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Lone Tree is asking residents to suggest names for the community center. Citizens can submit as many names as they want. Following are guidelines to consider for submissions. The name should: • Connect to the city's community mission: … more
A year-long study by Centennial Airport — the second busiest general-aviation airport in the United States— shows a significantly reduced noise footprint in the surrounding area. The study, which forms the basis of the airport's recently … more
About two weeks ago, David Brown was living in his RV parked out front of Walmart in Highlands Ranch. Brown, an Army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, was down on his luck — he had few belongings and his heat wasn't working. Because … more
Douglas County commissioners had some members of the audience on the edge of their seat during the board's Dec. 13 meeting. Officers from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Aurora Police Department, Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office and more … more
Having a vision is important for a satisfying and fulfilling life. With a vision you have purpose, energy and something to focus on when you have a down day. You’re moving toward it because you … more
Great Outdoors Colorado, which invests Colorado lottery proceeds into parks, trails, wildlife, rivers and open spaces, has awarded a $27,600 Youth Corps grant to Douglas County Open Space for trail projects. Crews from the Mile High Youth Corps … more
Shepherd of the Hills Christian School in Centennial was closed Dec. 14 due to an outbreak of suspected norovirus affecting students and teachers. Principal Lisa Jennings said that about 20 … more
After school on Dec. 6, a group of elementary and middle school kids from the YMCA fidgeted in front of J.C. Penney at Park Meadows mall, waiting excitedly to shop with Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware. J.C. Penney partnered with the YMCA … more
With help from in-vehicle GPS routing systems, the City of Lone Tree believes it can remove snow from roads more quickly this year. “Each of the trucks has their own area,” said John Cotten, the city's director of public works. “It … more
In November, leaders from the Chaparral High School feeder area — made up of five elementaries, one middle school and one high school — met at the Parker high school one weekend to discuss how to more closely work together. Some 2,000 … more
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