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Elbert County golf event is win for veterans

The inaugural “Tee it Up for Veterans” golf tournament was held on July 11 at the Spring Valley Golf Club, drawing 122 participants in 31 teams. more

Suspect faces charges in Brighton teen's death

A 16-year-old faces a first-degree murder charge in connection with the fatal shooting of another teen in Ken Mitchell Park July 12. The Adams County District Attorney's Office filed the charge … 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

Colorado tourism businesses rebound in 2021

The Colorado tourism industry is bouncing back from the pandemic, but the recovery is not evenly distributed across the state. Front Range urban destinations have yet to see traffic return to 2019 … more

Mental health providers say they were “blindsided” again by Medicaid policies

Colorado mental health counselors in private practice say they’ve been surprised once again with new rules that will make it harder to treat the state’s most vulnerable patients: those with … more

Colorado health insurance prices set to jump next year

Health insurance prices for many Coloradans could rise by as much as 11% next year, the largest jump in five years. That’s the bad news in preliminary rate filings released July 12 by the Colorado … more

Environmental group sues over state’s air quality

The Environmental Protection Agency unlawfully approved a weak ozone-reduction plan from Colorado regulators, and should do far more to limit oil and gas drilling and other pollution in the Denver … more

Seven state Senate districts could shift control

The Colorado Senate is likely where Republicans have their best shot this year of taking back some control of state government from Democrats after four years in the minority of the legislative and … more

Adams 14 board president resigns

Adams 14 board of education President Ramona Lewis resigned. The announcemenet came from the district July 19; the resignation took effect July 17. Her term on the board began in 2019. A press … more

Elbert Day Festival is a hit

It was a scorching Saturday at the annual Elbert Day Festival on July 9, as hundreds of attendees from all around Elbert County showed up to take part in fun events, have great food, and shop from local vendors. more

Views differ on whether high schools should stop naming valedictorians

Soon after the Cherry Creek School District in Arapahoe County announced it would stop designating valedictorians in its high schools, the criticism started pouring in. more

Man charged in Brighton kidnapping

Today, the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office is announcing the filing of charges against Raul Ortega, 51. Ortega is charged with Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft for allegedly … more

Woman shot in Commerce City; investigation continues

A woman remained in an area hospital after a July 12 shooting in Commerce City. It happened around 1 a.m. in the 7100 block of Grape Street. A city statement said officers responded to a report of … more

Teen dies in Brighton park; suspect arrested

Brighton police announced an arrest in the July 12 shooting death of a 17-year-old in Ken Mitchell Park. The suspect, whose name wasn't released, is at the Prairie View Detention facility in … more

Freezing to death: Volunteers and researchers study one species’ response to a warming climate

On a nice July day, you might find Jennifer Zedalis up in the Alpine, with her 16-year-old daughter Sophie. Zedalis is lucky because she has a teenager who likes to wake up early — a necessity … 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

Brighton hospital gets grant for nursing program

A $1.5 million grant from Adams County should help  Brighton's Platte Valley Medical Center find and retain nurses, hospital officials said. County officials presented a grant to the hospital … more

Pioneer Fourth returns to history museum in Kiowa

The Elbert County Historical Society & Museum held its 22nd annual Pioneer Fourth celebration on the Fourth of July. The event is the museum’s largest fundraiser of the year. more

Homeless camping ban policies differ widely across Denver metro area

The sight of a person pushing a shopping cart full of belongings, begging for money on major streets or sleeping outdoors is common in many places around the Denver metro area, and the laws that dictate where unhoused people can’t rest differ across the many cities and towns in the region. more
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