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Englewood’s water contains chemicals above EPA’s health advisory levels

Following changes by the Environmental Protection Agency last year, levels of man-made chemicals in Englewood’s water are now above the EPA’s newest interim health advisory levels, the … more

Thomas threatens Douglas County with legal action over cost of being investigated

A long-running conflict between Douglas County’s elected leaders could continue after county Commissioner Lora Thomas signaled she might take action to have her legal bills paid back if the county doesn’t decide to pay the cost. more

Rep. Jason Crow, LGBTQ+ advocates reflect on Club Q and need for change

Two months after the Colorado Springs Club Q shooting, U.S. Rep. Jason Crow sat down with 16 LGBTQ+ community advocates at the Transgender Center of the Rockies in Sheridan to discuss the needs and … more

South Metro Fire Rescue says no changes to emergency service expected after sending homeowners letter

Residents in the south Denver metro area may have felt confused when they received a letter from their firefighting agency about an “amended service plan.” more

New Littleton Museum exhibit connects science, nature, art

Camouflage, carpet tiles and heat maps are all part of a new science- and art-based exhibition coming to the Littleton Museum. more

Silver Plume purchases 200 acres to preserve history

The town of Silver Plume recently purchased 200 acres of Brown Gulch and Republican Mountain in an effort to protect cultural resources, preserve open space and protect the history of the town.  more

New VA Clinic to be built in Castle Rock

VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System (ECHCS) hosted a town hall at the Castle Pines Library Jan. 30 to discuss plans for the new Castle Rock VA Clinic and the expansions of the PACT Act and COMPACT Act. more

Complaint against postcards targeting Lora Thomas dismissed

An alleged campaign finance complaint filed by Douglas County Commissioner Lora Thomas for political postcards claiming she was wasting taxpayer time and money has been dismissed by the Colorado … more

Parker student receives Black Belt at Code Ninja

Family and friends gathered to celebrate 14-year-old Riley Jenkins on being the first to earn a Black Belt at Code Ninjas in Parker and is one of 57 kids around the world to achieve this accomplishment. more

Highlands Ranch staff rescue woman from frozen pond

When a woman chasing her dog out onto a frozen pond in Redstone Park fell through the ice into the frigid water on Jan. 10, two Highlands Ranch Metro District park staff leapt into action to rescue … more

First Strive to Thrive event of the year

With more than 20 agencies and organizations coming together to offer a resource fair to county residents, the Douglas County Community of Care Network held the first Strive to Thrive event of the year. more

Laydon again questions Thomas on leaking classified materials

Douglas County Commissioner Abe Laydon accused fellow Commissioner Lora Thomas of leaking classified materials regarding the board’s 2-1 decision to spend nearly $1 million on metal detector technology at STEM School Highlands Ranch. more

Heart disease symptoms can be unique

When it comes to heart disease, a local cardiologist says it is never too early to check to get checked out. According to experts, heart disease comes in many forms. as there are various types of heart disease and can present itself differently to each individual. more

At least 20 cars broken into in Douglas County

At least 20 cars were broken into in Douglas County in late January, and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in gathering information on the case and … more

Arapahoe County deputy rescues 93-year-old man from fire

A 93-year-old man was one of two people to go to the hospital with minor injuries caused by a fire at Club Valencia, a condominium building just outside of east Denver. more

Fort Lupton: Council gets explanation of how to make incentives work

Incentives to attract businesses to Fort Lupton are not the same as tax breaks. That’s according to Michelle Magelssen, the economic development manager for the city. She made her comments … more

Fort Lupton: Bevy of agreements to come before council

Engineering, mining pits, office space and prairie dogs. Those were some of the potential agreements set to come before Fort Lupton City Council during its Feb. 7 meeting, which is after press … more

Fort Lupton’s snow removal 101

Fort Lupton’s public works director, Roy Vestal, has a favorite piece of snow-removal equipment each winter. But, as he told city council during a Jan. 31 town hall, “Old Sol” … more

UPDATED: Englewood Public Library now offering limited services

The City of Englewood announced Wednesday that its public library is now offering limited services, as it remains closed to the public while undergoing methamphetamine contamination remediation. more

Elbert County Planning Commission recommends growth of subdivision

The Elbert County Planning Commission voted 6-0 on Jan. 24 to recommend approval of an amendment to the Independence subdivision planned unit development to allow more growth. more
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