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The mood is set in the parking lot: to get to the door, you have to cross a tiny footbridge. Once safely across the bridge, you open the doors of the chalet — because, yeah, it’s not just a … more

United Power announces intent to leave Tri State

United Power Files Notice of Intent to Leave Tri-State Generation and Transmission   Brighton, Colo. – United Power, a rural electric cooperative based in Brighton, … more

Problems begin to mount as wind continues to blow

Road closures are becoming the norm, thanks to today's strong winds thatu are blowing through all parts of the Denver area. Colorado Highway 93 is closed between state Highways 72 and 128, north … more

Improvements to West 38th Avenue may soon be a reality

Sidewalks: something most people in the metro area take for granted. But in parts of Wheat Ridge, Lakewood and Applewood … not so much. Guy Nahmiach spoke at the podium during the Dec. 6 Wheat Ridge City Council meeting. He said he’s been living near 38th Avenue in West Ridge for 15 years — and for the entire time, neighbors’ concerns about safety and sidewalks had been largely ignored. more

Evergreen Country Day School opens new addition

Students and school staff alike are excited to be using the new gym/performing arts center Evergreen Country Day School opened this year. more

County business group opposes mask mandate

Masks, and the Public Health Order (PHO) requiring people over the age of 3 to wear them in Jeffco’s public spaces, have residents and businesses on each side of the issue voicing their opinion and taking a stand on whether they will comply. more

By the numbers: Jeffco Schools’ COVID update

Pam Yoder, project manager for the Jeffco Public Schools COVID Response Team, gave the Jeffco Board of Education an update on COVID numbers the District has seen thus far in the 2021 - 22 school year. more

Arapahoe County commissioners vote to leave Tri-County Health

The final member of the Tri-County Health Department, Arapahoe County, voted today to leave the agency at the end of next year.  This vote follows earlier decisions by Douglas and Adams … more

Brush fire breaks out on Santa Fe Drive

Souith Metro Rescue District and Castle Rock firefighters needed about an hour to bring a wind-driven brush fire under control Dec. 14.  Winds of at least 15 mph fanned the 10-acre fire along … more

Two undergraduate Mines students win Astronaut Scholarships

Two Colorado School of Mines students have been named Astronaut Scholars for the 2021-2022 academic year. more

Driver gets 110-year sentence for causing deadly I-70 crash

Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, 26, convicted in October of four counts of vehicular homicide and numerous other charges, was sentenced Dec. 13 to a mandatory 110 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections. more

'We used to never have anything like this': In Douglas County, signs of homelessness are on the rise

County leaders differ on what's behind the problem and what to do about it. more

Despite fewer reported cases, COVID up in sewage tests

Testing of wastewater at the Englewood-Littleton sewage plant is finding record-high signs of COVID prevalence in the south metro populace, while the number of people receiving positive COVID tests … more

Doctors urge: Don’t neglect other issues during pandemic

While COVID-19 continues to sweep Colorado, now with the added threat of the omicron variant, Douglas County doctors urged the importance of balancing COVID prevention and vaccination with overall … more

‘Tis the season for injuries

Dr. Ben Usatch said while the holidays are all about joy and bringing good cheer, no member of the family is immune to accidents that can result in an unplanned visit to the local ER. Usatch, an … more

In Colorado schools, scenes of disruption, destruction

Veronica Bell’s classroom devolved into a place of destruction this school year, with kids snapping pencils out of frustration, tearing up decorations and bulletin boards, and ripping math books to … more

Weld County Re-8 school board turns down attempt to ban critical race theory curriculum

The Weld County Re-8 board of education voted down an attempt to ban critical race theory curriculum in the district. Cody LeBlanc and Jaime Sierra, the co-presenters of the resolution, were the … more

Fake call forces evacuation of Thornton Wal-Mart

Thornton police said a fake threat about a suspicious package prompted an evacuation of guests and employees from an area Wal-Mart Dec. 9. A tweet from the police department announced the findings … more

Mines Academy signing event fuels excitement in STEM students

Qualified Red Rocks Community College (RRCC) students who want to transfer to the Colorado School of Mines in pursuit of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) bachelor’s degree, will … more

In rare move, 2 statewide GOP candidates to cap spending

Two Republican candidates running for statewide office in Colorado next year have agreed to limit their campaign spending, a rare move that allows them to accept up to twice as much money from their … more
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