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Light rail station closures planned in Lone Tree

The RTD Lincoln and County Line light rail stations will be closed from 9 p.m. March 16 through 3 a.m. March 26 to allow the connection of the new 2.3-mile extension of the E, F and R lines south of … more

Arenado aims to keep relentless schedule for Rockies

Nolan Arenado chuckled at the idea of ever taking the field every day for the Colorado Rockies and playing all 162 games. In theory, it's possible. The reality of being the third baseman for the … more

Youth initiative luncheon highlights CASA programs

Learn about the CASA program at the next Lunch-N-Learn program presented by Douglas County Youth Initiative. The March 29 program runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Park Meadows Center, 9350 Heritage … more

Study provides grounds to avoid using opioids for chronic pain

A yearlong study offers rigorous new evidence against using prescription opioids for chronic pain. In patients with stubborn backaches or hip or knee arthritis, opioids worked no better than … more

Colorado students go head to head in Science Bowl

After a full day of competition in the state Science Bowl March 3, a team from Fort Collins High School was named the champion after outscoring Fairview High School in Boulder, in a rapid-fire final … more

Douglas County caucuses: 'It's important everybody's involved in this'

Zoe Wilson was the youngest person at a Democratic caucus at Rock Canyon High School in Highlands Ranch. The 18-year-old wants to see Cary Kennedy win the governor's race this November, she said, … more

Dry weather and high winds bring fire hazards in Colorado

South Metro Fire Rescue has responded to more than 22 fire calls since Feb. 23, half of which were vegetation fires throughout the district. SMFR has assisted other agencies with battling fires as … more

Senior’s wish of flying comes true

Trudy Goldman, 73, sat in her wheelchair Feb. 25, watching groups of children and young adults fly through the wind tunnel at iFly Denver, an indoor skydiving facility in Lone Tree. She was preparing … more

Hate is a hunger that consumes with no chance of being sated

Hate” is a brutal word. It’s final, and it comes without nuance. It gets the job done if your vocabulary is, uh, um, like, limited, or if you need something right now in the heat of the moment. … more

Sticking with it and sticking to it — a recipe for success

A couple of months ago, many of us made our commitments to our New Year’s resolutions or our goals for this year. Law of averages and historical data tell us that there is a certain percentage of … more

Yoga is practical method to achieve more ease in aging

“Yoga” can be kind of a taboo word. You might have heard it’s all about spiritual healing and heavy breathing in a sweaty room. Maybe you think it’s just for trendy California youngsters or … more

My Name Is ... Tom Carlson

About me I was originally born and raised in the Bay Area of California. I moved to Highlands Ranch in middle school and went to Denver Christian for middle and high school. I transferred to … more

Choir for seniors continues to grow

As a kid, Jamie Howell often caught her mom and dad singing around the house. She picked up the hobby and hasn't stopped since. Howell moved to highlands Ranch four years ago and lives in a … more

Douglas County students to participate in school walkout planned for March 14

Some Douglas County students are planning to join schools across the nation in a walkout at 10 a.m. March 14. The event, called “#Enough National School Walkout,” is in response to the Feb. 14 … more

Boys volleyball takes first step toward being sanctioned in Colorado

Boys volleyball has been trying to open the door to get the sport sanctioned by the Colorado High School Activities Association for around 20 years, according to John Prusinowski. Well, boys … more

Photographer sheds light on capturing the night

Landscape photographer Glenn Randall has written extensively about mountain climbing and photography and after 20 years, has focused on the photography part — developing a special skill for … more

Arvada Center explores dark side of American Dream

There are certain expectations that come with seeing an Arthur Miller show — it’s going to be intense, heady and dramatic. His 1947 masterpiece “All My Sons” certainly fits the bill. It’s … more

DMNS exhibit lets there be lights

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has played host to countless numbers of traveling exhibits over the years. These exhibits come from all over the world, and from some of the most respected … more

Pigs come out to play to raise awareness

Pigs aren't just for farms — they're for friendship, too. Crowds at Hog Haven Farm's event at Resolute Brewing Co. in Centennial got to meet rescued pigs and learn more about them as intelligent … more
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