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Kathryn Jansky, a certified registered nurse anesthetist and resident of Lone Tree, recently took office as the treasurer of the 49,000-member American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Jansky will serve a one-year term as treasurer. “The … more
Following threats against Aurora and Denver police from an anonymous caller on Sept. 6, law enforcement agencies in the south metro area were asked how they handle such situations. The caller said, “It's time that you guys know we are no longer … more
The crowd gathers as it's almost time to use the blowtorch. Chef Eric Robbins walks those who have gathered at his booth for the Taste of Lone Tree through how to make crème brulee. Robbins stirs, mixes, pours and bakes until the mini … more
The Douglas County School District will appeal its case involving school vouchers to the U.S. Supreme Court. Whether or not the court will hear the case is another matter entirely. The Colorado Supreme Court ruled 4-3 against the district's … more
Four years ago, then-Douglas County coroner and 26-year Colorado State Patrol veteran Lora Thomas began a series of events titled "A Night with the Coroner" to inform citizens of how things were handled in her office. At 6:45 p.m. on Sept. 23, … more
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit has grown to six K-9 and deputy teams, thanks to community donations and support. At 6 p.m. Sept. 24 in Castle Pines' Cielo Events Center the nonprofit Friends of Douglas County K-9 will host the fifth … more
New charter John Adams High School has found a location for its campus. According to board president Matthew Krol, the school has signed a letter of intent on a property located near South Chambers Road and E-470. “We said all along that we … more
Since Aug. 1 the Douglas County Sheriff's Office has received almost 100 reports of vehicle trespasses and 24 vehicle thefts, according to Sgt. Lori Bronner, department spokeswoman. Highlands Ranch and Parker have seen the highest increase of … more
Some parents and community members are criticizing the Douglas County School District for failing to put a bond measure on the November ballot to help pay for $275 million in construction and maintenance needs, such as replacing failing furnaces and air conditioning units and adding classroom space to address overcrowding. more
The City of Lone Tree wants to know what kind of events and community experiences its residents would like to see in the future. To weigh in fill out the survey at more
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