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Lone Tree's 2015 Independence Day celebration went off — almost — without a hitch. A forecast that showed rain and potential hail headed toward the area late the afternoon of July 4 prompted a short evacuation of Sweetwater Park, but it reopened … more
Recent Highlands Ranch High School graduate Sarah Thomas tries to do her best in much more than just academics. She hopes that’s what helped her win the 2015 Outstanding Youth of Lone Tree Award, an honor that comes with a $500 award and a plaque … more
Beer? Wine? Or weed? A campaign is underway to ask Denver voters about allowing marijuana consumption in bars and other places that only allow people over 21. Activists who campaigned for recreational pot legalization in Colorado have launched … more
The steer won't budge. Olaf offers little more than a snort and a lick of the hand as 9-year-old Addison McWhorter pulls with all her might on the nearly 1,200-pound animal she's raising. Walks like this are a twice-a-day occurrence for … more
Douglas County commissioners have approved a $24 million increase to the 2015 budget to account for unanticipated revenue. The June 23 move allows the money to legally be spent by the county. This additional revenue comes from grants, projects … more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has rejected a proposal to list the North American wild horse as a threatened or endangered species. Friends of Animals and The Cloud Foundation filed a petition last summer seeking Endangered Species Act … more
People who make marijuana hash oil with hazardous materials at home will face felony charges in Colorado, and online bullies will be subject to penalties for harassment under new state laws that took effect July 1. Licensed manufacturers of pot … more
Jeff Marlatt often has been teased for carrying an abundance of emergency gear on his backcountry pursuits. But when lightning struck the top of Mount Bierstadt on June 29, Marlatt's cautionary … more
The taekwondo studio sits in a Parker strip mall, sandwiched between the Sprouts grocery and Murdoch’s ranch supply stores. Above the door, a yellow sign — barely visible from the street — reads “Martial Arts.” The doors are propped … more
Jeff Newton and his family have for years started their Fourth of July by running the Liberty Dash 5K at Sweetwater Park. This year, that’s not an option. The run/walk sponsored by the Lone Tree Chamber of Commerce was canceled due to low … more
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