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The leaf has risen. Over the weekend of July 21-23, Lone Tree lifted a symbolic structure into place on the south side of the almost completed pedestrian bridge over Lincoln Avenue. Lincoln Avenue was closed for the weekend while the leaf was … more
Travis Carey, sports director at Red Rocks Church, will tell you that athletics have greatly improved his life. He met his wife while on a Red Rocks Church sporting teamteam and has grown lasting friendships through various other athletic … more
Companies from across Colorado came together recently for an annual event that provided cancer awareness, funding for research and unique food and beer pairings. During the third annual Brews for CancerBlows fundraiser on July 7, Lone Tree … more
When Laura Tarket-Johnson’s position was eliminated after 24 years at an apparel and fashion accessory corporate retail job, she knew it was time to start her own business. Her friend reached out and asked if Tarket-Johnson would consider … more
In the middle of the night, Cheryl Matthews, a Larkspur resident, woke up to the sound of her dogs “barking like crazy.” While expecting to see a raccoon, she looked outside and saw a black bear tearing down her bird feeders and proceeding to do … more
Two plots of land, on either side of the entryway into the Lone Tree Arts Center, will be undergoing a transformation. “We will now have landscape improvement that will be the same standard as the quality of the building,” said Steve Hebert, … more
Lone Tree Police are looking for the suspect in an aggravated robbery that took place on July 3 at the Starbucks parking lot, 9222 Park Meadows Drive in Lone Tree. About 9:15 a.m., a male suspect … more
Colorado residents buckled their helmets and took to the bike lanes to participate in Bike to Work Day on June 28. “The idea is to introduce people to cycling,” said Steve Erickson, director of communications and marketing for the Denver … more
To support those who served their country, a 3-mile race decorated with red, white and blue will raise support for veterans in Lone Tree. “We want this to be about Lone Tree,” said Chris Hermen, technical product manager for Charles Schwab … more
A new tearoom in Centennial is trading the fast-paced caffeine to-go trend for a modern twist on a slow-paced, classic tea service. In March, Amadea Gabriel opened her dream tearoom, Bella’s Teapot, at the Streets at SouthGlenn, 6851 S. Gaylord … more
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