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A mountain lion was seen at Black Bear Golf Club Nov. 16. It's among the first reported sightings this year in the Parker area. The golf course is in Canterberry Crossing on the east end of Parker. more
Benjamin Wann was 9 years old when he went into status epilepticus, a constant state of seizing. He was taken to the hospital and prescribed Valium, a sedative drug, to reset his brain's activity. “He could hardly pronounce Ben, the short … more
Colorado State Patrol trooper Jaimie Jursevics, 33, was struck by a vehicle and killed while investigating a crash on I-25 the night of Nov. 15. At about 8:50 p.m., Jursevics was parked on the … more
Colorado Ballet will host the “Queen of Hearts Ball,” an Alice in Wonderland-themed gala at 5:30 p.m. on February 25, 2016 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. The evening’s entertainment will … more
John Budnack rarely spoke about his World War II service. Parker resident Steve Budnack, one of the nine children John Budnack would have after leaving the Army, remembers hearing memories from his father's mouth only once, during a camping trip … more
Veterans Day had a more personal touch and a deeper meaning at both American Academy campuses this year. While the school has always celebrated the day with recognition and respect, elementary assistant principal Patrick Mangan.... … more
For Whitney and Justin Henwood and their six children, volunteering became a family affair when they relocated from Parker to Haiti to help a community recover from a devastating earthquake. A Castle Rock family discovered that working for an … more
When Harry Giglio receives a call requesting the services of Littleton's American Legion Post 103 All Veterans Honor Guard, he begins going down a list of more than 20 names until he has the volunteers to handle the detail. “The calls are … more
Amber Wann was an up-and-coming pack burro racer until an accident in 2013 left her with back surgery and three months of bed rest. During that time, her son, Benjamin, started showing signs of his epilepsy. He was having seizures once a … more
Chad Ritter knows the difficulty of returning home. The U.S. Marine Corps veteran served during the push into Iraq in 2003. After sustaining wounds — including a traumatic brain injury — in three separate attacks, Ritter was sent home with … more
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