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Dispose of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs at the 10th National Prescription Drug Take-Back on Sept. 26. The Highlands Ranch Metro District and Centennial Water & Sanitation District are … more
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office recently announced that reports of vehicles trespasses have decreased 28 percent. DCSO intends to keep this trend going and to avoid creating a crime of opportunity. Thieves like to hit vehicles when they know … more
Four men are in custody after robbery at Ben Bridge Jewelers in Park Meadows mall Aug. 20. According to the Lone Tree Police Department, at around 7 p.m. four men entered the store, used sledgehammers to break through several display cases and … more
In a move that could be seen as a mending of the fences with the city's new neighbor, Littleton City Council agreed, unanimously and without discussion, on Aug. 18 to jump-start Sterling Ranch's wastewater system. “We've started down the road … more
At one point in life, everybody needs a little help from their friends. Jack Frank, a 90-year-old World War II veteran who lives in Parker, is a prime example of what is happening these days: … more
The Jolly Roger was once again flying at full staff on Pikes Peak Drive earlier this month. Morley Swingle’s victory celebration was borrowed from one of his heroes, the eccentric San Francisco attorney Melvin Belli. Except, as Swingle points … more
Leis, plastic toy boats and applesauce dressed with paper parasols lined the tables at Southridge Recreation Center on Aug. 12 for the Highlands Ranch Community Association Senior Luncheon. The luau-themed lunch was held upstairs in the Senior … more
Mountain Vista High School junior Riley Barry has always been inspired by music. That's why it was easy for him to decide what his Eagle Scout project would be. It took a couple of months, but he was able to organize a band concert for residents … more
One of the people from California master-development company Mission Viejo who planned Highlands Ranch in the late 1970s was Jim Toepfer. Before he was the vice president and director of planning, he came from rural Wisconsin as a “country boy,” … more
School was back in session for STEM School and Academy on Aug. 11 and with its largest enrollment yet. As classes began at the Highlands Ranch school that morning, 1,346 students scattered the halls to find their engineering lab, coding class and … more
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