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Lone Tree's annual Schweiger Ranch Fall Festival will be Oct. 10. There will be pumpkin patches, hay wagon rides provided by Colorado Carriage Company, a Bluegrass band and Caribou Mountain Collective will be providing entertainment throughout the … more
Taking into account business growth rate, local gross domestic product, new building permits and municipal bond investment, Douglas County was ranked No. 1 out of Colorado's 64 counties for having the highest investment activity in the state, … more
Two Lone Tree police officers were involved in an accident following a traffic stop on northbound I-25 north of Lincoln Avenue Sept. 18. Two police vehicles were parked on the right shoulder of the highway when a vehicle driven by an adult male … more
Police are hoping the public can help solve a reported kidnapping and sex assault. The Parker police responded around 9:20 p.m. Sept. 21 to a call from a resident who encountered a 17-year-old girl … more
Town council gave unanimous preliminary approval to Hess Ranch, one of two large subdivisions planned for the west end of Parker. On Sept. 21, council voted 5-0 to approve amendments to Hess … more
Douglas County School District bus driver Larry King doesn’t understand why more people aren’t jumping at the chance to drive for the district. “Most of us drivers don’t understand why there is a shortage of drivers,” King said. … more
The eighth-grade student welcomed the more than 100 people walking through Cresthill Middle School doors with these words: “Enjoy a deep experience.” And it was. For parents and students who attended the recent community presentation of … more
The walk to raise awareness about suicide that started at Highlands Ranch High School in 2010 has grown so large it will move this year to Coors Field in Denver. More than 2,000 walkers are expected to turn out for the Out of the Darkness … more
For Highlands Ranch mother Kimberly Owen, sending her children to and from Fox Creek Elementary School on the bus has been a gamble this year. “It’s been a nightmare since the beginning of the school year,” Owen said. “The very first day … more
Funding from Basin Roundtables across the state has made the WISE Pipeline the first water infrastructure project in Colorado to receive statewide support. The Colorado Water Conservation Board approved $905,000 in state and regional grants for … more
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