A dog-gone good day

Posted 6/11/19

Warmer days are ahead for Colorado and Lone Tree residents are ready to soak in the sun. The Cook Creek Pool is officially open and the Lone Tree Rec Center has begun its lineup of summer camps. On a …

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A dog-gone good day

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Warmer days are ahead for Colorado and Lone Tree residents are ready to soak in the sun. The Cook Creek Pool is officially open and the Lone Tree Rec Center has begun its lineup of summer camps.

On a sunny morning June 4, Debbie Hansley played fetch with her 4-year-old golden lab, Walter, at Prairie Sky Park. Walter is very good at fetching tennis balls, but even the best need a break sometimes.

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