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A proposed condominium project could far exceed guidelines for the number of units allowed per acre in the Pikes Peak district of downtown Parker. Klingbeil Capital Management, Ltd., a San Francisco-based real estate investment company, wants … more
Construction work will occur June 16 through November on Lincoln Avenue between Chambers and Keystone. For alternative routes and to receive construction updates, visit www.lincoln-ave-east.com and subscribe to the free cone zone report. During … more
Paul Rohrbach is based just 15 minutes from the Colorado Horse Park and has claimed grand prix titles around the United States, but he hadn't taken a grand prix victory lap in his hometown until June 8. He and his horse, Camerino, turned in the … more
The town has developed its first transportation master plan — the Parker Transportation Master Plan. The TMP will serve as the town's long-range plan for travel and mobility. As a policy and planning document, the plan will provide town council … more
Bob Beauprez wants voters to think of John Elway before casting their ballots in the Republican gubernatorial primary later this month. Beauprez lost a 2006 gubernatorial bid to former Gov. Bill Ritter by 15 points. While he has received the … more
It was 25 years ago that officials from the Environmental Protection Agency, along with the FBI, raided Rocky Flats, one of North America’s most notorious nuclear weapons facility, known for manufacturing plutonium triggers. Today, workers from … more
Tyler Brown, 31, is hoping to shake things up at the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office. “For far too long, people have seen the sheriff's position placed in the hands of the person next in line, leaving the voters with not much of a say until … more
School's out for the summer, but the hard work is just getting started. “This is going to make Littleton's learning environment better for kids, a warmer place,” said Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Scott Murphy, speaking literally … more
The Arapahoe High School parking lot hummed with activity June 8 as hundreds of runners, walkers and volunteers gathered for the second annual Splash Dash to raise money for the Drennen's Dreams Foundation. Booths supporting a variety of … more
Seventy years ago, Doug Watts was a 16-year-old kid with a gun. “It was tough,” said the Littleton resident. “But you can hang on by your thumbs and get used to it.” Watts signed up for World War II, with his parents' blessings, partly … more
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