Brighton opts for long term ward changes
Brighton voters — at least 1,000 of them — should expect to see bigger changes in their City wards and precincts this year, after councilors agreed to make a long-term update to the city's …
Bull Riders take to arena at Adams County Fair
The Adams County Fair on August 1 featured the Professional Bull Riders from across the country and South America with riders on a bucking bull trying to stay mounted on the animal with one hand …
Day for Kids at Riverdale Regional Park
Kidchella Kids day at the Adams County Fair on August 5 was a fun day for kids to enjoy rides, games, activities and a petting zoo. The fair hosted the day aimed at kids with family-friendly …
Brighton introduces new aquatics hotline

The city of Brighton's aquatics department responded to the increasing number of COVID cases and resulting staffing issues with a new aquatics hotline .. 303-655-2251.   The city said it …

A little help seeing colors

Ryan Oakes was born colorblind but it wasn’t until first grade when his mother discovered it. “My mom was watching me color the tree trunks green and the leaves brown. She said, let’s get you …

.BHS student Sergio Svaldi said the STEM/CTE program "made it possible for me to have a competitive edge." He made his comments during a groundbreaking for the new STEM/CTE building at BHS Aug. 11.

SLIDES: 27J breaks ground for STEM/CTE Center

Though construction has been going on for a while, dignitaries from the city of Brighton, 27J Schools and Brighton High School students were in attendance Aug. 11 for a groundbreaking ceremony for …
Cody LeBlanc

Athletes’ eligibility comes under Re-8 board scrutiny

Eligibility issues at Fort Lupton High School caught some the attention from Weld Re-8 School District school board member Cody LeBlanc during a board workshop Aug. 11. LeBlanc said the district …

Westminster free mobility service for seniors, those experiencing a disability approved

Westminster city council approved a free transportation service for older adults and those experiencing disabilities on July 25. “I think it’s a fantastic way to leverage our funds by …
A piston engine aircraft at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.

Doctors, nurses ask Jeffco to take action on RMMA's leaded Avgas

A group of doctors sent Jefferson County commissioners a letter and a petition signed by 35 healthcare professionals asking the elected officials to act on leaded fuel at the Rocky Mountain …
Coming Attractions

CinemaQ aims to unite, enlighten

There’s never been an entirely safe time to live life as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, but some historical moments are more difficult than others. But no matter what the national mood is, its …
Actor Collin Quinn Rice in Denver-based OddKnock productions' "From on High."

Far from the darkened theater

Any great work of art is immersive — what differentiates these classics to what immersive art is seen as today is a matter of purpose and choice.
Coming Attractions

Let your ‘Hair’ down at Miners Alley

As Mark Twain once (supposedly) wrote, “history doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.” Miners Alley Playhouse is proving that’s true with its summer production of the rock and roll …
In Greenwood Village, Harry Marinsky’s “The Mad Tea Party” from the “Alice in Wonderland” series is displayed by the Museum of Outdoor Arts in Marjorie Park.

Molding art for the masses

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then taking a walk through most metro area communities can be a delightful treat for the eyes.
Allisa Weatherbee and Andrea Robarge competing who can carve off the end off the tree stump the quickest.

Chainsaw and Chuckwagons rev up in Frederick

The town of Frederick powered up the chainsaws for its 10th annual Chainsaws and Chuckwagons event July 20 through July 23 in Centennial Park.
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