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Love of competition drives Lone Tree senior

When Lone Tree resident Dean Smith, 91, had to stop running at the age of 75 because of the stress on his joints, he wasn't upset or discouraged. After a lifetime of competing in sports of all kinds, … more

Storied scrolls from ancient times come to Denver

The oldest known Biblical documents, dating back more than 2,000 years, were discovered in 1947 by young Bedouin goat herders in a cave near the Dead Sea. Eventually, archaeologists discovered more … more

Mike Anderson has background in energy field

Mike Anderson has lived in Colorado for nearly 30 years, with the past 15 of those being in Lone Tree. Raised in Gratton, Connecticut, Anderson studied engineering at Northeastern University, then … more

Kevin Spencer wants to help shape growth

Kevin Spencer moved to Lone Tree about five years ago, after deciding it was a great place to raise his young son, Nathaniel, and said he is running for Lone Tree City Council because he wants to … more

Senior’s wish of flying comes true

Trudy Goldman, 73, sat in her wheelchair Feb. 25, watching groups of children and young adults fly through the wind tunnel at iFly Denver, an indoor skydiving facility in Lone Tree. She was preparing … more

Officers learn how to de-escalate situations involving mental illness

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and Parker, Lone Tree and Castle Rock police departments are in the process of putting all their officers and dispatchers through Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) … more

Lit Fest brings national artists to teach aspiring writers

As a person who started writing for pleasure back in elementary school, I can confirm that while the actual act of writing is a solitary one, the only way to improve your writing is to share it. … more

Arapahoe County inmate appears to die by suicide

An inmate at the Arapahoe County jail was found dead of an apparent suicide in his cell at about 10 p.m. Jan. 18, according to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office. Brian Heath Roundtree, 43, … more

'Playful Pets' facility keeps kids happy at Lone Tree Library

Friends Nora Klingel and Maddi Bowman had serious business at the Lone Tree Library recently. They brought their stuffed friends for a veterinary check-up, including X-rays, shots, looking into their … more

Lone Tree: Looking back and looking forward

Jackie Millet, Lone Tree mayor What was the city's biggest accomplishment in 2017? The city was very honored to be selected among the best in the nation by MONEY Magazine on two separate occasions … more

Ballet5280, created for fairness, helps grieving dancer heal

Professional dancer Briana Selstad Bosch founded Ballet5280 in early 2017, with the hopes of providing fellow dancers a fairer and more balanced pay structure for their performances. The organization … more

Seasonal cheers with holiday beers

The holidays are a time to gather together with friends, family, co-workers and other near and dear ones. And to make that time a little more delicious, and possibly more bearable, many local … more

Full-time victims' advocate joins Lone Tree staff

Being the victim of a crime can be devastating. Not knowing what to expect or how to proceed afterward can be just as devastating, according to Lone Tree's new full-time victims' advocate, Jennifer … more

New development on way for south metro business park

More industrial development is on the way for the Highfield Business Park, an emerging industrial hub — as a news release for the project called it — that sits south of Centennial, northwest of … more

Indictment paints picture of large pot-trafficking ring in south metro area

An enterprise based in the south metro Denver area sent marijuana through the mail, sold it to out-of-state buyers and cultivated pot in upscale neighborhoods, according to a 98-page indictment. Two … more

Lone Tree bids farewell to Cheryl Cobler

If you've ever walked into the Lone Tree city offices looking for information, to give a compliment or file a complaint, you've probably met Cheryl Cobler. As the administrative assistant, she is often the first point of contact for visitors. And … more

Searching for inspiration at TEDxMileHigh

Who doesn’t need a little inspiration now and then? Even just a little inspiration at the right time can make all the difference when you’re facing both professional and personal challenges, or when you’re struggling and in need of … more

A new opportunity for students at Lone Tree site

Quinn Hunchar doesn’t like being confined to a classroom. She prefers reading books and watching documentaries. “School is not my thing,” the 18-year-old said. “I felt like I was being shoved in a box.” When she told her parents she … more

Local breweries have solid showing at beer fest

Every year, the Great American Beer Festival brings hundreds of breweries from all over the country to the Mile High City to duke it out over who creates the best ales, IPAs, lagers, German beers and more. And while the real winners are those who … more

Consternation, collaboration and coexistence for Parker and Lone Tree art centers

In 2011, there was concern that opening two performing arts centers within eight miles — and two months — of each other would be too much of a good thing. But as the PACE Center and the Lone Tree Arts Center each enter their seventh seasons of … more
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