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Pandemic strains Section 8 Housing program

Just over three years ago, Arvada resident Michael Gilbert’s life was turned upside-down after an unbelievable diagnosis — a tumor encasing part of his brain and most of his spine — and an even … more

The issue igniting the Douglas County election

When the 2020 race to elect two of the three Douglas County commissioners kicked off, candidates were gearing up for a race focused on long-standing issues like transportation, growth, school safety and gun control. more

Sculpt yourself at Denver’s Sculpture Park

When exercising, location makes a big difference when it comes to how enjoyable the experience can be. Denver Arts & Venues knows this extremely well, as the department organizes the annual Yoga … more

Union wants new Jeffco restart plan

Just two weeks before Jeffco’s 2020-2021 school year will begin, Jefferson County Education Association or JCEA, the local teachers union, plans to call on the district to change its process for … more

Douglas County School District condemns 'Defund DCSD' sign

After a sign was placed at a Douglas County elementary school reading “Defund DCSD, Fire Teachers,” the district superintendent called the incident disheartening and disappointing. A photo of the … more

Letter to the editor: Littleton schools community should speak out now

LPS community: Speak out now Tonight, Aug. 13, the Littleton School Board will decide whether to overrule the superintendent's proposal to send students back to the classroom in one week with … more

Owners on demise of a Denver food landmark

Formed on a foundation of friendship and the love of good food, after 38 years, Racines is closing its doors for good. This transition into retirement has been in the works for a while, but wasn’t … more

Polis urges caution as virus trends improve

Just over half a month since Gov. Jared Polis issued a statewide mask-wearing order — and two weeks since he cut down Colorado's last call for alcohol to 10 p.m. to discourage unruly socializing … more

Cherry Creek schools will start in-person class Aug. 17

Pointing to a decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases in Arapahoe County over the past 10 days, the Cherry Creek School District announced in-person classes will begin Aug. 17 as previously … more

Douglas County families grapple with return to school

Christina Pease planned to start a part-time job when her oldest child, Caleb, began kindergarten at South Ridge Elementary School in Castle Rock this fall. She wanted to contribute to her family's … more

Letter to the editor: Van Winkle brings right approach for Colorado House

Van Winkle brings right approach All of us in Highlands Ranch have been impacted by the COVID-19 economic shutdown and many are working hard to try to make ends meet. Now more than ever, our … more

No rides at Douglas County Fair, but plenty of critters

While there weren’t rides, concessions or crowds at the event, the Douglas County Fair & Rodeo still took place in Castle Rock with a focus on agriculture, livestock and rodeo. more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County commissioners should reconsider Tri-County decision

Commissioners should reconsider If limited government and health are truly important to our county commissioners, they must do what is reasonable and reconsider their commitment to separate from … more

Letter to the editor: Just wear a mask

Just wear a mask Douglas County Republican politicians should take a page out of Grand County’s COVID-19 play book and stop whining about Governor Polis and his efforts to keep Colorado safe. … more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County commissioner candidate Darien Wilson listens to facts

Darien Wilson listens to facts As a resident of Douglas County I was very disappointed with the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) decision to opt out of having to wear a mask. My concern now is … more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County school board dropped the ball

School board dropped the ball On July 25, a vote by the Douglas County School Board to support Superintendent Tucker’s “hybrid” education plan was one of the most tone-deaf decisions by a … more

Colorado high school football moves to spring

Colorado high school football will be played in the spring because of COVID-19 concerns, the state’s governing body for prep sports announced Aug. 4.   Football practices are now set … more

Pandemic Self Portraits at 40 West

First Friday events are among the most popular summer happenings for galleries and arts organizations all over the metro area. Which means that even though they were going to look different, … more

Columbine class of 2020's resiliency celebrated at delayed ceremony

On the last day that Columbine High School’s class of 2020 would gather together, Columbine principal Scott Christy harkened back to the students’ first day at the school. more

A little library in the forest connects neighbors during COVID-19 (VIDEO)

On a forested mountain outside of Evergreen, at 8,500 feet elevation, Mary O’Rourke was inspired by COVID-19 to create a Little Free Library for her community. more
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