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Coming Soon The New Douglas County Library in Parker

Coming Soon The New Douglas County Library in Parker Douglas County Libraries (DCL) broke ground on its new Parker location just over a year ago, and construction is now nearing completion! This … [Read More...]


LET'S GO CAMPING The summer beckons us to the great outdoors. After all, Colorado is one of the best places in the nation to enjoy all the beauty and rejuvenation the outdoors has to offer. We asked … [Read More...]

Tour de Ladies

Tour de Ladies Women-only Cycling Event Returns to Douglas County The Tour de Ladies women-only cycling event is excited to return to Douglas County on July 9th! The Tour de Ladies empowers women … [Read More...]

MuckFest MS

MuckFest MS MUD, MUCK & FUN for the whole family! MuckFest® MS Ready to Sling, Fling & Muddy Up 11 Cities in 2016 It’s the FUN Mud Run to End MS The National Multiple Sclerosis Society … [Read More...]

Finding A Tropical Friend

Finding A Tropical Friend Around Easter, it’s chicks and bunnies. After reading “The Black Stallion” it might be a pony or maybe even the incessant begging for a puppy after watching “Beethoven” or … [Read More...]

Dr. Dan For Today

Fixing the Trickle of Worry Thomas Carlyle wrote, “Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand.” Worry has been defined as “a small trickle of … [Read More...]

The Bookends

The Forgotten Room: A Novel By Karen White, Beatriz Williams, and Lauren Willig Dr. Kate Schuyler works in a private hospital in Manhattan in 1945, when a wounded soldier is brought in with a leg … [Read More...]

Local Author Spotlight

FROM PAIN TO PEACE WITH ENDO Lessons Learned on the Road to Healing Endometriosis by Aubree Deimler Your body has an amazing capacity to heal when given the proper nourishment. Learn about the … [Read More...]

From The Publisher

THANK YOU July is a very special time of year for me. It is a month that reminds me to say “Thank You” as often as possible. You may be thinking, “why would a month remind you to be outwardly … [Read More...]


SEARCHPARKERhistory SULPHUR GULCH BRIDGE Parker residents drive by it, walk or bike over it nearly every day. The Sulphur Gulch Bridge is one of Parker’s most recognizable landmarks. The original … [Read More...]