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Lone Tree to host town hall

The City of Lone Tree will host a town hall on Wednesday, Oct. 12, from 7–8 p.m. at the Lone Tree Arts Center, located at 10075 Commons St.  more

Hundreds celebrate Lone Tree “Craftoberfest”

The taps of local craft brewers were flowing at Prairie Sky Park on Sept. 24 as hundreds of people attended the Lone Tree “Craftoberfest” celebration. Oktoberfest is an annual German … more

Exceptional and Unparalleled Customer Experiences

(BPT) - By Lee Hyang-eun, managing director of the Customer Experience Innovation Division at LG ElectronicsWe are living in the era of the ‘experience economy’ where the ability to offer … more

From the Editor: Before you say no

This election year will have a lot of tax questions for voters to consider as they sort through ballots that are expected to hit the mail starting on Oct. 17. As our reporters have worked to break … more

Taylor Swift: The life story you may not know

Vivid Seats has compiled a timeline of Taylor Swift's life, focusing on the remarkable milestones many fans might not be aware of. more

Former jobs of the governor of every state

Stacker analyzed the former roles of every current governor in America. more

How to become a poll worker—and other ways to encourage voting

Stacker compiled information from government agencies and voting rights organizations on how you can become a poll worker, and various other resources to encourage and empower voting more

The history of voting in the United States

Stacker examined how voting rights have evolved in America, how much has been accomplished, and how much remains to be done. more

Former world leaders who were prosecuted after leaving office

Stacker referenced news coverage and legal documents to compile a list of former leaders who were prosecuted after leaving office. Read on to learn about what they were charged with and the sentences they received.    more

States with the lowest voter turnout last midterm cycle

Stacker examined U.S. Census data to find which states had the lowest voter turnout in the 2018 midterm elections. more

States with the lowest voter turnout last midterm cycle

Stacker examined U.S. Census data to find which states had the lowest voter turnout in the 2018 midterm elections. more

6 expert tips parents need to know when purchasing or upgrading a car seat

(BPT) - Whether you’re already a parent or you're expecting your first baby, you know how important child car seats are for safety. But like many parents, you may have questions about how to … more

Lone Tree council members voice support of Douglas County School District ballot measures

Douglas County teachers are getting about $18,000 less than those working in Cherry Creek schools, resulting in a loss of teachers and recruitment difficulties, school officials told Lone Tree City … more

Most Emmy wins of all time

Stacker ranks the top 25 television shows with the most Emmy wins of all time as documented on the Emmy database. Read on to find out which spinoff bested the original show, and which sketch comedy took the top slot. more

Airlines making the most from baggage fees

Bounce collected data from the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics to determine how much airlines made from baggage fees in 2021.   more

5 candidates are running for Parker Town Council seats

Five candidates for Parker’s town council election have been finalized after filings were submitted the last week of August. There are three seats up for election on the six-person board. … more

Castle Pines fights for its own ZIP code, USPS disagrees

In many communities across the U.S., ZIP codes are a mark of identity. But in others, they are a source of confusion and consternation. more

Lone Tree proceeds with adding November ballot question

Lone Tree residents can expect to see two similar questions on their November ballot that inquire about opting out of Senate Bill 152 — one for Douglas County and one specifically for Lone … more

Rep. Jason Crow discusses Inflation Reduction Act, other issues in Centennial

The recently passed climate change, tax and health care bill, gun reform, national security and the need for respect in politics were among several topics discussed during an Aug. 22 town hall with … more

Milestones in women's history from the year you were born

From American women winning the right to vote to the #MeToo movement, Stacker draws on a number of historical and archival sources to explore the past 100 years of women's history in the U.S. and around the world. more
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