Keyword: Tabatha Deans Stewart
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Parker woman is ‘Face’ of medical nonprofit

If you ask Parker resident Maddie Teagarden what happened to her legs, and why she’s in a wheelchair, you might get the answer “shark attack.” The good-natured 20-year-old, who had both of her … more

Hotel standoff ends peacefully in Lone Tree, suspect arrested

The TownePlace Suites by Marriott on Cabela's Drive was evacuated Wednesday night, after a man barricaded himself in his hotel room, telling police officers he was armed and suicidal, according to a … 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

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

Digital media company's Parker plans could hinge on stopping trash facility

Media and technology company Redbarre says if a trash-transfer/recycling facility is built at a site in northern Douglas County it could interfere with the company's plans to build a 70-acre campus … more

My Name Is... George Bonick

About me I have been in Colorado since 1971. I originally came here to play football at CSU. Like many of the other guys who came to do the same thing, it didn’t work out and I returned home to … more

Wheelers for the Wounded comes through for veterans

Veteran Morgan Huston served as a staff sergeant in the Air Force, and was deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo. The physical demands of his service caught up with him after he was discharged in … more

I-25 'Gap' project gaining momentum

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner recently attended a briefing with the I-25 Gap Coalition to discuss the progress of accelerating improvements along the stretch of road. “Our highways look like they did in … more

Lone Tree officers put down the razors

Lone Tree Police Officer Reid Perry has never seen himself with full facial hair, but he's giving it a go in honor of No-Shave November's message to highlight awareness about men's health. The reasons why are close to home: Cancer runs in his … 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
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