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Holiday lights down on the farm

Once again, Denver Botanic Gardens' Chatfield Farms site is aglow with holiday color in a rustic setting with the return of Trail of Lights. Wandering paths take you under illuminated trees and … more

Lakey’s journey to Frederick is long – and successful

              Frederick football player River Lakey just finished his junior football season for the … more

A COVID head-scratcher: Why lice lurk despite distancing

The Marker family of Parker opened their door on a recent evening to a woman dressed in purple, with a military attitude to cleanliness. Linda Holmes, who has worked as a technician with LiceDoctors … more

Tiny houses, big purpose: Adams 12 program building space for kids who need it

Mix an Adams County high-school vocational program with a philanthropist who has a soft spot for kids and what do you get?  A plan to build tiny houses, five to start with, with the possibility of … more

Christmas tea is Dec. 10

. This year's United Methodist Church's Women's Christmas tea starts at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, at 306 Park Ave.   This year's event will feature Susie Knight a multi-talent western … more

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New Eye for Art exhibit ‘Return to Summer’ More than 50 artists and 160 pieces of art are now featured in the newest Eye For Art “Return to Summer” exhibit at City Hall. The artwork ranges … more

Community honors Platte Valley paramedic

Family, friends and other first responders honored Platte Valley Ambulance Batallion Chief Smith Nov. 17. Smith was honored with a procession that started at Orchard Church in Brighton. Smith was a … more

Tri-County Health issues new mask mandate for Adams, Arapahoe

Facing the possibility that the current COVID-19 surge could breach Colorado’s hospital capacity, the public health agency for Adams and Arapahoe counties Monday issued a new indoor mask mandate through at least the end of the year. more

Mask mandate for indoor spaces in Jeffco beginning Nov. 24

The Jefferson County Public Health department's board voted 4-1 Monday to pass a new health ordinance to require people ages 3 and older to wear masks when within public indoor spaces as a COVID-19 safety measure.  more

A safe place to go for the holiday

The Thanksgiving holiday, for all of its familial tradition, can be a stressful day for anyone. But it can be a make-or-break day for someone recovering from addiction. “When I got divorced, I was … more

Starting the season in North Metro Denver

Friday, Dec. 3 Thornton Santa Calling registration deadline: Dec. 3 is the last day to sign up their youngsters to have the Santa Claus call between 6 and 8 p.m. Dec. 14 through 16, specifying a date … more

VIDEO: AdCo deputy cleared of third-degree assault

BRIGHTON -- An Adams County jury returned a not-guilty verdict in a third-degree assault trial of Adams County Sheriff's Deputy Andrew McCormick Nov. 18. McCormick was charged with assaulting a … more

Fort Lupton Parade of Lights set for Dec. 10

Entries for this year's Parade of Lights are due Friday, Dec. 3. The event is at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10. Downtown Fort Lupton and the Fort Lupton High School LULAC club are the … more

Angel Tree project wraps up Dec. 1

The deadline to participate in this year's Fort Lupton Optimist Club's Angel Tree project is Wednesday, Dec. 1. Stop by the Fort Lupton Recreation Center, 203 S. Harrison Ave., Fort Lupton Pack and … more

They came to the Colorado Center for the Blind seeking confidence. They left traumatized.

Sexual abuses were kept quiet for decades at the world-renowned Littleton school, former students and employees allege more

Colorado issues tough draft rules for Suncor refinery

Colorado will for the first time monitor and limit runoff of PFAS, dangerous “forever chemicals” threatening drinking water across the nation, at Suncor’s Commerce City Refinery as part of a … more

Colorado legislative maps get final approval

The Colorado Supreme Court has unanimously approved new state Senate and House maps, the final hurdle the redistricting plans needed to clear before being adopted ahead of the 2022 election. The … more

Giving thanks: Residents across the Denver metro area share what they're thankful for

Whether it’s simply giving thanks or the Thanksgiving holiday, gratitude has special meaning this time of year. more

Panel pushes solutions to Colorado's youth mental health crisis

Not letting up on federal and state lawmakers, Children's Hospital Colorado held another roundtable discussion to push the message that action needs to be taken immediately to address growing mental … more

Zillow went on a Front Range home-buying binge, months before collapse of home-flipping business

The collapse of online real estate giant Zillow’s venture into home buying and selling, announced Nov. 2, can be traced, in one small part, back to its over eagerness to invest in Colorado’s … more
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