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Proposed Englewood residential complex faces public hearings Monday

A proposed 395-unit residential development near West Oxford Avenue and South Navajo Street will come before Englewood City Council on March 6 for a public hearing, providing an opportunity for … more

'This is a band-aid:' Douglas County School District approves inflationary raises

In the hopes of gaining a slight advantage this hiring season, the Douglas County School District board approved salary increases for staff earlier than in the past, bumping starting teacher pay from … more

Colorado bill to expand county boards of commissioners to 5 members fails

A proposal to put a larger number of elected leaders at the helm of large counties in Colorado — and to require at least some of those leaders to represent specific areas of their counties — met defeat in the state legislature. more

Meth remediation professionals could face more accountability with new senate bill

In light of public libraries across the state finding drug contamination in communal spaces, a woman from Evergreen wants people to know contamination could be lurking anywhere — even in homes — and that’s why she’s teaming up with State Sen. Lisa Cutter to introduce a bill that would hold remediators accountable.  more

Littleton High School parents reflect on lockdown

When Littleton High School ninth grader Osso Siddall heard lockdown alarms begin during his lunch period­, he did the safest thing he could think of — He ran. more

Fort Lupton HS salutes DECA qualifiers

Eleven students from Fort Lupton High School qualified for the DECA District 7 Conference at the University of Northern Colorado. Six of the 11 qualified for the DECA state conference at the … more

Elizabeth High School girls make their mark

An all-female group of five Elizabeth High School athletes committed to colleges and universities on National Signing Day, Feb. 3. The girls represent Elizabeth High School’s exceptional softball and track and field teams. more

RTD looking to lower fares, attract more riders

RTD is in the process of lowering and simplifying costs, with new, lower fares a possibility by the first quarter of 2024 and if approved by the board. It came out of their Fare Study and Equity … more

Candidates crowd races for Highlands Ranch Metro District, Centennial Water

Multiple candidates will run for open seats on the Highlands Ranch Metro District and the Centennial Water and Sanitation District boards of directors in the May 2 election. Eight people have … more

Fort Lupton: Economic development begins with swapping ideas

Fort Lupton City Council and staff members have some ideas about how best to attract businesses to town and what sort of businesses are missing. The discussion came during a town hall meeting Feb. … more

Garbage gets attention of Fort Lupton council

Fort Lupton City Council talked trash during its Feb. 28 town hall meeting. But instead of dissing, the council was exploring options for trash removal services. Council seemed to think that … more

Another swatting incident, another false alarm in Brighton

For the second time in as many weeks, Brighton police said there is no credible evidence to indicate a threat to an area school. The latest involves Pennock Elementary. It ended shortly before … more

Nominate a teenager for the Outstanding Youth Awards

The deadline to nominate a teenager for the Douglas County Youth Initiative Outstanding Youth Awards ends March 3. more

Elizabeth considers community center

The Town of Elizabeth has held two meetings with residents to discuss the possibility of building a local community and senior activity center. On Feb. 18, more than 50 people were present for the … more

Brighton, Commerce City police departments capture sex-assault suspect

UPDATE at 12:15 p.m. March 3 -- The Commerce City and Brighton police departments’ sexual assault task force arrested 47-year-old Jason Mickel Brigham March 2. A press statement said … more

Littleton Police Department releases footage of police shooting

The Littleton Police Department released security camera footage, body camera footage and police dispatch audio from Feb. 2, when an officer shot and killed Stephen Poolson Jr. more

Talking ‘Twin Victories’, new generation speaks

For now, Gabrielle Martin, speaks for her father as well as herself. “Here we are in 2023, and we are still talking about getting recognition for the Tuskegee Airmen,” Martin said. “You talk … more

Plant shop takes root in Centennial

To look at Jessica Austin’s shop, you’d never know she has a passion for death. The 900-square-foot space in Centennial feels too bright and fresh.  “People are very surprised when I tell them … more

Woodworker adds Parker showroom

Garrett Pickrel, a U.S. Navy sailor turned IT professional turned woodworker, is expanding his business’s presence in Colorado with a showroom in Parker.  “I’m super stoked that I have a … more

Englewood considers increasing housing density to tackle affordability issues

As Englewood tackles housing affordability issues, tension has risen between some residents and city council members regarding a potential rezoning the council is considering that would increase … more
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