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Front Range blood supplies running low

The American Red Cross has been sending up the red flag, stressing that there is a nationwide blood shortage and Colorado is no different. In fact, along the Front Range, hospitals are managing but … more

Brighton, Tri County Health offer COVID vaccination clinics

  The city of Brighton teamed up with Tri county Health to offer free vaccination clinics at the Brighton Recreation Center, 555 N. 11th Ave. They are available from 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. … more

COVID surge may be 'more severe than prior waves,' Colorado analysts say

Local public health officials and analysts implored the public not to let its guard down as the omicron variant drives a dramatic COVID surge in Colorado. more

Adams 14 ends contract with management company

Adams 14 School District and Adams 14 School Succeed, also known as MGT America Consulting, are business partners no more. The district's board terminated the contract Jan. 11. The notice takes … more

2021’s best albums use music as bridge, inspiration

Much like the year immediately preceding it, 2021 posed more than its share of challenges. As individuals, community members and global citizens, we all had to be more thoughtful than ever about what … more

RMMA opens hangars, hearts in support of fire recovery

Before firefighters were able to extinguish flames from the devastating Marshall Fire, Rocky Mountain Airport Director Paul Anslow and his staff were already planning ways to help neighboring communities. more

Poetry Gathering beckons well-versed cowboys, cowgirls to Golden

If you’re a hankerin’ for a weekend rich in the storied history of the American West, then gather ‘round the campfire for the 2022 Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering, coming up Jan. 15 and 16 at the American Mountaineering Center in downtown Golden. more

D’Evelyn rallies from double-digit deficit to edge Golden in OT

The path for boys basketball teams in Class 4A Jeffco League can be like driving on the roads of Colorado at night during a winter snowstorm … the journey can be long and treacherous a times, but if navigated correctly, you can get to your destination. more

Highest-elevation points in metro Denver counties sit at some unexpected places

To outdoor-recreation enthusiasts, Colorado is known for its fourteeners: mountain peaks that exceed 14,000 feet. But take a drive through the Denver area, and you might notice how the elevation … more

WeldCo, South Dakota authorities seeking fugitive

Weld County sheriff's deputies are searching for a South Dakota man who left a traffic stop in Longmont last week. The suspect is Dustin Daniel Staeffler, 40, of Rapid City. He has arrest warrants for … more

Donors send more than $12 million to fire victims

More than 43,000 people have donated more than $12 million to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund to help those affected by the Marshall Fire, officials said on Jan. 4. Community Foundation Boulder … more

South Adams firefighter injured in hit-and-run crash

A firefighter from the South Adams County Fire District is in the hospital after an early morning crash. It happened shortly before 4 a.m. on Interstate 76 between 74th and 88th avenues. A tweet … more

Re-8 on a delayed start Jan. 6

RE-8 schools will open one hour late Jan. 6 because of predictions of blowing snow and cold temperatures. RE-8 Superintendent Alan Kaylor posted the information to the district's web page. more

Adams 12 to open late Jan. 6

Adams 12 Schools will open two hours late Jan. 6 because anticipated bad weather -- namely snow and cold temperatures. "School will start two hours after normal time at every level, and morning … more

27J to open late Jan. 6

The 27J School District will open two hours late Jan. 6 because of the cold, snowy weather and the potential for poor road conditions. "This means buses will run two hours later than normal, and … more

Adams 14 cancels classes for Jan. 6

Adams 14 School District canceled classes and extracurricular activities for Jan. 6. The culprit is a fast-moving snowstorm and high wind-chill values. Road conditions are expected to be poor, the … more

Benchmark Theatre confronts our American darkness

The Jan. 6 capitol insurrection is one of the darkest days in the history of the country — one that we’re still reeling from and trying to figure out to prevent from happening again. more

COVID increase means little impact on local prep sports attendance

The recent increase in COVID cases has had little impact on in-person attendance at prep sporting events. Adams City High School continues to allow two attendees per player, according to athletic … more

Golden businesses rally for fire victims

Golden businesses owners are mobilizing on Friday, Jan. 7, to raise money for neighboring communities that suffered losses in the recent Marshall Fire. more

Going against the grain, gluten-free brewery nabs national industry award

When Golden resident Karen Hertz opened a beer brewery in early 2016, she was simply out to make a great-tasting 100% gluten-free glass of suds for herself, as well as others with similar dietary … more
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