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Mussel tussle: Contamination worries lead to motorboat ban

Powered watercraft, jet skis and any boat that needs to be brought in on a trailer will be banned from Standley Lake this summer for fears that non-native mussel species could be introduced. The city … more

Colorado New Play Summit aims to open doors

When a painter or sculptor begins a new work, she or he sets a pace and probably has a fairly clear vision of the desired end product. While it may undergo some critical input along the way, the … more

Sex education bill spurs concerns

The comprehensive sex education bill making its way through the state Legislature has spurred opposition from many in the religious and conservative communities, drawing concerns that the language of … more

'Red flag' bill to allow temporary removal of guns from high-risk owners is back

Introduced on the anniversary of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, a bill to allow law enforcement to remove firearms from those shown to be a risk to themselves or others has emerged again at … more

Another no for Thornton pipeline

Thornton officials are waiting for a written decision from Larimer County, after commissioners voted unanimously to deny the city’s proposed water pipeline on Feb. 11. “They can’t prevent us … more

Staying green on the white stuff

As sustainability becomes an increasingly important aspect of the outdoor recreation industry, one Colorado ski-gear company is making it a goal to offer the most eco-friendly, high-performance skis … more

Teens HOPEfull to drive out the stigma of mental health

Hundreds of teens are using the HOPEfull Drive as a tool to prevent teen suicide and end the stigma that surrounds teen depression, anxiety and other mental health issues. “Not a lot of people … more

Water storage in Colorado could become a defining issue

Colorado’s population continues to surge ahead. According to a forecast quoted by the City of Westminster, the state’s population will reach 7.8 million residents by 2040. This is alarming to say … more

Thornton pipeline plan get second hearing

The latest version of Thornton’s plan to pump water it owns from the Cache La Poudre west of Fort Collins has a new route, avoiding a residential neighborhood and busy street. It’s one part of … more

Advocates offer more magnet sites for homeless survey

Front Range homeless advocates will follow Jefferson and Adams County’s lead later this month, hosting special events to get a more accurate picture of Colorado’s homelessness problem. “I think … more

Playhouse gets personal in 2019 season

A new year means exciting new opportunities, and Golden’s Miners Alley Playhouse is embracing new possibilities with its 2019 season. “I am always looking for great plays that are helmed by great … more

‘I’m hopeful that life gets better’

Chloe McNamee, 17, a leader of Children's Hospital Colorado's Youth Advocacy Board, a group of 20 metro-area students who raise awareness and advocate for mental health, struggles with anxiety and … more

Northglenn wrestlers take a one-point dual win versus Legacy

Northglenn High School’s wrestling team endured a rough dual match against the Legacy Lightning, emergening from Legacy’s home gym with a one-point advantage, winning match 40 to 39. Legacy went … more

Digging your grave with your teeth

It turns out that Thomas Edison’s quote “We are digging our graves with our teeth” was actually revised from late 1600’s English physician and naturalist Thomas Moffett: “Men dig their … more

10 gifts 'Made in Colorado' for the outdoor adventurer

Colorado is home to a plethora of outdoor activities, with enthusiasts spending their days camping, hiking, mountain biking, climbing, fly fishing or on the slopes. The state is also home to many … more

Visit the isolated jewel of the Caribbean

For the entire second half of the 20th century and beyond, most Americans were presented with one perspective on the island nation of Cuba. Thanks to governmental changes in both nations, many are … more

Primate habitat is where it’s at

Michelle Valois says a typical day at the Denver Zoo is a lot of fun and a lot of work. Valois, a primate zookeeper, has been at the Denver Zoo for 17 years. Her job is to take care of the orangutans … more

Immerse yourself in films galore

The history of cinema is the history of technology: For every great breakthrough in the world of tech, cinema has found a way to incorporate it into storytelling. Recently, this relationship has gone … more

Westminster seeks feeback about arts, culture

Westminster residents who would like to help the city evaluate the arts and culture in the community are invited to one of two interactive sessions. The sessions on Oct. 29 and Nov. 7 will help the … more

Bryan Douglass, candidate for Surveyor

Party: Democratic
City: Lakewood
Profession: Professional Land Surveyor
Campaign Website: bpdouglass@gmail.com more
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