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I can’t believe it’s already August and the "dog days" of summer. As a warm-weather person, it seems to me that summer always comes and goes too quickly.

Rotarians Give a Helping Hand at Project Sanctuary

Members of the Rotary Club of Parker recently spent five days in Granby, helping out at one of Project Sanctuary’s outdoor, therapeutic retreats, which are designed to help military families reconnect. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KAM BREITENBACH

Parker Senior Center’s Community Picnic

Almost 100 people attended the Parker Senior Center's Community Picnic in O'Brien Park on June 20. The Rotary Community Corps of Parker and their families also supported this fundraising event.  PHOTOGRAPHY BY KAM BREITENBACH

Everyone Enjoys Parker Days

Parker Days 2015 was a huge success with an estimated 185,000 people attending the annual festival. It couldn’t have been done without the help of Parker Area Chamber members and staff, volunteers, entertainers, food providers and exhibitors.

August 2015 Around Town

Local families are invited to take a walk through Parker’s history as they look for clues during a scavenger hunt around downtown Parker, beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 29.

Barbecue Judges May Have the Best Job

If you like barbecue, you probably envy the judges who get to taste some of the finest available at the hundreds of competitions across the country.

Epilepsy — An Electric Battle in the Brain

Noah Korth was 2 years old when he had his first seizure. His mom, Shannon, describes that frightening day. Noah’s dad, Jake, was at work and Shannon was at home, eight months pregnant with their youngest child, Caleb. Brandon, 9, was playing in one room, while his younger siblings Tyson, Noah and Mya, ages 4, 2 and 1, were listening…

The Miracle of Water

Water. It has carved canyons and moved mountains. It sustains our planet and all that lives here, and has even been known to cause wars. Without it, we would cease to exist.

A True Blessing

With more than 50 years of experience, Bighorn Automotive is changing the way people view car maintenance and repair.  

Swimming Isn’t Just For Summer

The summer is winding down, and school is just around the corner. Those lazy days at the pool are just about over.

Better Living Through Technology

Every time I watch an episode of "Hoarders," I am prompted to clean out the physical clutter from my home and office. As a technology coach, I often see how people can be overwhelmed by what I’ll politely call “over-storage” of emails. 

A Special Educator

As a young child growing up in Littleton, Jennifer Morris excelled at school. But at 7 years old, a devastating ski accident at Copper Mountain left her with a traumatic brain injury. She was in a coma for three days.

Another D-Minus Summer

For me, the phrase “Back to School!” stirs up feelings of failure. I know others swoon when the calendar flips to August, and for many reasons. End of summer vacation means kids will go to bed earrrrrrrlier. They will meet new calculus-obsessed friends. They will get smarter. They will have something to do that doesn’t involve game controllers, over-chlorinated water,…