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State recommends COVID revaccinations for some

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment recommended COVID revaccinations for as many as 700 doses administered earlier this year.   One of the affected clinics was the … more

CinemaQ aims to unite, enlighten

There’s never been an entirely safe time to live life as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, but some historical moments are more difficult than others. But no matter what the national mood is, its … more

Arapahoe County's eviction clinic faces high demand: 'We often have to turn people away'

A recently launched Arapahoe County program aimed at keeping people housed is operating in the county that had Colorado's highest eviction rate last year, according to state court data. more

State’s unemployment loan on track to be paid off

Colorado has paid back 87% of the $1 billion it borrowed from the federal government to provide out-of-work Coloradans unemployment benefits during the pandemic. As of the start of August, the … more

Kids show rabbits at Elbert County Fair

The Elbert County Fair hosted its annual 4-H Rabbit Show in association with Colorado State University Extension. The event was held on Aug. 2 at the Elbert County Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall. more

Where Colorado jobs would be if pandemic hadn’t happened

Thanks to a gain of 4,500 nonfarm payroll jobs in June, Colorado has now recovered 110.1% of jobs lost in the first two months of the COVID-19 pandemic. That helped push down Colorado’s … more

Megan Vasquez reflects on her time as Elizabeth mayor

Elizabeth Mayor Megan Vasquez, who has chosen not to seek reelection to her post, looks back over her four and a half years in the job. more

State halts work with Douglas County health contractor after complaints were 'piling up'

A Douglas County health contractor is under scrutiny from the community after its services were discontinued by the state following complaints, a lawsuit with a former business partner was settled, and the state labor department investigates. more

Metro Denver’s homeless population on the rise

The number of people experiencing homelessness was up 12.8% in 2022 compared to 2020, before the pandemic, according to preliminary data from the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative point-in-time … more

The statewide gun regulations adopted after Aurora theater shooting

The 2012 Aurora theater shooting, which left 12 people dead and 70 others injured, prompted Colorado Democrats to immediately begin pursuing tighter regulations on firearms. Since the attack 10 years … more

Coloradans face 10-12 week wait for unemployment pay

It’s now taking 10 to 12 weeks for Coloradans to get new unemployment claims processed by the state Department of Labor and Employment. There hasn’t been a sudden rise in new claims. Rather, said … more

Celtic Festival returns to Elizabeth

Elizabeth held its annual Celtic Festival at Casey Jones Park on July 16 and 17 for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. more

Heidi Ganahl selects Danny Moore, Navy veteran who was removed as head of redistricting panel, as her running mate

Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl on Monday announced Danny Moore as her running mate, a Navy veteran and entrepreneur who stoked controversy last year when he was removed as head of … more

Castle Pines deploys goats to tamp down wildfire risks

Don’t be surprised if you see goats in Castle Pines, they’re there to help prevent wildfires. more

Elizabeth Cardinal Club run is a scorcher

The Elizabeth Cardinal Club held its fourth annual 5k run on July 4, bringing in 35 racers from around the community to compete for prizes and bragging rights. more

Local teen fights eating disorder out of state

When the COVID-19 pandemic pushed schools to around the country to cancel in-person classes, Emma Warford was 15 years old, an active athlete, a good student and functioning well. However, as days … more

Vaccines for youngest Coloradans are here

As a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital Colorado, Dr. Sara Saporta-Keating knows well the toll the coronavirus has had on the country’s youngest residents. … more

Elbert County libraries offer summer programs

The Pines & Plains Libraries system has many new summer programs and events this year for residents of Elbert County. more

Keeping Indians mascot was struggle for Kiowa Schools

When the Kiowa School District succeeded in keeping its Indians mascot last month, it marked the end of the district’s lengthy effort to be exempted from a state law that generally bans Native American mascots. more

First monkeypox case reported in Colorado

There is no need to panic according to local medical experts who recently discussed the national news stories coming out about the spread of monkeypox and the mystery surrounding kids being diagnosed with hepatitis. more
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