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Ballot will hold questions for Parker voters

Proposed changes to term limits for Parker elected officials — and other administrative matters — will be on this year's ballot for Parker voters. Parker voters will have nine questions on this … 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

A look at cycling in Parker

Cycling through Parker can be tricky, but that's why most residents in town stick to designated trails and bike paths. Most bicycle enthusiasts in the town frequent the local trails. Parker maintains … more

Artists collaborate on pieces in show

“Meyerose and Smith: Collaborations” will run Aug. 30 to Oct. 30 at the PACE Center’s gallery at 20000 Pikes Peak Ave. in Parker. It features 12 collaborative paintings by Jennifer Meyerose and … more

Lemonade entrepreneurs earn while they learn

Brothers Blaise and Jarrett Snavely, 9 and 11, know how to turn a profit. The two are constantly coming up with ways to earn a buck, or, in this case, a couple quarters. On a sunny Saturday morning, … more

Classic funk rockers coming to outdoor show

War, a longtime funk rock band, will perform at Hudson Gardens, 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 25. Founding member/frontman Lonnie Jordan will be performing with the band. … more

Town moves closer to selling Pine Curve

Parker Town Council approved a processing and sales agreement for the 24-acre Pine Curve property at its Aug. 19 council meeting, yet the fate of the property is still in question. The 24-acre lot at … more

My Name is … Leah Ryan

I am a Colorado native. I grew up in Aurora and Denver and have lived in the Parker area since 2003 with my significant other (Nick). We live pretty rurally, which is fun. I like the peace and quiet to go home after being crazy busy all day every day. I work full time, run a blog, networking socials and have had a hobby of throwing fun vendor-centric events on the side since 2007. more

Parker Chamber CEO leaves to lead Metro North group

Dennis Houston, the president and CEO of the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce for the past six years, announced he will be resigning from his post in Parker to helm the Metro North Chamber of … more

'Ghost bike' memorializes Parker cyclist

A white bike now stands at the site on Pine Drive where Edward “Chuck” Vogel, 62, was struck and killed by a driver the morning of July 4. It's garnished with flowers from loved ones and a plaque … more

RidgeGate Parkway: the road to the future

The frequent traffic backups along RidgeGate Parkway are something to be expected these days. With just two lanes — one in each direction — for through traffic, backups can reach half a mile from … more

Details emerge in fatal Parker stabbing

The Lakewood man who allegedly killed another man in Parker Aug. 4 reportedly stabbed the man once in the middle of a fist fight over the victim’s girlfriend. more

Pine Curve sale plan may be diverted by vote

The Pine Curve property in Parker is in the beginning stages of being sold to a developer, but it may not be until mid-winter until the fate of the land is decided. The citizens committee to preserve … more

Teen police academy draws young cadets

The Parker Police Department held its first civic academy for teenagers July 22-25 in hopes of giving young people a better understanding of how law enforcement works. The youths, from ages 13 to 19, … more

Police make arrest in deadly fight in Parker

Parker police arrested a man in connection to the Aug. 4 fight that killed one man. more

A sneak peek of the Harvie Open Space

Just off East Mainstreet and Canterberry Parkway, the Harvie Open Space sits almost completely untouched and preserved with more than 71 acres of Colorado grassland at the heart of Parker. The former … more

'Cutthroat Kitchen' winner hired by Laszlo Hotel

A former "Cutthroat Kitchen" champion and local private chef has been hired as the Laszlo Hotel's executive chef in charge of its three restaurants. Leah Eveleigh, of Highlands Ranch, will oversee … more

Something in the water - Parker lifeguards win challenge as top in state

Painted on a yellow lifeguard backboard is the image of a three-headed hydra, each head with a familiar face — Jackie Frohne, Hannah Quaney and Bryan Gentilini, three lead staff members at the … more

Meet Parker's 'Cookie Dough Queen'

Melissa Grosboll is known to some as the “Cookie Dough Queen.” People have known Grosboll to serve them a sample cup of raw cookie dough and a spoon at the Parker Farmer's Market. Her Dough … more
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