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Tired of driving? Here’s how to get around Colorado on public transportation

Ever wanted to take a road trip across the state without slogging through an hours-long drive on highways? more

Brighton community remembers Bob Sakata

"An extraordinary person who lived an extraordinary life." "A man who was dearly loved." "An innovator." Those were some of the tributes for Brighton resident and farmer Bob Sakata, who died … more

Nick Snively becomes Elizabeth trustee

Nick Snively became the newest member of the Elizabeth Board of Trustees on May 10, filling the seat left vacant by Ron Weaver. 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

Man faces charges after allegedly fleeing Westminster police

BRIGHTON -- A 25-year-old man is due back in court for two appearances next month in connection with an incident in Westminster. Domenic Aguilar's disposition hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. … more

House fire under investigation in Commerce City

  The investigation continued June 20 into an early morning house fire southwest of Interstate 76 and East 74th Avenue.   The fire began during the morning rush bour in the 7300 … more

DA files murder charges in Aurora case

BRIGHTON -- A 26-year-old man faces first- and second-degree murder charges in connection with the March shooting death of a 50-year-old man. Ever Rodriguez-Tejada is due back in Adams County … more

Stroke advocate helps family though tough process

When a family member is taken to the hospital for a stroke, the pace of doctors and nurses is both chaotic and fast. Medical professionals know that if a stroke is in progress, the faster the … more

Elizabeth Stampede hosts three country music acts

By the end of the June 2 Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo concert, the Casey Jones Park rodeo arena was standing room only. more

One dead after car crash; Commerce City police continue investigation

Commerce City police continue to investigate a June 8 rollover crash that killed one person. It happened early June 8 in the 7600 block of Quebec Parkway. Police think the car was heading … more

Elizabeth Schools Superintendent Douglas Bissonette leaving for new job

In early June, Elizabeth School District Superintendent Douglas Bissonette informed school board members that he is resigning from his Elizabeth post after accepting a position elsewhere. more

Xtreme Bulls draw sold-out crowd in Elbert County

The Elizabeth Stampede hosted its 35th annual PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) sanctioned rodeo from June 3-5 at Casey Jones Park, drawing sold-out crowds for all events. more

Infinity Park blends music and movies for new summer season

It is a truth universally acknowledged that everything is better under a warm summer’s night sky. And that’s just one of the reasons the Music and Movies at Infinity Park series has been such a … more

Griswold appoints election supervisor in Elbert County

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold announced Thursday that she has appointed professional election administrator Christi Coburn  as a supervisor in Elbert County for the upcoming primary election. more

‘Music is a connector’

Growing up in Denver, Charles Luis Cox II remembers celebrating Juneteenth every year with family. They would pack a picnic and go to the park. Or, they would go to Lincoln Hills — historically a … more

State needs hundreds of thousands of EV chargers

Sitting in an electric vehicle with only 25 miles of range left in the battery, far from home in the cellphone waiting lot at Denver International Airport, a half hour of time to kill and a Dunkin’ … more

Coloradans need somewhere to safely dump old electronics

Craig McNeal wrestles the Toshiba wall-mounted TV — once futuristic, now problematic — onto the recycling warehouse’s scale. While still wrangling it into position, he guesses: 60 pounds? The … more

Invasive mussels haven’t been found in Colorado’s lakes and reservoirs

Zebra and quagga mussels do not yet exist in Colorado’s lakes and reservoirs, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife leaders are working hard to keep it that way. They’re stepping up enforcement efforts … more

Colorado gasoline prices among nation’s lowest

The third week of May was a brutal one for the U.S. economy, especially for those with money to invest. In Colorado, the economic news seemed a little more upbeat. The state’s unemployment rate … 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
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