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Fire engulfs homes under construction in Highlands Ranch

South Metro Fire Rescue personnel sprang into action in Highlands Ranch Monday after a cluster of homes under construction was engulfed in flames. more

Highlands Ranch group donates 1,100 meals

During the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, many families in metro Denver struggled to put food on the table either because of job loss, illness or just not being able to find items at the grocery … more

Former Englewood officer in Highlands Ranch sexual contact case

A former Englewood police officer will spend 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to sexual contact without consent in a Highlands Ranch incident, the office of 18th District Attorney George … more

Highlands Ranch protesters turn out for Black Lives Matter

Wielding protest signs, cowbells and masks, a group of Highlands Ranch residents has been positioning themselves on busy street corners, asking residents to honk as they support the national Black … more

Letter to the editor: Highlands Ranch Senior Center proposal is 'a boondoggle'

‘Senior Center’ proposal is sham The “Senior Center” project appears to be a boondoggle designed to establish a means for the Highlands Ranch Metro District to eliminate green spaces in the … more

A very different kind of senior year

Highlands Ranch grads talk about their season of cancellations. more

Teen’s a ‘Ferocious Fighter’

For eight years, Patrick Boland, 16, has lived with a pain throughout his body that is so excruciating, it can feel as if he’s wrapped in barbed wire, doused in gasoline and set on fire. more

My name is... Michelle Moss of Highlands Ranch

I am 40 years old and my husband Jeremy and our 8 and 10-year-old daughters and I moved to Highlands Ranch in December 2018. Our family was in need for an adventure, so in 2017 we took a … more

Highlands Ranch Senior Center on pause

The long-awaited Highlands Ranch Senior Center project has been indefinitely put on hold as the metro district grapples with a possible $4.5 million revenue decline caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. … more

Highlands Ranch seniors say goodbye in parade

Without the opportunity to hold a traditional graduation ceremony, seniors and staff from ThunderRidge High School gathered May 15 for a socially distanced goodbye parade. Teachers lined up on a … more

‘I was really sick and close to death’

The last thing Barry Kittay remembers before it all goes black for about 10 days is pulling out his health insurance card at UCHealth Highlands Ranch. “Frankly, I’m not unhappy that I don’t … more

Metro district candidates see weaknesses in election process

While the candidates for the May 5 Highlands Ranch Metro District election may not share very many views, most of them can agree on one thing: It's time for the election process itself to change. … more

Highlands Ranch farmers' market opens with masks, distancing

As the first farmers' market of the season kicked off in Highlands Ranch on Sunday, May 3, vendors and shoppers worked to adjust to new guidelines prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. An entrance sign … more

Book club in the park

A group of seven women, all neighbors and friends, met for their book club in Civic Green Park in Highlands Ranch on April 31. Normally they meet with a glass of wine, but this time, they sat in … more

Paying back first responders with popcorn

A Highlands Ranch purveyor of gourmet popcorn is sharing kernels of kindness with those on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus. more

Trail traffic rises in Highlands Ranch

In the past five weeks, the Highlands Ranch trail system has seen more than a 500% increase in its usage compared to last year, according to data released by the Backcountry Wilderness Area … more

Highlands Ranch residents begin to venture out

While many Highlands Ranch businesses remained shuttered on the first day after the state's stay-at-home order ended, more people appeared out and about, continuing their lives but incorporating … more

Medical issues don’t stop swimmer

Tanner Guderian, a senior at Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch, has scoliosis and epilepsy but is a member of the Highlands Ranch High School co-op team. He swam on two Falcons relay … more

At least five residents of Highlands Ranch retirement community test positive for COVID-19

At least five residents and one employee at Wind Crest retirement community in Highlands Ranch have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from the community on April 7. “We have … more

Highlands Ranch gets outside

Nearly a week into the state's stay-at-home order, many Highlands Ranch residents left their homes to enjoy a sunny afternoon April 1. While many parking lots and stores were essentially abandoned, … more
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