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An industry that’s growing by leaps has bounded into Parker. Sky Zone Parker, a massive indoor trampoline park for kids and adults, opened Dec. 13 in a long-vacant, 33,000-square-foot … more
The Colorado Horse Park announced that a group has signed a contract to acquire the venue and will continue equestrian operations into the future. A partnership headed by Mark and Katherine … more
It is always important to plan for taxes, both to reduce the possible tax liability and to plan for the potential amount due. Effective tax planning this year may save you a bundle. Starting with … more
The first time L.S. Burstein saw the newest member of his family, Rusty was lying barely conscious on a Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center operating table. The mixed-breed pup was sedated for surgery on a leg broken during a July fall from a truck … more
The pieces continue to fall into place for Castle Rock's major alternative water projects Together, the WISE Water incentive and the Box Elder project represent a quarter of the town's future water. As 2014 winds down, several more steps have … more
The founder of Highlands Ranch's Ben Franklin Academy has formed an organization to help parents get charter schools off the ground. Patriot Schools is currently working with supporters of the proposed John Adams High School and K-12 Parker … more
Douglas County commissioners approved a $1.2 million remodel of the entryway of the Robert A. Christensen Justice Center in Castle Rock at their Dec. 16 meeting. The project, originally planned in November 2012, includes an entrance vestibule, a … more
Douglas County approved the purchase and creation of a new software system for the county's Community Justice Services that will allow the county to share pretrial information with Arapahoe County and better manage its finances. At the Dec. 16 … more
Capping months of building conflict and less than a week after an initial tense parent meeting with Douglas County School District administrators, Buffalo Ridge Elementary Principal Sarah McAfee … more
It was a bustling three days in the nation's capital — people were protesting the Keystone XL pipeline project and the World Health Organization was having a function on Ebola. Amid it all was a group of south metro Denver's elected officials, … more
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