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Good weather and good times were on the calendar from June 8 to June 11 as the town of Parker hosted tens of thousands of patrons for the annual Parker Days festival. This year's event featured more vendors, more entertainers and wider … more
A citywide effort to review how rapid gentrification is changing Denver’s public schools — and come up with ideas to combat the most pernicious effects — kicked off in early June. City and school district officials shared the podium at a … more
South Metro Fire Rescue has filed a lawsuit against the Parker Authority for Reinvestment, alleging the urban renewal authority illegally diverted taxpayer funds to reimburse private investors and … more
Tourism is a major industry in Colorado, with nearly 78 million visitors spending $19.1 billion in 2015, according to the Colorado Tourism Office. In the summer, outdoor recreation opportunities draw tourists by the thousands to locations … more
Upon entering the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo at Casey Jones Park, it was easy to see why the Stampede is considered one of the best family-friendly Colorado events of the summer. On June 3, visitors were greeted with bouncy houses — $5 for an … more
For the past nine years, youth from Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center in Golden have cleaned up the Golden Cemetery, 755 Ulysses St., in preparation for Memorial Day weekend visitors. This year, 12 youth worked seven-hour days at the … more
A former Parker town administrator who resigned last month has been appointed acting deputy city manager for Littleton. Randy Young will begin his role in Littleton on June 12. Young replaces Mike Braaten, who resigned last month to accept the … more
Dalton Levine’s time on earth was short, but his parents want to make sure his life’s work extends well into the future. “We’ll keep focusing on what Dalton would have done himself,” Dalton’s father, Gary, said. “He wouldn’t have … more
After looking at homes throughout Douglas County, Jessica Crawley and her family moved in 2016 into a townhome off RidgeGate Parkway in Lone Tree. “We like the location,” Crawley said. “There are a lot of parks and we just had a baby. We … more
Second-graders Angelika Korniyekl, Colton Holmes and Keno Woods wanted to help the homeless. Through a school project, they did just that. “We need to take care of them so they can eat,” Woods said. “We want them to be happy, and we can … more
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