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Westminster leaves RMMA noise roundtable

Westminster city council decided on June 29 to back out of the Community Noise Roundtable at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport citing a lack of action done by the group and increased … more

Douglas County School District open meetings appeal denied

A judge has denied the Douglas County School Board’s request to reconsider or clarify an order that prohibits the board from having serial meetings to avoid Colorado Open Meeting Law … more

Food truck park in Westminster is full of possibilities

Blake Sanchez met Jeffrey Range at a mutual friend’s wedding four years ago. Now, they opened Westminster’s latest food truck park. Run Westy Run, equipped with tables, music, six … more

Elbert County scores high for health

Elbert County was recently ranked as the 99th healthiest community in the United States by U.S. News & World Report. more

Fort Lupton council OKs trial run for new employee insurance

  Fort Lupton City Council approved a trial run for a new employee insurance plan during a July 5 … more

Full house at Riverdale Animal Shelter

Riverdale Animal Shelter has been taking in many animals this year due to the housing crisis and financial stress people are experiencing. "The most common trend we see is financial stress is one … more

Fort Lupton approves parts of Flats at Lupton Village plan

                Fort Lupton City Council approved two of three items related to the Flats at Lupton Village development … more

Fort Lupton council green lights first step for new car wash

Fort Lupton City Council took the first steps toward approving a new car wash during its July 5 meeting. Council unanimously approved a building and development and a baseline engineering request … more

LeBlanc stepping down as Fort Lupton chamber executive director

Cody Leblanc, Fort Lupton Chamber of Commerce executive director, is resigning as of January 30, according to a news release. Leblanc joined the Chamber in July 2021 but announced to the Chamber … more

Denver-area law enforcement reports 'largest fentanyl seizure' on any U.S. highway

It marks one of the largest fentanyl busts in Colorado, which has seen a spike in deaths from fentanyl overdoses in recent years. According to the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, more than 900 people in Colorado died of fentanyl overdoses last year. more

Thornton resident competes in American Ninja Warrior

She’s an American. She’s not a ninja or a warrior, but she might be the next American Ninja Warrior.  Jaelyn Bennett, a resident of Thornton and graduate of Horizon High School, … more

Spotlight on Dads of Elbert County

A local men’s organization, Dads of Elbert County (DoEC), has been making significant strides toward their goal of bringing positive change to the community. more

Englewood police arrest man accused of shooting, killing 21-year-old

Englewood police arrested a 37-year-old man July 4 for allegedly shooting and killing a 21-year-old, the department said.  more

Commerce City, other cities, sue state

COMMERCE CITY -- Commerce City joined other area cities in challenging a new law that could have an impact on city coffers and construction of public schools. The existing law  said sales of … more

Littleton residents worry about housing affordability, availability

The lack of housing availability and affordability was discussed at length during a special town hall meeting hosted by the Littleton Independent on June 30. more

FEMA updates Marshall Fire assistance figures

The Federal Emergency Management Association said it provided more than $130 million to Boulder County and its communities in the six months since the Marshall Fire. The late December fire burned … more

Fort Lupton celebrates 4th of July early .. and with a swim

The city celebrated July 4 a few days early with a traditional Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 2, featuring a waterslide, food vendors and topped off with a fireworks show. more

Weekly declares victory in sheriff Republican primary

Darren Weekly has declared victory as the Republican candidate for sheriff of Douglas County after a few days of vote counting and a thin margin with the next leading candidate.  Weekly, the … more

Suspect in decades-old cold case murder found guilty by Arapahoe County jury

An Arapahoe County jury found David Anderson, 62, guilty of murdering Sylvia Quayle in her Cherry Hills Village home in 1981. The June 30 verdict brings to a close a  cold case that spanned more than four decades.  more

Rep. Jason Crow talks Supreme Court rulings, filibuster, Ukraine during town hall

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow's first two terms in Congress were unlike anything he expected. As he reflected on a "tumultuous four years" during a June 30 town hall in Littleton, he also fielded questions from constituents about the challenges ahead.  more
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