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Tunes on a smaller Lone Tree terrace

Just because large venues like Red Rocks aren’t hosting performances any time soon doesn’t mean that live music is out for the summer. It just means the shows will have to get more intimate. This … more

Lone Tree Arts Center to reopen soon

With the start of the Lone Tree Arts Center's fall programming on the horizon, Director Lisa Rigsby Peterson is no longer wondering what is to become of the 2020-2021 season. more

Lone Tree neighbors fixing up Vietnam vet’s home

A Lone Tree church is leading a community effort to refurbish a local veteran’s home that had fallen into disrepair. A group from the Lone Tree Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has … more

Lone Tree's 1st affordable housing planned at RidgeGate East

Two apartment complexes are scheduled to break ground in 2021 near the RidgeGate RTD light rail station, including Lone Tree's first affordable housing development at RidgeGate East. The RidgeGate … more

Anchor stores open first at Park Meadows

Park Meadows stores are opening on an individual basis as the mall awaits the go-ahead from the health department to open its corridors once again. Stores with exterior entrances, like Dick's … more

Lone Tree order requires shoppers to wear face coverings

The Lone Tree City Council said it supports an emergency ordinance temporarily requiring people to wear face coverings in stores. more

Sky Ridge in a 'groove' thanks to public compliance

Sky Ridge Medical Center staff members have a little breathing room after a month of stay-at-home orders slowed the cases of COVID-19. more

Golfers get back into the swing of things

South Suburban Park and Recreation District reopened local golf courses April 18. Social distancing guidelines prohibit patrons from renting golf carts, but to those walking the links the first … more

Lone Tree responds to stay-at-home order

Lone Tree Mayor Jackie Millet hosted a telephone town hall March 23, fielding questions from residents about city operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Two days later, Gov. Jared Polis announced a … more

'Panic is our worst enemy,' Sky Ridge official says, as hospital braces for 'surge'

Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree reports it has plenty of supplies to handle the ever-worsening COVID-19 outbreak in the Denver metro area and throughout the country, but it is preparing for the … more

Park Meadows open, but most stores closed

Park Meadows, the state's largest indoor mall, remained open as of March 23 amid the COVID-19 outbreak, though most stores and the dining hall were closed. Plans called for the mall in Lone Tree to … more

'There's no playbook' for pandemic, Lone Tree business owners say

To John Winter, the first week of the COVID-19 pandemic felt all too familiar. The founder and co-owner of Lone Tree Brewing Co. said the flow of decision-making and the constantly changing situation … more

Denver Gay Men’s Chorus to sing at college

The Denver Gay Mens Chorus, directed by James Knapp, will perform Iconic African American Pop Music at 8 p.m. on March 18 at the Waring Theatre at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive, … more

Lone Tree election canceled due to lack of challengers

No one chose to challenge the seats of either of the sitting Lone Tree city councilmembers or mayor, and the three incumbents will serve another four years on the dais. The City of Lone Tree … more

Avourneen trio’s ‘Sparrow’ album takes wing

When talking about the Irish music he’s been playing as part of Denver band Avourneen for the last six years, guitarist and vocalist Adam Goldstein warmly quotes English writer and philosopher G.K. … more

Percussion from Malaysia makes its way to Colorado

“Hands Percussion: Drumbeat Inferno” brings an ensemble of Malaysian percussionists with traditional and contemporary sounds to Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree, on March 22 at … more

Brought together by bridge in Lone Tree

People come from as far as Aurora to gather at the Lone Tree Hub every Monday at noon for a bout of bridge. South Suburban Parks and Recreation's weekly Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge club is coming on … more

Sensory- and memory-friendly events give opportunities for expression in the Denver area

The Barros family has difficulty finding programs they all can attend. “We try to take them to events as much as I can, but the kids at this age don't pay attention for an hour,” Fernando Barros … 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
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