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My name is ... Jared Keiffer of Lone Tree

About us My wife, Lindsay, and I are the owners of Monk and Mongoose Coffee in Lone Tree. We have lived in Lone Tree for about six years. It will be two years in October since we started Monk and … more

More open houses set to discuss South Suburban aquatics plan

South Suburban Parks and Recreation is developing an aquatics master plan to evaluate its aquatics facilities and programs. To help guide the direction of the process, public input meetings took … more

Lone Tree road construction in full swing

Crews are wrapping up construction projects throughout Lone Tree. So far, five major projects have been underway since mid-June, including improvements to County Line Road and Trainstation Circle … more

Woman wants climb to highlight mental health

A local woman is setting out to summit Mount Kilimanjaro at age 65 in an effort to raise awareness for mental health. Claire Averill, of Highlands Ranch, will begin her eight-day trip up the highest … more

My name is...Todd Kopet

About me I've lived in Lone Tree eight years. I have a wife and two kids, they both go to school around here. I am in the marijuana business. I have a manufacturing company that sells CBD … more

Lakewood Cultural Center announces new season

Variety is the name of the game in the Lakewood Cultural Center’s newly announced LCC Presents 2018-2019 season. “We’re just a 320-seat theater, so every performance here is very intimate,” … more

Trippin Billies rock concert at Sweetwater Park

The City of Lone Tree kicked off its Summer Concert Series June 16 at Sweetwater Park, the first of two free concerts put on by the city. About 1,000 residents turned out to relax and listen to live … more

Artists share colorful paintings of outdoors in library exhibit

Watercolorist Patricia Nash and oil painter Judy S. Purcell exhibit colorful paintings of flowers, Colorado landscapes, birds and other outdoor subjects through July 31 at the James H. Larue Library … more

Meet your favorite maker at Comic Con

It is easy to get swept up in all the glitz and celebrity when attending Denver Comic Con, but it’s the writers and artists who are responsible for creating the worlds we love to get lost in. One … more

Dancing to a new sense of place

Dance might not be the first medium people think of when they think of politics on the stage, but that’s not how the minds behind 3rd Law Dance/Theater think about things. The issues of migration, … more

Probe into fatal plane crash could take more than a year

It could take more than a year to get answers to the May 11 fatal plane crash near the Stepping Stone community that claimed the life of Grand Junction veterinarian Bob Marquis, 67, authorities say. … more

Outing offers chance to ride on cushion of air

The ability to fly is a dream many people have. Soaring through the air, weightless, forgetting about the troubles of the world, even for a minute, is a wonderful image of freedom for an able-bodied … more

Plane crash in northern Douglas County leaves one dead

One person was killed after a small plane crashed in a residential area of northern Douglas County, east of I-25, the night of May 11. About 9 p.m., a Cirrus SR22 went down near RidgeGate Parkway … more

Breweries bring A-game to summer season

For many in Colorado, summer often means cold drinks in the outdoors. With more than 300 breweries in throughout the state — to say nothing of distilleries, cideries and wineries — the state is a … more

Sippel, Glenn and Godden elected to Park Meadows district

Martha Sippel, Bryan Glenn and Gary Godden were elected May 8 to the Park Meadows Metropolitan District, according to preliminary voting results provided by Sue Blair, an election official with … more

Michael Anderson wins District 2 seat

Michael T. Anderson took 64 percent of the vote May 8 to win the District 2 seat on the Lone Tree City Council, according to preliminary voting results. Results will be verified and made official on … more

Public art committee seeks member to fill vacancy

One person is needed to replace a term-limited member of the South Suburban Public Art Committee. The member’s term ends in July, and the committee is seeking a volunteer member who has an interest … more

Lone Tree’s solution to ‘last-mile’ dilemma receives top honor

For many people considering taking light rail transportation to south Metro Denver areas, such as Lone Tree, “the last mile” could be the make-or-break decision about leaving their car at home: … more

Concertmaster Knetsch retires from Lone Tree Symphony

Violinist Rene Knetsch was honored by the Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra recently upon his retirement as concertmaster. Elizabeth Loye, decorator of the special cake he enjoyed, is also a substitute … more

Wacky workplaces work wonders

Office antics are often portrayed in the movies as the actions of out-of-control employees who take advantage of the boss's absence and engage in crazy activities such as office chair races, stacking … more
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