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Mammogram follow-ups can be fraught with fear

It could have been a luxury spa day. Five women sat gathered in a small waiting room, clad in purple smocks with pink trim, listening to soft music and indulging in individual-sized snacks of cookies … more

Hemp-extract products come to Park Meadows

Shoppers at Park Meadows often slow down when they pass the new Phytorite kiosk, located outside the Tesla store. Some shake their head and walk away quickly, while others slowly approach the kiosk … more

Douglas County treasurer to fill commissioner vacancy

Douglas County Republicans have spoken: County Treasurer Diane Holbert will fill the vacancy left by David Weaver and serve as the District 1 county commissioner through January, when Weaver’s term … more

Bowlero shooting suspect denied bail reduction

The man accused of shooting and seriously wounding another man at the Bowlero bowing alley in Lone Tree March 22 appeared in court April 5 to request a bail reduction, which was denied by Judge Larry … more

Tall Tales Ranch planned for Lone Tree

"Six degrees of separation" is the theory that every person on the planet is six or fewer steps away from each other. In more common terms, it's the concept of “a friend of a friend of a friend.” … more

Art chosen for new light rail stations

How does one create a piece of artwork that both embraces Lone Tree's history, but also showcases the city's future? For artist Erik Carlson, that challenge was met by combining old-time cattle … more

Meet SSPR board candidates at upcoming forum

Meet the candidates for the South Suburban Park and Recreation District board of directors and find out why they are running at an upcoming candidate forum. Presented by the League of Women Voters of … more

Hospital official put beliefs into action with liver donation

As the director of emergency services at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, Pamela Assid, 44, has had countless conversations about organ donation with people in the emergency room who had … more

‘Fences’ is iconic American play on Lone Tree stage

“What’s really important 31 years later,” said director Wren Brown, “is that this is one of those timeless American classics. The issues are all here — nuances of race … not every … more

Credit union makes sure kids have access to art

Lone Tree resident and Bellco Credit Union CEO Doug Ferraro has long been a supporter of the arts. Realizing that some kids were not able to afford access to the arts, such as visiting the Denver Art … more

RidgeGate East gets council approval

When Harold Anderson moved in 1994 to what would become the city of Lone Tree a year later, he couldn't have imagined how much the community would grow in his more than 23 years as a resident. … more

Lone Tree police search for suspect in shooting at bowling alley

Lone Tree police are looking for a man suspected of shooting another man at the Bowlero bowling alley at about 11 p.m. March 22. Officers responded to a call of gunshots fired at Bowlero, 9255 Kimmer … more

My name is...Priscilla Smith

About me I moved to Colorado with my husband Dean in 2006, from Oak Brook, Illinois, to be near our grandchildren. We have three children and four grandchildren. I am an independent distributor for … more

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

Officers learn how to de-escalate situations involving mental illness

Jeff Santelli, a retired Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputy who now works as a CIT trainer, suggested that CIT should be a specialized presence in law enforcement, likening it to SWAT teams. Just like SWAT officers, CIT officers require a specific skillset, Santelli said. “It’s actually a very similar analogy to CIT,” he said. “It’s a specialized training of communication and not everybody is the best communicator.” 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
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