Sidewalk. Sidewalk. Who's got the sidewalk?
A missing sidewalk caught the attention of Fort Lupton City Council during its May 5 meeting.Councilman Tommy ?Holton wondered what happened to the sidewalk on the east side of Fort Lupton High …
Who signs on the line for new library ownership?
Fort Lupton City Council, the city attorney and the Weld Re-8 board of education did not agree who should sign the title if and when the library moves to the north side of town. The library wants …
Council votes to talk with Metro Wastewater
Fort Lupton City Administrator Chris Cross summed up the feelings of many about the subject of mandatory wastewater plant improvements April 20.  “I wish there was a clear-cut answer. There …

STEM School shooter sentenced to life in prison without parole plus hundreds of extra years

“There is no describing the terror I still experience to this day," a teacher said during the sentencing.

Man shares story of fight against atrial fibrillation

For many years, Zach Ward thought his racing heartbeat was because he had too much coffee, exercised too much or got up too fast. In reality, he was suffering from a condition many Americans have …

Smart Child Safety Ideas Help Protect Babies, Toddlers

(NewsUSA) - One challenge that all busy parents face is how to keep a baby or toddler away from problem areas in the home. This month is Baby Safety Month, and is an important reminder to parents to …

Home modifications for independence

(BPT) - Being safe and comfortable at home is a large part of living well. Home modifications and repairs can help everyone prevent accidents and maintain an independent lifestyle, especially older …

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Kaden Lebsack said he will always treasure the opportunity to compete on ‘American Ninja Warrior.’

Castle Rock teen gets within 25 feet of $1M

In a record-breaking season, Castle Rock teen Kaden Lebsack came up just short of earning the $1 million grand prize as he was the last one standing in the 13th season of “American Ninja …
First-graders are seen on their second day of school on Aug. 12 at Second Creek Elementary School in Commerce City.

Mask rules drive parents’ demand for doctor notes

Colorado parents are seeking an end-run around mask requirements at their children’s schools: Doctor’s notes exempting them for dubious medical reasons. And in mask-averse Douglas County, where …

TikTok challenge damages Prairie View High School

The latest TikTok challenge that involves theft and property destruction made its way to Prairie View High School.             In a two-week …
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Cherry Creek Theatre Company will present “Steel Magnolias” Oct. 1-24 at the Elaine Wolf Theatre in Denver. From top left, Shannon Altner, Devon James, Erika Mori, Suzanne Nepi, Martha Harmon Pardee, and Tracy Shaffer.
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'Steel Magnolias’ coming to Elaine Wolf Theatre

“Steel Magnolias” will be presented Oct. 1 to 24 by Cherry Creek Theatre Company at the Elaine Wolf Theatre, Jewish Community Center, 350 S. Dahlia St., Denver, 303-800-6578. (Suzanne Nepi of …
Coming Attractions

Vail Film Festival ready for a bigger, bolder 2021

Doing something for the first time is always a fraught process, but you often come away with all kinds of beneficial lessons that can make it smoother next time. Such is the case for the Vail Film …
Julia Williams paints scales onto a stegosaurus as she continues work on her mural at the Dinosaur Ridge ticket booth on Sept. 8. The stegosaurus is the Colorado state dinosaur.

New mural brings dose of color to Dinosaur Ridge

Morrison’s Dinosaur Ridge has long provided a unique chance to see the footprints left by dinosaurs. But starting now, visitors will also get a fresh perspective of what it might have been like to …
Members of Broomfield's Police Honor guard stand outside of the Metro North Fire Rescue District's 2021 Sept. 11 commemoration ceremony. The four stood at attention during speeches and presentations in Broomfield's 9/11 Memorial and then led a short procession from the amphitheater to a nearby memorial wall.

Remembering 9/11 in Broomfield

Metro North Fire Rescue District joined with the City and County of Broomfield Saturday, Sept. 11 to mark the 20th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks. Featured speakers included Tom …
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