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Castle Pines deploys goats to tamp down wildfire risks

Don’t be surprised if you see goats in Castle Pines, they’re there to help prevent wildfires. more

Arapahoe County's new health department to see familiar faces in leadership

As the Tri-County Health Department heads for its Dec. 31 dissolution, much of its leadership will see a new chapter after Arapahoe County announced it would bring on staff for key roles in its new, self-serving health department.  more

Centennial Water OKs drought restrictions

The Centennial Water & Sanitation District Board of Directors voted to move into Stage 1 drought restrictions during its July 6 meeting. more

Elizabeth Cardinal Club run is a scorcher

The Elizabeth Cardinal Club held its fourth annual 5k run on July 4, bringing in 35 racers from around the community to compete for prizes and bragging rights. more

Foothills entities get $2M for wildfire mitigation

The state of Colorado has awarded foothills entities $2 million to help with wildfire mitigation, and the organizations want to use the money to perform work on the west end of Evergreen and Conifer to try to slow a catastrophic wildfire. more

Walker returns to prefab concrete industry in Brighton

Philip Walker is the new director of business development for the Mountain States region of Wells, a national prefabricated concrete building manufacturer.  The company's western … more

Brighton hospital gets grant for nursing program

A $1.5 million grant from Adams County should help  Brighton's Platte Valley Medical Center find and retain nurses, hospital officials said. County officials presented a grant to the hospital … more

Mobile home residents ask Gov. Polis to visit

Mobile home park proponents and residents have asked Colorado Gov. Jared Polis to visit and meet the people affected by his recent veto of the rent stabilization component in HB22-1287,  known as the “Protection for Mobile Home Park Residents Act.” more

Pioneer Fourth returns to history museum in Kiowa

The Elbert County Historical Society & Museum held its 22nd annual Pioneer Fourth celebration on the Fourth of July. The event is the museum’s largest fundraiser of the year. more

Douglas County House races feature new candidates

Douglas County voters will have a slate of new faces vying to represent them in various Colorado House Districts on the ballot this November.  Facing off in HD43, which covers a majority of … more

Homeless camping ban policies differ widely across Denver metro area

The sight of a person pushing a shopping cart full of belongings, begging for money on major streets or sleeping outdoors is common in many places around the Denver metro area, and the laws that dictate where unhoused people can’t rest differ across the many cities and towns in the region. more

One in custody after Commerce City theft, kidnapping

Commerce City police said one person is in custody after a car theft and the kidnapping of a child. It happened around 11:20 a.m. July 9 in the 8900 block of East 104th Avenue. A press statement … more

Here’s who is on the ballot in Arapahoe County this November

Arapahoe County voters will decide the outcomes of seven races in the Nov. 8 General Election, choosing to fill two county commissioner seats and voting on the county’s sheriff, treasurer, assessor, clerk and recorder and coroner.  more

Former Douglas County assistant principal sues district for religious bias claim

A former Ponderosa High School assistant principal is suing Douglas County School District, alleging he was fired for expressing his Christian beliefs. more

Denver DEA office lost suspect in 'largest fentanyl seizure' on U.S. highway

Denver DEA agents allowed a 26-year-old driver who was transporting 114 pounds of fentanyl powder toward Denver to continue driving after they seized the deadly drug. Officials later lost the suspect, who remains at large. more

New ride in town

The City of Brighton brings environmentally-friendly Bird electric e-scooters to the community as another source of transportation. The city officials launched the Bird scooters on June 30 at … more

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office to launch its own police academy program

After decades of relying on other law enforcement agencies to train its recruits, the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office will launch its own police academy this month, the office announced in a … more

Castle Rock's downtown development not close to straining street capacity

Castle Rock’s downtown intersections won’t face capacity issues for a while, according to a recent study commissioned by the town to assess how development is impacting traffic. At the … more

Hundreds celebrate Fourth of July by participating in Lone Tree’s family ride and stroll event

Dressed in a red and blue tie-dyed shirt and star-patterned blue shorts, 9-year-old Zeva Baah excitedly prepared for one of her favorite Independence Day celebrations: Lone Tree’s “4th of … more

Centennial blood drive helps address critical shortage

After second grade teacher Katie Bolger, a 34-year-old Centennial resident, read an article about a critical need for blood donations and learned there would be a community blood drive July 1, she … more
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