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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

One killed in shooting near Lone Tree

One person was fatally shot at an apartment complex in unincorporated Douglas County, near Lone Tree, on April 24, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office in an April 25 news release. 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 police seek public's cooperation in stay-at-home order

The Lone Tree Police Department is calling on residents to cooperate with statewide stay-at-home orders to help officers focus on typical police work. Lone Tree Police Chief Kirk Wilson said the … 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

Lone Tree holds first virtual council meeting

Lone Tree City Council held its first virtual city council meeting March 17. With city staff, council and members of the public tuned into the same Microsoft Teams meeting, Lone Tree Mayor Jackie … 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

Lone Tree Art Center events, rentals postponed

The City of Lone Tree announced all events at the Lone Tree Arts Center, including the state of the city and private rentals, are postponed through the remainder of March.  Mayor Jackie … more

5 Things to Know: RidgeGate development presses on

There is just one parcel of land available for purchase in the original RidgeGate neighborhood, dubbed RidgeGate West Villages, after HealthONE purchased property west of Sky Ridge Medical Center for … 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

Former Treo building nears sale, owner says

The building still donning the name El Treo has been vacant for 11 years, and its owner, Hemal Jhaveri, said he is nearing a sale of the space. Jhaveri said he is in the process of selling the … more

Hospital administrator steps into big task

Sky Ridge Medical Center welcomed its third CEO on Feb. 26, replacing the longtime administrator of the Lone Tree hospital, Susan Hicks. HealthONE named former Chief Operating Officer Kirk McCarty as … more

Local chef wants to set the bar for Indian cuisine

Charlie Mani insists what he cooks is not Indian food—at least not anything like what Americans expect of Indian food. The kitchen he runs at Urban Village, serves, for lack of a better term, … more

Youth commission tackles tobacco enforcement

Lone Tree teens are working to combat nicotine addiction among their peers through policy complying with the new federally established age restriction and keeping retailers from targeting first-time … more

Esports space gives gamers community

Becoming highly skilled at a video game often means spending hours in isolation: a dark room with few distractions and caffeine at the ready to deter anything that could disrupt hours-long bouts of … more

Lone Tree may place debt limits on new special districts

Lone Tree is lining up its policies on special districts to the standards of neighboring cities as it prepares for development on the east side and formation of new districts in the coming years. … more

Lone Tree seeks clarity from metro districts

Lone Tree wants more transparency from special districts to protect residents from being blindsided by hidden fees and uncontrollable debt caused by “bad actors” in the industry. An ordinance … more
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