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My Name is…Bud Doyle

About me I've had my company for four years. It's Bud's Home Team, and I hang my license with Keller Williams Executive Realty in Highlands Ranch. I'm married to my wife, Kathy, and I have a … more

Animals are featured attraction in art show

Art Students League of Denver has an appealing exhibit, “Man’s Best Friend: Animal Portraiture” that runs through April 5 at the school, 200 N. Grant St., Denver. Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. … more

Lone Tree Link relaunches with Via

The Lone Tree Link shuttle service returned Feb. 4 with a fully implemented version of its Link On Demand shuttle. The free shuttle serves rides to passengers to and from anywhere in the city. The … more

Link On Demand re-opening Feb. 4

More than a year after partnering with Uber to provide free, on-demand rides within city limits, the City of Lone Tree is rolling out an upgraded version of its Link On Demand transit service on Monday, Feb. 4. more

C-section patients get opioid alternatives

Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree is one of three area hospitals leading the charge on using alternative pain relief methods for new mothers following C-section deliveries. Sky Ridge, along with … more

Light rail extension project to open May 19

Officials from the Regional Transportation District announced Jan. 25 that the Southeast Rail Extension Project for the E, R and F lines to three locations in Lone Tree will officially open for service May 19. more

My Name is … Ken Fisher

About me We moved to Lone Tree a little over 10 years ago from suburban Chicago. We're enjoying the weather out here. It snows every once in a while, but not like in Chicago. I'm pretty much retired, … more

Clydesdales help usher in new beer laws

The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales visited the Colorado Capitol Dec. 31 to celebrate the repeal, effective New Year's Day, of laws that prevented sales of beer greater than 3.2 percent alcohol by … more

Eat the wheat, test the taste — it’s scientific

There's a stereotype that scientific research belongs in cold, sterile laboratories to people with Ph.D.s and white lab coats. But at the Genetics Taste Lab at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more

Lone Tree was in contention for Amazon HQ2, officials say

Lone Tree was a serious competitor in the Denver metro area's bid for Amazon's second headquarters, city officials said. The company announced in November it will move to two locations: New York City … more

5 ways traffic will change in Lone Tree in 2019

Lone Tree officials refer to the city as sitting at the corner of Main Street and Main Street — Interstate 25 and C-470, two of the Denver area's most congested highways. And traffic congestion … more

Tree lighting launches holiday season

The second annual Lone Tree tree lighting ceremony rang in the holiday season Nov. 30, part of the city's week-long slate of festivities. Just as snow began to fall, Mayor Jackie Millet, joined by … more

Technology aims to better time traffic lights

In another attempt to ease traffic in the south metro region, the City of Lone Tree has partnered with surrounding governments to pilot new technology that will ultimately change timing at traffic … more

Egyptologist to share expertise in Lone Tree

Dr. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptology at UCLA, will be the featured National Geographic Live speaker at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Nov. 9 at Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree. … more

Amazon 4-star store opens at Park Meadows

Shoppers can go from browsing the latest technology to cookware to the hottest books in one brief stroll around the Amazon 4-Star outlet store, the newest attraction at Park Meadows mall in Lone … more

Local business start-ups compete for winning prize money

Under the bright lights in the theater at the University of Colorado, South Denver campus in Lone Tree Oct. 14, three students from ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch stepped into the … more

A harvesting good time

Pumpkins, apples and fall fun abounded in the south metro area this month with nearby communities hosting festivals to celebrate the season. Ali Loomis, of Centennial, brought her two sons to pick … more

Album is change from yesterday’s news

In the movies that were churned out during Hollywood’s classic era in the 1930s, journalists mainly handled stress with a bottle of bourbon in their desks and an unending string of half-lit … more

Results of Link On Demand pilot reflect Lone Tree's future

Link On Demand, the city's pilot program with Uber providing shuttle service around Lone Tree, has provided more than 13,000 rides since August 2017, according … more

Variety of works shown for expo announcement

The lobby and hallway were filled with artists and art lovers/lookers on Sept. 26 when the Lone Tree Arts Commission hosted a reception/awards announcement for its 17th Annual Art Expo, featuring 61 … more
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