Annual holiday parade returns to Parker

December 6, 2018 by  

Parker will be celebrating its holiday tradition once again this year with its Christmas Carriage all-equestrian parade along Mainstreet in the downtown area.

The parade consists of [Read more]

Parker to update Mainstreet with new shops, eateries, and hotel

November 13, 2018 by  

The western end of Mainstreet in Parker will be upgraded with a new public plaza that will have several new restaurants and retail shops.

Known as the [Read more]

Parker art students carry on legacy of local artist

October 20, 2018 by  

The Grace Lutheran Church in Parker recently became a small art gallery as 19 students from the Art Academy at Lutheran High School displayed their work.

What was unusual about this [Read more]

Parker town council approves land for commercial development

September 6, 2018 by  

The annexation of a parcel of land at Stroh and Parker Roads was recently approved by the Parker Town Council.

The land, known as [Read more]

Parker becomes home to first branch of credit union

August 12, 2018 by  

Ground was recently broken for a location of Ent Credit Union, based in Colorado Springs in the Cottonwood area of Parker.

The new facility will be [Read more]

Annual Parker Days festival returns to Mainstreet

July 2, 2018 by  

An annual four-day festival was recently held on Mainstreet, where Parker Days hosted carnival rides, a parade, and entertainment on three stages.

Kicking off the [Read more]

Residents weigh in on Mainstreet project

June 22, 2018 by  

Over 700 residents of Parker are looking to have four empty lots in the Mainstreet area developed with small-scale retail shops, breweries, and restaurants. The lots include one just west of Discovery Park and the [Read more]

Parker students raise money for Rotary club

May 15, 2018 by  

Students from the Interact Club at the Cimarron Middle School in Parker recently held a fundraiser to raise funds to help eradicate polio in Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

The students raised $500, which was donated to the Rotary Club International, is a service organization that is the leading one with regards to eradicating polio. A banner printing company may have been hired to create such a banner that people can see when they enter [Read more]

Parker project seeks participation of residents

April 19, 2018 by  

Four lots on the eastern end of Mainstreet purchased by the town of Parker have remained empty, and Partnering for Parker’s Progress (P3) is looking for input from residents of the town for suggestions for their development.

Redevelopment manager for [Read more]

Parker police honored at a school breakfast

March 14, 2018 by  

The Southeast Christian School recently celebrated the dedicated service of Parker police officers with a breakfast that demonstrated an [Read more]

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