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Employee Retention Tax Credit Is A Lifeline For Businesses

(NAPSI)—During the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government took action to support business owners who kept their employees on the job, despite bleeding bottom lines. Unfortunately, facing a … more

Colorado identifies 5 cases of a mystery hepatitis in children

Colorado has reported its first cases of severe hepatitis of unknown cause in kids, adding to a growing number of cases nationally being investigated by the Centers for Disease Control and … more

Legacy 4x800 relay breaks school record amid podium finish

LAKEWOOD–Although the Legacy Lightning girls’ 4-by-800 meter relay team started near the back of the pack, the squad of Gabrielle Shepston, Mia Meraz, Addison Dolan and Kendall Aragon … more

Lynne Collins takes over theater at the Arvada Center

Lynne Collins has been announced as the Arvada Center’s new Artistic Director of Theatre, following the retirement of Rod A. Lansberry. Collins, the current Artistic Director of Plays, first joined … more

Sun out as Art Festival returns to Westminster

It was sunny day May 14 as the Historic Art District of Westminster returned to the historic hear to of the city. More than 50 local vendors, local musicians and entertainers gathered along at … more

Girls soccer: Despite the obstacles, Fort Lupton's Garcia is ready for the next step

 For many high-school athletes, there are many obstacles that can stand in the way of playing any sport at the next level -- not getting enough exposure to college scouts, season-ending … more

Colorado superintendents sound off on teacher shortage

The Public Education and Business Coalition hosted a panel of regional school district superintendents on May 4 to discuss the teacher shortage affecting Colorado.  The coalition … more

Workin' 9-5? There's a better life, workers say

Employees have more power than their employers in the current labor market, says Dr. Steve DelCastillo. That’s due to the Great Resignation.  Anythink Libraries hosted Delcastillo, a … more

Westminster festival aims to fuel community spirit

An arts festival in old Westminster wants to remind residents that home is where the heart is and that's their neighborhood. “We are the heart of Westminster,” said Beverley Capra, director of … more

You will find connection at the Benchmark Theatre

If we’ve learned anything from the last two years, it’s that all of us, at one point or another, will get sick. It’s not an enjoyable truth to ruminate on, but one that was repeatedly proven in … more

Human connection unspoken 'glue' of a successful housing program, officials say

Josh E. was experiencing homelessness in Denver before he joined Northglenn’s temporary winter housing program at the old recreation center. In fact, he caught COVID-19 and was housed by one of … more

Westminster council signals support for entertainment districts

Westminster city council gave direction to city staff on April 18 to bring forward an ordinance that would create entertainment districts in the city. The ordinance would come to council on May … more

Northglenn Food Truck Carnival returns

Northglenn’s Food Truck carnival will be returning after a two-year hiatus on May 13, 14 and 15 at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park. Over 65 trucks will be coming throughout the … more

Some clarity emerges on Arapahoe County creating new health department

About 2,500 people watched or called into a virtual town hall meeting where leaders took questions about how Arapahoe County is working to create its own health department amid the breakup of Tri-County Health. more

Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide resume in-person gatherings

Beginning April 1, all congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses across the globe will resume its in-person meetings. Resuming in-person meetings coincides with two global events being held in all … more

The butterflies migrate to the DAs office

The Roger Quist Middle School Art Club butterflies arrived with a beautiful art installation placed at the Adams County 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office on March 16. “It’s just been a … more

Police Chiefs give input for rising crime

A deadly March 14 shooting in Northglenn is just one more recent example of rising crime in the Northern Metro area, according to city chiefs of police. Chiefs in Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster … more

Celebrating Denver’s culinary scene

Denver’s culinary scene is like a hidden gem nationally, said Justin Bresler, vice president of marketing for Visit Denver, but it’s something locals have always known about. Denver Restaurant … more

Colorado again loosens school COVID guidance

Citing a continued decline in the recent coronavirus surge, the state public health department updated its school COVID-19 guidance, laying out an option for K-12 schools to start treating the virus more like other infectious diseases in schools. more

Mask mandates lifted around Denver metro area

As Colorado has seen a continued decline in coronavirus spread, several counties have lifted the mask mandates that swept through the Denver metro area for schools and other indoor public places. more
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