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Former Lone Tree mayor seeks place in Congress

Former Lone Tree Mayor Jim Gunning announced he is seeking the Republican nomination for Colorado's 4th Congressional District seat, in a gathering of more than 50 people in front of the Freedom …
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Lone Tree bids farewell to Cheryl Cobler

If you've ever walked into the Lone Tree city offices looking for information, to give a compliment or file a complaint, you've probably met Cheryl Cobler. As the administrative assistant, she is often the first point of contact for visitors. And …
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Lone Tree Arts Center offers sensory friendly holiday show

The Lone Tree Arts Center wants to make sure every family has the chance to enjoy a holiday show at the center, including those with members who have sensory issues. So the Dec. 10 production of “Home for the Holidays” will be adapted to …
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    • 24 suspects indicted in illegal marijuana-grow operation

      Two dozen people suspected of participating in a drug-trafficking ring that illegally grew marijuana in at least 10 homes in Arapahoe, Douglas and Elbert counties have been indicted on at least nine …

    • New Douglas County school board 'leaves politics at the door'

      The Douglas County school board may be getting four new members, but sitting member David Ray is excited about a camaraderie that he says already exists. “Whereas when we came on two years ago,” Ray said, “there was already — before we …

    • Brauchler drops governor bid, jumps into attorney general race

      Citing the bowing out of state Attorney General Cynthia Coffman from the race to keep her seat, Republican George Brauchler announced his switch from the 2018 race for governor to vie for the attorney general spot. Brauchler, district attorney …

    • Lone Tree officers put down the razors

      Lone Tree Police Officer Reid Perry has never seen himself with full facial hair, but he's giving it a go in honor of No-Shave November's message to highlight awareness about men's health. The reasons why are close to home: Cancer runs in his …

    • Lone Tree bids farewell to Cheryl Cobler

      If you've ever walked into the Lone Tree city offices looking for information, to give a compliment or file a complaint, you've probably met Cheryl Cobler. As the administrative assistant, she is often the first point of contact for visitors. And …