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Before a standing-room-only crowd of concerned area residents, the Lone Tree City Council unanimously approved Hooters' liquor-license application May 19. The council showed none of the hesitation … more
Micah Schulz knows first-hand the difficulty of readjusting to civilian life after a tour of duty. The U.S. Army veteran from Lone Tree finished his degree when he returned from Iraq, but soon found himself wasting away his days, he said, in an … more
Not a Krispy Kreme fan? Or just need some variety in your doughnut diet? Check out Mr. Donuts on Maximus Drive just west of Yosemite Street in Lone Tree. Owned by Centennial residents Soon Lee and Myung Kim, the shop features Texas-style … more
MAD Greens cofounders Marley Hodgson and Dan Long were shocked by the lack of quick, healthy food available in Colorado when they moved here in 1991. They decided to do something about it, and they struck an instant chord with health-focused … more
Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Research will host an evening with spy plane pilot Brian Shul and navigator Walter Watson. The event, which will raise money for pancreatic cancer research, will be at 6 p.m. May 28 at The Lone Tree Arts … more
On their final day at the school May 15, Rock Canyon High School’s Class of 2015 put their handprints on the senior wall. The tradition began in 2009, with each year’s graduates adding a different color set of prints. Students lined up to don a … more
Mountain Vista High School invited Stephen Kleinman, the American Culinary Federation’s Colorado Chefs Association apprenticeship program director, to lead catering students through a culinary demo and Q&A on May 15. The executive chef lectured … more
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In talking with a Lewis Palmer High School Graduate from a class early in the 1990s, I began thinking of just how much the world has changed, even in that brief lapse of time. And then, I became … more
The chairmen of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees said last week the future of an over-budget VA hospital under construction in Aurora is unclear because the Department of Veterans Affairs hasn't come up with an acceptable plan for … more
An effort to alert teachers to a parent-created survey violated Douglas County School District's policies, but the two women behind the survey are nevertheless getting responses. Jeanne Work Swaim and Debbie Gurley, frustrated by the district's … more
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