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My Name is ... Helen Drexler

I'm the CEO of Delta Dental of Colorado. I have a degree in sociology from the University of New Mexico and have spent my 36-year career believing in the power of teams. I'm also a … more

Businesses bank on stimulus assistance

When Maureen Pearman opened her Lone Tree fitness studio one year ago, she did not expect to be doing so much paperwork. Pearman, of Arapahoe County, realized a dream of hers when she opened The … more

Man receives 48 years for kidnapping, sexual assault

A man who kidnapped and sexually assaulted a woman near Lone Tree in 2018 was sentenced to 48 years in prison, according to a Jan. 6 news release from the 18th Judicial District. Paul Nader, 32, a … more

Sky Ridge staff receive first COVID-19 vaccine shots

Dozens of frontline medical workers stood in line down a Sky Ridge Medical Center corridor Dec. 16, waiting to receive their first injections of the COVID-19 vaccine. Sky Ridge received 195 vials of … more

Getting holiday cheer in gear

Elaine Caras held an oversized, plastic candy cane over her head, tilting one end into the open window of a car to a child giggling in the back seat. Caras used the hollow, red-and-white striped … more

Lone Tree affordable apartments to break ground in March

Lone Tree's first affordable housing development is planned to begin construction in March, pending approval from the city's planning commission and city council in the coming months. The Koelbel … more

'There's no blueprint for this'

Lone Tree restaurateurs are again searching for solutions after the state's decision to move Douglas County to level red on its COVID-19 dial banned indoor dining in late November. A pair of Lone … more

Lone Tree girl named Time's first Kid of the Year

For nearly a century, Time magazine has named a Person of the Year, annually recognizing the most influential individual or individuals from the previous 12 months. Now for the first time in its … more

Lone Tree to cut $7 million in spending next year

Lone Tree finance officials have proposed $7 million in spending cuts next year, but anticipate sales tax revenue to slightly rebound from this year. The budget will continue to be impacted by … 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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