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Arvada West took control of 5A Jeffco baseball with three consecutive huge wins against Columbine, Ralston Valley and its latest being a 6-4 win over Chatfield Saturday at A-West High School. The Wildcats were down 4-2 in the bottom of the six … more
Green Mountain boys’ lacrosse survived a 13-12 thriller against Conifer last Monday Trailblazer Stadium. The underdog Rams went toe-to-toe with the Lobos, scoring five first quarter goals and getting scoring efforts from seven different … more
- Not only did Ralston Valley take down Standley Lake but they also likely took home the 5A Jeffco league championship as well. The No. 10 ranked Mustangs came out victorious in one of the most exciting games of the season as Ralston Valley hung … more
A bill that aims to provide more transparency into the goings-on of public-private road contracts is advancing at the Capitol — a response to concerns over the handling of current U.S. 36 construction efforts. Although the bill has bipartisan … more
Another prison reform bill, spurred by last year’s murder of a Department of Corrections director, is advancing through the Legislature. Senate Bill 64 would prohibit prisons from placing inmates who have serious mental illnesses in isolated … more
More than $30 million — money earmarked for education that has been sitting idle for four years — will be freed up to help low- and middle-income students pay for college, under a bill that passed the House last week. House Bill 1384 creates … more
Pat Craig was just 19 when he first heard adult lions and tigers referred to as zoo surplus, and learned most were euthanized. Thirty-four years later, speaking in front of an audience at the Lone Tree Arts Center, the memory of that moment in … more
Jazz pianist Dana Landry will be featured in the Lone Tree Symphony's May 9 concert, “The Three G's,” performing George Gershwin's “Rhapsody in Blue.” Also on the program will be Ferde Grofe's “Grand Canyon Suite” and Louis Morreau … more
It almost seems that the change of name affected the entries. The Lone Tree Photo Club and Lone Tree Arts Commission changed the name of their annual photography show to “Exploring the Light,” and while light is always a major element, this … more
“Showtime on Ice” enters its 41st season with a show that will entertain families May 9 to 11 at the South Suburban Ice Arena. A collaboration between the Denver Figure Skating Club and the Colorado Skating Club, the show will include more … more
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