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Police seek suspected art thief

The Parker Police Department are still seeking for a suspected art thief who stole a piece of art from the Schoolhouse May 29 at around 4:40 p.m. more

Parker man guilty of 36 felonies in child-porn case

A Parker man was found guilty May 10 of 36 felonies related to possessing child pornography, according to a release sent from the 18th Judicial District. John Arthur Murray, 36, amassed more than 400 … more

Parker Days ready for early June revelry

School is out, summer looms and Parker Days is just around the corner. The 43rd annual carnival/music fest/beer fest/outdoor exposition will fill downtown Parker for four days starting June 6. Parker … more

Chap grads challenged to ’make it count’

Chaparral High School held its Class of 2019 graduation ceremony at EchoPark Automotive Stadium in Parker May 22. more

Lions roar to win dual state track titles

Track and field is a popular and successful sport at Lutheran High school. The Lions won both the girls and boys Class 3A state titles at the CHSAA State Track Championships which were held May 16-18 … more

Parker father guilty of 36 counts of possessing child pornography

A Parker man was found guilty May 10 of 36 felonies related to possessing child pornography, according to a release sent from the 18th Judicial District. more

Former Merryhill worker gets probation for child abuse

A former Merryhill School worker in Parker was sentenced to 18 months of probation for misdemeanor child abuse May 13. Brenda Woodard, 47, pleaded guilty to negligent child abuse April 30 for using a … more

Term-limit changes to be decided by voters

The Parker Town Council at its May 7 meeting agreed to place a question on this fall's ballot asking whether to extend the term limits of elected officials to four terms, effective immediately … more

My Name is… James Green

About me I'm James Green and I moved from England to Minnesota in 1999 after meeting my wife there on a work exchange. We've been in Colorado since 2005 and moved from Highlands Ranch to Parker three … more

Owner of Coffee Cabin lives for his 'favorite customers'

The first thing someone might see driving past the intersection of Ponderosa Drive and Parker Road is the word “PRAY” in all capital letters, on the side of a repurposed shipping container. The … more

Police search for police impersonator in Parker

Parker Police are searching for a man they believe to have impersonated a police officer on the morning of May 5. more

Nurturing love for nature

Students at Parker Core Knowledge celebrated Earth Day by learning how fields in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) can provide a critical service to the environment. Led by associates … more

A mile for every loved one

Months before the Boston Marathon, Lindsey Bentley did not think she would be at the starting line. She and her close friend Sarah Hill Cottle both qualified for the race and had planned this trip … more

Car collides into Parker apartment complex, no injuries reported

Parker Police responded to a call of a car that collided with the external stairwell of a Parker apartment complex on the afternoon of April 23. more

Parker Chess Club makes solid moves

Nearing 9 p.m. at Douglas County Libraries' Parker branch on April 18, some faint shouting could be heard coming from a conference room on the second floor. As the library announced it was closed, a … more

What to know about this year's ballot questions

Parker Town Council approved an ordinance for seven of eight ballot measures to be voted on by Parker residents during the Nov. 9 special election. The eighth ballot question, to extend the term … more

Prairie dog activists get support from two councilmembers

A group of prairie dog activists has found support from two members of the Parker Town Council following the April 15 council meeting, in which several members spoke during public comment advocating … more

What's next for public transit in Parker?

On any given weekday, Parker residents who rely on the "P" route bus to downtown Denver from the Jordan Park-N-Ride station can expect to wait. The Jordan station is well-known for its crowded … more

Victims' Rights awards honor past, create hope for future

In 1999, Rebecca Bartee, 41, was murdered at her apartment on South Dayton Street in Centennial. Eighteen years later, a 71-year-old man was charged with her murder but died before a trial date could … more

Youth JIVE job expo coming April 13

The Parker Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host its annual Free Summer Youth Job, Internship and Volunteer Expo (JIVE) April 13 at Colorado Early Colleges in Parker. The event features more … more
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