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Trying to make sense of multiple — and wildly conflicting — governor's-race polling results released on Sept. 17 was a bit like shoveling the sidewalk while it's still snowing. Throughout the day, separate polling agencies released surveys … more
Vienna Danna, 10, said Donate Life Night probably takes place at a soccer game because more people like sports than fancy things like balls and galas. However, the goal of Donate Life Night with the Colorado Rapids, was to reach out to 18,000 … more
Applications are being accepted for those who wish to receive a crash course in law enforcement. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is hosting its 6 annual Citizen Academy from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 16 at the Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement … more
The efforts of more than 2,000 cyclists who participated in the 2014 Courage Classic raised $2.9 million, a record-breaking yearly total, to benefit Children's Hospital Colorado. The annual bicycling tour, which occurred July 19-21, started and … more
“Healing Our Youth: Get Educated” is an event designed to help parents and youth leaders become informed about mental health and wellness to support and heal the community's youth. The free event, slated for 5:30-8 p.m. on Oct. 7 in … more
Everybody is invited to attend this year's Oktoberfest Celebrations and Oktoberfest 5K on Oct. 20 at Town Center South in Highlands Ranch. The day kicks off with the 5K at 9 a.m, the tapping of the keg takes place at noon, and live German music … more
The 7th annual Taste of Lone Tree drew positive reviews for both food and entertainment from guests and restaurateurs. The Sept. 13 and 14 event at Lincoln Commons included about 25 food vendors, beer and wine booths, artists and bands. An … more
Lone Tree resident Michael Knight recently accomplished a pretty sweet (and sweaty) feat. On Sept. 12, Knight climbed his 59 14,000-foot peak — Maroon Peak near Aspen, one of the Maroon Bells. That makes him among a small number of people … more
Bob Sutterer and Pete Muckley arrived July 7 at a missionary compound just outside the Liberian capital of Monrovia to teach writing skills to Liberian educators. For the next two weeks, their work overshadowed the fact that the two men were in … more
The upcoming C-470 improvements will likely be funded publicly, according to the board governing the project. “It looks like it will be traditional public financing, and it will not be a public/private partnership,” said Megan Castle, … more
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