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Too many cooks is usually a good way to ruin a good thing, but in the case of delivering safe, renewable drinking water to customers in the Denver metro area, the more partners the better. That’s the thinking behind the Water Infrastructure and … more
Parker resident Nate Redman has a rare genetic condition, spinocerebellar ataxia 7, that’s gradually taking away his brain’s ability to communicate with his body. A wrestler and football player in high school, the 25-year-old now uses a … more
A big player in the world of entertainment and digital media plans to bring 4,000 jobs and a 70-acre campus to Parker by 2020. At an Aug. 11 press conference at the state Capitol in Denver, Gov. … more
The recent rash of burglaries targeting firearms retailers reached Lone Tree as thieves broke into the Cabela's outdoor supply store at 10670 Cabela Drive in Lone Tree at about 1 a.m. Aug. 10. Multiple suspects crashed an SUV into the front door … more
The Douglas County Fair and Rodeo got off to a rollicking start as nearly 40 professional cowboys came to the fairground arena in Castle Rock for the Xtreme Bulls competition, to compete for cash prizes and applause from the fired-up crowd that … more
  Parker residents may be surprised to learn one of their neighbors is a veteran Midwestern comedian who worked his way up from a clerical position to the world of entertainment. Sam … more
Parks and recreation crews usually drive lawn mowers or pickups, but Bob Welch, charged with restoring the grassland at Greenland and Spruce Mountain open spaces south of Larkspur has a more leisurely ride — his horse, “44.” “Rather than … more
Running against a two-term incumbent in a reliably red district may be a daunting prospect for any Democrat in his first campaign for Congress, but Castle Rock veterinarian Chase Kohne welcomes the challenge. “I don’t believe Ken Buck has … more
A group of youths recently went to the largest fencing tournament in the history of the sport, but it was more important to their coach that they come home with happy memories than medals. “The most rewarding part is just seeing their … more
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet said he was happy to take a break from the back-and-forth in Washington, D.C., to pay a visit to Douglas County for two events on July 14, starting his morning at a graduation ceremony at CU South Denver in Lone Tree for the … more
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