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Tri-County Health services cover more than COVID

While much emphasis has been put on the COVID-19 work done by the Tri-County Health Department, the agency also provide dozens of unrelated, often unnoticed services that impact the daily lives of … more

Local arts offer path to 'shared experience'

Seemingly ever-rising levels of political polarization — particularly amid issues of the coronavirus pandemic — may be wearing on Coloradans, but one place where all of that can melt away is at … more

Suspect arrested in shooting of Littleton police officer after standoff in Brighton

The man suspected of shooting and hospitilizing a Littleton police officer earlier this week has been arrested, police said.  Rigoberto Valles Dominguez, 33, was taken into custody late … more

Opinion: Biden’s infrastructure plan is too much

President Biden’s $3.5 trillion social spending package is not the way to go. Certainly, the $1 trillion infrastructure funding package is long overdue and much needed throughout America’s … more

Opinion: Colorado needs the right plan to expand early education

This summer, Gov. Jared Polis signed a historic bill to support universal Pre-K education in Colorado. The legislation’s passage represented a major milestone in a decades-long quest. more

Opinion: The 5 C’s for retaining top talent starts with connection

This is the first in a five-part series on best practices for attracting, hiring and keeping top talent. more

Local musician receives lifetime award signed by Biden

With an independent career spanning decades and playing with some of music’s top performers such as Anita Baker, Whitney Houston and The Temptations, it is no surprise that Gerald Albright was … more

Boosters praise promise of 5280 Trail across Denver

The final stretch of the walk from Denver Union Station to the Buell Public Media Center on 21st and Arapahoe has become a lot shadier ... in a good way. More than 30 Shumard oak trees line the … more

Colorado's hospitals have bent, but not broken, during new COVID surge

Nearly 19 months in, these are some of the toughest days for Colorado hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic. Even as the latest surge in coronavirus hospitalizations appears to have plateaued — … more

Police arrest suspect in Littleton police officer shootings

Brighton police are working a barricade situation involving the suspect in the shooting of  two Littleton police officers earlier in the week. It started around 3:45 p.m.  in the area of … more

Teen gets 40 years to life in shooting of high school student in Centennial

The father of Lloyd Chavez IV stood at the lectern in court, a stuffed animal lying beside him. more

Letter to the editor: Keep it clean

  As the November election approaches, citizens are deciding for whom to vote. The Westminster City Council has had to deal with a variety of challenges over the past few years and following … more

Letter to the editor: Supporting the mask mandate

  As someone who witnessed the havoc COVID-19 raged on ICUs across the state after my dad had to be admitted for multiple strokes, I am very supportive of the Jeffco Public Schools mask … more

Letter to the editor: A small way to help get past this nightmare

  Nobody, including me, enjoys wearing a mask. But while our daughter is at school, it is a simple and effective way to keep everyone safe. I know we all were really hoping that things would … more

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Re-8 teacher urges reconsideration of mask use

A Fort Lupton High School teacher urged the Weld Re-8 School District and its board of education to do more to protect students and staff from coronavirus. more

Job training on the menu at Westminster's Mountain View Cafe

There are two benefits to the Sept. 15 grand opening of the Work Options Mountain View Cafe in Westminster, according to Adams County officials. First, it will provide job training for Adams County … more

Opinion: Candidates weigh in on public safety tax, debt

One of the Westminster TABOR ballot questions would increase the existing Public Safety sales and use tax by 15/100 of 1% without an expiration date. It is projected to initially generate $5 million … more

Open your door to the built environment

Even a casual drive around the Denver metro area will unveil a bevy of architectural gems, with even more design secrets hiding behind doors you might not expect. But since getting an invite to house … more

Advisory board calls for renaming Squaw Mountain in Clear Creek County

The Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board on Thursday made its first recommendation: changing the name of Squaw Mountain in Clear Creek County to Mestaa’ehehe Mountain. After a year of plodding … more
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