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The Dream Chaser 4, a rainbow-colored Learjet 35, departed Centennial Airport on Jan. 20 for a weeklong tour as part of a special project led by International Jet Aviation Services to benefit children of Make-A-Wish Colorado, as well as other … more
With the last few minutes trickling off the clock, it was a layup by Mountain Vista senior Bailey Roby that made the crowd erupt in cheers. “I’m usually a three-man,” said Roby, referencing his prolific ability to make his shots beyond the … more
With Colorado's snowiest months still looming, Lone Tree city leaders recently pondered ways to inspire more homeowners to shovel their sidewalks. The city does not have an ordinance on the subject, so it has no legal authority to enforce the … more
The City of Lone Tree is zeroing in on a possible site for a community garden. A strip of school-owned land adjacent to Lone Tree Elementary is the most likely candidate among several city planners so far have considered. The property could be … more
Could it have been predicted? It's a question many people ask after a tragedy like the recent murder at Arapahoe High School that ended with the gunman taking his own life, and it's a tough one for even mental-health professionals to … more
The Douglas County Board of Education will return to hosting the community meetings it once did, in lieu of hosting one of its regular twice-monthly sessions in the administration building's boardroom. The “Board Unplugged,” meetings are … more
A chilling irony occurred during a Jan. 23 legislative committee hearing on a school-safety hotline bill. At the same time that lawmakers were hearing testimony, Jefferson County Public Schools was sending out alerts that a lockout involving some … more
Plagued in 2013 by bad weather, low vendor participation, food and alcohol shortages, and a shortage of volunteers, the Taste of Lone Tree's future was uncertain a few months ago. But the event's organizers now say it will return in 2014, bigger, … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers unveiled a package of bills on Jan. 23 that is "aimed at improving Colorado's ability to mitigate and fight wildfires." However, Hickenlooper and … more
A bill that would create a governmental process that deals with workers' claims of wage theft cleared its first legislative hurdle on Jan. 22, a year after similar legislation failed. The issue can affect those who work in contract labor … more
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