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Douglas County assessor announces bid to replace Patrick Neville

Douglas County’s assessor has announced that she will run to replace Rep. Patrick Neville in Colorado House District 45 this year. more

Finding acceptance in ‘Sordid Lives’

There’s unlucky timing, and then there’s starting a theater company not long before a global pandemic. Such is the case with the Wheat Ridge Theatre Company. But the company and its founder Maru … more

Ft. Lupton's Sanders makes the switch from softball manager to football player 

Scott Sanders loves all things baseball. It extended to a stint as manager of the Fort Lupton High School softball team in 2020; in the fall season, it was the closest thing to … more

New Elizabeth official spurs Wyoming mayor’s resignation

Less than three weeks into his new job as Elizabeth town administrator, Patrick Davidson sent an email that would result in the resignation of the mayor in Gillette, Wyoming. more

Boost Your Health In The New Year: Four Reasons To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more

Boost Your Health In The New Year: Four Reasons To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more

Boost Your Health In The New Year: Four Reasons To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more

Boost Your Health In The New Year: Four Reasons To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more

State to distribute free surgical grade masks

Starting later this week, public libraries, fire stations, recreation centers, VFWs, YMCAs and high-traffic community centers that have agreed to be local redistribution points will have KN95 and surgical-grade masks for those who ask. more

WeldCo sheriff's deputies looking for stolen ATV

HUDSON -- Weld County sheriff's deputies are looking for an ATV that was stolen from property near Hudson. It happened around 6 a.m. Jan. 15 in the 5500 block of Weld County Road 37. Sheriff's … more

Commerce City police need help finding urn's owner

Commerce City police would like to reunite a family with its urn. In a series of tweets, police said someone turned in an item containing the small urn to the department's property and evidence … more

One second can result in irreversible tragedy

Britney Lombard reminds caregivers not to leave little ones in the bathtub — not to grab a towel, not to answer the door, not for a moment.  “That one minute is when those tragedies are … more

Virus surge may be ‘more severe than prior waves’

Local public health officials and analysts implored the public not to let its guard down as the omicron variant drives a dramatic coronavirus surge in Colorado. “We believe it is important for … more

Persistence is more than just pushing through

So, we stopped doing what we needed to stop doing. And we started new and better activities and positively rewarding habits with an understanding of how important it is to build and maintain momentum … more

COVID and Adams 14 schools .. some open, some remote

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Miss Rodeo Colorado loves Western lifestyle

Ashley Baller of Parker was crowned as the 66th Miss Rodeo Colorado on Jan. 8 at the National Western Stock Show, after more than a decade in the rodeo royalty circuit. more

Brighton introduces new aquatics hotline

The city of Brighton's aquatics department responded to the increasing number of COVID cases and resulting staffing issues with a new aquatics hotline .. 303-655-2251.   The city said it … more

Front Range blood supplies running low

The American Red Cross has been sending up the red flag, stressing that there is a nationwide blood shortage and Colorado is no different. In fact, along the Front Range, hospitals are managing but … more

Littleton schools study could help in fight against youth suicide

A two-year study focusing on the relationship between social environments and youth suicide could provide a “partial roadmap” for schools and communities looking to improve the promotion of … more

Ex-Brighton HS football player joins Nebraska staff

            Bryan Applewhite can add a new sticker to his well-traveled … more
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