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Allan P. Crawfurd, first president of Arapahoe Community College, could never have imagined that the college would livestream its 50th anniversary party from the trendy new cafe on its Littleton campus to its Parker and Castle Rock locations — or … more
Although Littleton has a long history of supporting its schools, the same cannot be said for its initial enthusiasm about launching the metro area's first community college. According to a September 1966 Littleton Independent article by Houstoun … more
  The Centennial man charged with attempted murder in the March 2014 stabbing of a Lone Tree Qdoba co-worker was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Thomas Javon Alston, 23, was taken to … more
A man suspected of hitting a deputy with a vehicle at a Centennial shopping center before being shot by a second deputy faces an attempted-murder charge. Alexander West, 25, is being held on $1 … more
From left, Douglas County Libraries Director Bob Pasicznyuk, Lone Tree Mayor Jim Gunning, and Coventry Development's Keith Simon prepare for the May 4 Lone Tree Library groundbreaking in RidgeGate. The site is just east of the Lone Tree Arts Center … more
A motion to approve Hooters' liquor license languished for lack of a second during the May 5 Lone Tree City Council meeting. Mayor Jim Gunning's request for a second, repeated twice, was both times … more
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Mini-golf enthusiasts can look forward to another season of play in Lone Tree. The planned sale of the Go Putt! Miniature Golf Course on Park Meadows Drive fell through, and owner Dave Smith has spruced up the course for a new season. A developer … more
At 76, Peter Yarrow continues the peaceful activism that made him famous in the 1960s as part of the Peter, Paul and Mary folk-singing trio. Today, he shares his message of peace and compassion with school children. On May 4, he brought it to … more
Fans of southern barbecue can satisfy their cravings at Lone Tree's newest restaurant, Southern Hospitality. The restaurant in the shopping center northwest of Quebec Street and Park Meadows Drive held its grand opening May 1. The concept for … more
Spanish is a different type of class, said SkyView Academy teacher Jessica Lui. Students generally look forward to Spanish class, she added, because they watch videos, do some role playing, sing and listen to music. Spanish language and culture … more
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