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Judge issues gag order silencing Englewood police, city officials from discussing shooting

An Arapahoe County judge has issued an order preventing the Englewood Police Department and all other city officials from releasing any public statements regarding the July 24 police shooting that left a 22-year-old dead. more

Completed Douglas County commissioner probe not being released publicly

A monthslong investigation into Douglas County commissioner Lora Thomas by her colleagues wrapped up last week but the full results will not be released publicly. more

As Tri-County Health breaks up, different approaches play out in Douglas, Adams, Arapahoe counties

Arapahoe County has scooped up six Tri-County Health leadership staff to work for the upcoming single-county Arapahoe health department as Tri-County prepares to dissolve at the end of this year. Adams County will absorb one of those 10 leaders. Douglas County has not hired any of those key Tri-County staff members. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Big Boy comes roaring back

Having Big Boy 4014, Union Pacific's massive 1940s-era steam train engine, blast through Fort Lupton and Bright is becoming an annual experience. This is the third year straight the rail company … more

Douglas County moves forward with possible funding for large water supply proposal

Douglas County still wants to use COVID relief funds to secure future water, but may now back a plan to store unused South Platte River flow after dropping a controversial proposal to pipe water from the San Luis Valley. more

Challenge on horizon for Elizabeth business

A concern among many Elizabeth residents is how the influx of new chain businesses will impact small “mom and pop” shops, some of which are long-standing local institutions. more

Denver Zoo, state parks officials partner to save endangered boreal toad

On June 28, teams with the Denver Zoo and Colorado Parks & Wildlife released 570 boreal tadpoles into wetlands in a remote site in the Gunnison National Forest. more

Curious Theatre flips its script

Gearing up for what’s sure to be its most sterling season ever, Curious Theatre Company is raising the curtain on its big silver anniversary with a significant change of scenery — a new artistic … more

JCC Denver is a place for everyone

If there’s one characteristic of Denver’s Jewish community center that won’t change, it’s that everyone is welcome. “One of the exciting things about this JCC is that the doors are open to … more

Celebrating 35 years of Colorado artists

Growing up in Denver, Griffin Callahan enjoyed going to the Art Students League of Denver’s annual Summer Art Market. At the Summer Art Market, “you get to see the whole ASLD community on display … more

Littleton judge Ethan Feldman to retire by end of September

Littleton Presiding Municipal Judge Ethan Feldman has announced plans to retire by Sept. 30. Littleton City Council will meet in executive session Aug. 2 to discuss a process to fill Feldman's vacancy. more

Business corner: More clucks come to county with Slim Chickens

Parker has a new option for chicken fans as Slim Chickens opened its first store in the community Monday. more

Developer strikes deal with Littleton historic society to protect century-old barn

An effort to save a century-old barn on one of Littleton's last remaining parcels of undeveloped land proved successful — at least for the next several years — after a developer agreed to protect the structure that had been previously eyed for demolition. more

Fort Lupton council recaps CML conference

Fort Lupton City Council took some time July 26 to recap its visit to the 100th Colorado Municipal League conference in Breckenridge. The CML website says it offers “skills and education … more

Judge rules against Littleton resident who sued city over Aspen Grove election

An Arapahoe County District Court judge has ruled against a Littleton resident who sued the city for not holding an election sooner on what could be one of the most contentious issues on voters' ballots this November. more

Council discusses retail options at South Platte Valley Historic Park

The South Platte Valley Historic Park could be in for an overhaul. more

State halts work with Douglas County health contractor after complaints were 'piling up'

A Douglas County health contractor is under scrutiny from the community after its services were discontinued by the state following complaints, a lawsuit with a former business partner was settled, and the state labor department investigates. more

Man killed by Englewood police was gunman's brother, not shooter, affidavit says

A 22-year-old man who was shot and killed by Englewood police July 24 had not fired at the officers, according to an arrest affidavit for the victim's brother, who is accused of shooting at police and who was taken into custody. more

Plane pull to benefit state’s Special Olympics athletes

There’s a certain amount of effort involved in pulling an airplane and in helping your community. Tim Miner, the Special Olympics Colorado Male Athlete of the Year, likes to do both. more

United Power launches EV charging at home service

United Power launched United EV, a new charging-as-a-service pilot program designed to provide at-home charging solutions for cooperative members with electric vehicles. The Brighton-based energy … more
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