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Over five decades, Glenn R. Jones helped bring cable television to American homes, used the Internet to educate, authored numerous books and created businesses in the digital, entertainment and sales worlds, among a long list of other … more
Douglas County's new, mobile-responsive, online search tool allows users easy access to detailed information about the variety of development projects taking place throughout the unincorporated areas of the county. “We are committed to … more
For the first time ever, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office held a bike rodeo, but it wasn't just for the amusement of watching deputies ride tiny pink bicycles — it was to promote safety and educate children cyclists about dangers on the … more
Recent Highlands Ranch High School graduate Sarah Thomas tries to do her best in much more than just academics. She hopes that’s what helped her win the 2015 Outstanding Youth of Lone Tree Award, an honor that comes with a $500 award and a plaque … more
The Turkey Leg and Wine Hoedown, July 17 and July 18 from 6 to 11 p.m., is a different kind of family fun. Wear your overalls or Daisy Duke shorts and visit Reinke Brothers, 5663 S. Prince St., for live music, food and entertainment. Paddleboat … more
Red, white and blue spilled onto the streets as Highlands Ranch residents celebrated the Fourth of July. From parades and live music to bounce houses and games, thousands were out to enjoy the holiday festivities. The day began with a 5K … more
Beer? Wine? Or weed? A campaign is underway to ask Denver voters about allowing marijuana consumption in bars and other places that only allow people over 21. Activists who campaigned for recreational pot legalization in Colorado have launched … more
The Highlands Ranch Metro District adopted the Douglas County Disaster Recovery Plan at a recent board meeting. So what does that mean? The community is ready, HRMD General Manager Terry Nolan said. Douglas County adopted the 66-page plan in … more
Honeybee populations have declined by 40 percent in the United States, according to a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture report But losing honeybees isn't the only thing people should be worried about. Native bees are disappearing … more
The steer won't budge. Olaf offers little more than a snort and a lick of the hand as 9-year-old Addison McWhorter pulls with all her might on the nearly 1,200-pound animal she's raising. Walks like this are a twice-a-day occurrence for … more
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