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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
Construction on the pedestrian bridge crossing Lincoln Avenue, between I-25 and Yosemite Street is on track to be completed by the end of the year, barring any extreme weather. Construction on the $7 million dollar bridge began in the spring of this … more
The University of Phoenix is stopping on-campus enrollment and will close approximately 20 campuses across the country as part of a “teach-out” program. The university has three Colorado locations: one in Lone Tree, one in Westminster and one … more
In preparation for an influx of holiday shoppers, the Park Meadows mall and local government entities are paving the way for improved traffic flow in and out of the shopping center via County Line Road. The first phase of the project, on schedule … more
People who use South Suburban Parks and Recreation District's recreation centers, trails and parks overwhelmingly approve of the district's offerings, according to surveys conducted earlier this year. They'll soon get a chance to put their money … more
According to her mother, Sydney Kennett tried every sport before settling on one most people have never heard of: indoor skydiving, or “bodyflying.” The sport is more popular internationally than in the United States, and organizers hope to … more
Dogs made a real splash during the annual Wag 'N' Romp at the Cook Creek Pool in Lone Tree on Sept. 9. In addition to swim time for the dogs, the free event included a photo booth, dog wash and spa, vendors, crafts and competitions. People, however, … more
A Supreme Court decision from 2015 continues to reverberate throughout municipalities across the United States, as city council voted unanimously to repeal an ordinance banning “aggressive panhandling” to bring city code in line with the First … more
In July 2016, Richard Braden woke up and couldn’t hear his grandfather clock. The 80-year-old Lone Tree resident knew that years of working with “big guns” in the U.S. Army had caught up with him, but it gave him the idea for his first … more
Susan and Pat Mooney face the same dilemma as many parents of developmentally disabled children: What will become of their son when they're gone? The Centennial couple, whose 23-year-old son Ross suffered brain damage as a result of a genetic … more
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