bystanders with a warm smile and hello. His bell echoed … more

Police seek help in identifying suspect in attempted kidnapping

The Parker Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a sketch of an individual from a suspicious occurrence. At about 3 p.m. Oct. 21, a girl riding her bike in the 11200 block … more

Art gallery becomes a market for holiday gifts

A new sort of exhibit in Town Hall Arts Center’s Stanton Gallery in Littleton is called “Merry at the Market.” Co-curator Moira Casey has collected smaller artworks by nine artists, which she … more

Distinctive painter offers watercolor workshop

Painter Robert Gray, a longtime Highlands Ranch resident who had a Littleton gallery on Alamo Street at one time, is known for his bright colors and bold strokes, as he works in watercolors. He will … more

Carriage rides roll out for Christmas Market

The Parker Chamber of Commerce is hosting its inaugural Parker Christmas Market Nov. 30, an event that will feature annual horse-drawn carriage rides. The rides were cut from the town's budget in … more

Lutheran captures 3A volleyball crown

Lutheran was the top-seeded team in the Class 3A state volleyball tournament Nov. 8-10 at the Denver Coliseum, but the Lions had one big hurdle to overcome. That hurdle was Eaton, the five-time … more

Maternal depression: ‘When you feel connected, it changes everything'

Lissa Miller, 31, has a history of mild depression and anxiety — the conditions run in her family. She used to manage her symptoms with exercise and meditation. But two years ago, soon after Miller … more

Titans again take title

Legend won its second straight Class 5A softball championship, but it wasn't easy. The Titans polished off top-seeded and 2016 state champ Cherokee Trail, 8-4, in the state title game on Oct. 20 at … more
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