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Rotarians Don Clausen, Bob Kramer and Wayne Wagener have been working with some residents of Lincoln Meadows Senior Living assembling toy cars for Toys for God's Kids. Volunteers who live at the retirement center near Lincoln Avenue and Oswego … more
A Taste of DCSD is almost like a myth-buster event, said Douglas County School District chef Jason Morse. Students should have no reason to tell their parents they don't like school lunches anymore, he added, because now parents know they are … more
Intricately detailed replicas of 10 national monuments made of LEGO bricks are on display throughout Park Meadows mall through April 26. The displays are part of a 10-city traveling installation called LEGO American Roadshow: Building Across … more
As principal Jerry Goings walks down the halls of Highlands Ranch High School on a spring morning, students call out his name. Tall, graying and lean, broadcasting a hard-to-come-by blend of geniality and authority, the school's leader is tough to … more
The palm-sized device measures just 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches. So small and lightweight, "We don't even notice it," said Lone Tree Police Cpl. Joe Deland. But the body cameras worn by all officers … more
Tattered Cover employees spent all day April 2 and 3 moving the store’s merchandise from the Highlands Ranch location at Town Center to the new location in Littleton at Aspen Grove. The new location opened April 4. People worked in teams of two … more
A leading church extension fund is establishing its national headquarters in Parker. Solomon Foundation, a nonprofit that provides loans to religious organizations to build churches, is moving from the Meridian International Business Center near … more
The City of Lone Tree will restripe two major streets late this summer or early in the fall to add dedicated bicycle lanes. The streets include Yosemite Street from Lincoln Avenue north to Park Meadows Drive and a portion of RidgeGate Parkway that … more
Speakers at Lone Tree Chamber of Commerce's annual economic breakfast presented attendees with news as bright as the sunny late-March day.  “We are outperforming the national economy,” said Henry Sobonet, director of the governor's office of … more
Flags go to half-staff on Wednesday at the Air Force Academy in memory of Cadet 1st Class Alexandre Quiros. Cadet Quiros died Thursday at the Academy. Quiros was a senior cadet assigned to Cadet … more
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