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Two people sustained minor injuries and a third person walked away after a hot air balloon went down at the Lockheed Martin space systems assembly plant on South Wadsworth Boulevard. Lockheed spokesman Matt Kramer says the tour balloon came down … more
Civic Green Park bustled with families, entertainers and games for the annual KidFest on June 11. The Highlands Ranch Metro District hosted the free event at the park in Highlands Ranch, adjacent to James H. LaRue Library off Ridgeline Boulevard. … more
About a year ago, the community rallied to support a Highlands Ranch family dealing with the hardships of cancer – physical pain, financial strain, a constant fear for the future. That family needs support now more than ever. Susan Cash, an … more
My day-to-day I organize Ben Franklin Academy's summer camp program, which goes from June to August, Monday through Friday. I do a lot of work behind the scenes. The kids see me here, happy — but there's a lot of planning involved. I adjust … more
Eight-year cancer survivor Jennifer Walker and her husband and son called themselves the Cancer Sucks Team at this year's Relay for Life of Highlands Ranch and Lone Tree. They were the second-highest fundraising team at the event, raising more … more
Mountain Vista senior point guard Isaac Essien was doing his thing during a game in the Centennial-Continental League Challenge basketball tournament. He was slapping the ball away from opposing players, dishing out assists at every opportunity … more
A Centennial man accused of shooting his neighbor to death and wounding two others, including his own wife, has been ruled competent to stand trial following an evaluation at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, is … more
The lights shine a little brighter these days on Rock Canyon High School’s basketball court: It’s the first and only school in the Douglas County School District with energy-conserving LED lights in the gymnasium. “It is definitely a little … more
Two experienced jurors, Sterling Edwards and Gale Webb, selected a few over 300 paintings that fill three well-lighted galleries on two floors of the Arvada Center. “The Summer of Watercolor” runs through Aug. 28 and is open to the public … more
Elaine DeKooning, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, Jay DeFeo, Sonia Getchoff, Judith Godwin, Mary Abbot, Pearl Fine, Grace Hartigan, Deborah Remington and Ethel Schwabacher — 13 artists were chosen from the 100 that Gwen Chanzit, … more
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