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This year, under a cloudy sky, the Denver metro area's first responders again paid tribute to the memory of those who died, and those who risked their lives in the Sept. 11 terror attacks on New York … more
Corbett and Grace Lunsford live in a tiny house on wheels. The 210-square-foot humble abode is equipped with a mini-kitchen, dining area, master bed, nursery for their baby and a bathroom. From the outside, it resembles a blue rectangular box. … more
Colorado Community Media runs this feature the first week of each month. To send news about a business opening or a business person's special achievement, go to … more
Standley Lake High School freshmen Kaitlyn McCubbins and Delaney Huetson stood among classmates Sept. 1, watching as BMX rider Coco Zurita repeatedly launched from the half-pipe set up in the school’s parking lot. “There was a really cool guy … more
Teenagers are more digitally connected than ever: Three-quarters own or have access to a smartphone, 24 percent go online almost constantly, and 92 percent go online daily, Pew Research Center reports. The digital world is used for a number of … more
In Pete Weir’s opinion, there is no higher calling and greater responsibility than to be a district attorney. And as the district attorney for the 1st Judicial District in Colorado, Weir said he … more
On a sunny August morning, Kathy Letson sits inside her Centennial bakery and talks about how she started her business, her voice drowned out by the doorbell’s ringing as a steady stream of customers comes and goes. Since she opened Gluten … more
Mapleton Public Schools officials said community support played a large role in the decision to move forward with a $150 million bond request to be put to vote on the November ballot. The Mapleton Board of Education on Aug. 23 unanimously voted … more
It’s now up to voters whether to approve a $350 million bond request that district officials say will help Adams 12 Five Star Schools deal with aging infrastructure and overcrowding. The Adams 12 Board of Education at its Aug. 24 meeting … more
Thornton’s ban on marijuana stores will come to an end after city council narrowly voted to allow retail pot shops into the city. The 5-4 vote came on Aug. 23 inside a packed Thornton City Hall, which was filled with residents who mostly disagreed … more
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