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In Incheon, South Korea, flying orbs whistle, buzz and clash in the air in an effort to glide through hoops for points. If you’ve ever seen Harry Potter, it’s a lot like a remote-controlled, electric version of Quidditch.
A Commerce City author has turned her thoughts about raising her three sons into a top selling on Amazon.
Commerce City's Andrea Lende published "A Mother's Love," this past Mother's Day. The …
A group of middle school teens got to see how local government operates firsthand, helping to conduct a Fort Lupton City Council meeting.
"It was a great opportunity for them to see how the town …
A lot of factors prompted Fort Lupton’s Will Alvarado to choose Mesa State University in Grand Junction as his next academic and athletic stop.
Fort Lupton High School students opened a greenhouse to provide plants for the community.
"We started a school-based enterprise, the Devils Garden, which we call our greenhouse, to provide …
With the number of opioid overdoses out of proportion in Adams County, nurses from the county health department are hoping to train the public to administer Narcan
"One in eight opioid …
The Adams County Health Department Nurses are celebrating Nurses Week and rolling out a new mobile unit to test for sexually transmitted diseases, prevention, and treatment.
"Since the …
Pools around the metro area are gearing up to open for the summer. That is, if there are enough lifeguards.
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Thursday, December 1, 2022
Fees to use Coyote Creek Golf Course in Fort Lupton may increase next year. But if Fort Lupton City Council approves, it won’t be by very much.
Tyler Tarpley, the course manager, proposed a …
Monday, May 22
There’s something about athletics that appeals to Fort Lupton High School’s Rylee Balcazar.
She’s won 10 varsity letters through her three years of high school: three letters …
Monday, May 22
Three of the area's schools, Fort Lupton, Arvada and Englewood, sent players to an all-star game in Frontier League soccer last week.
Tuesday, May 16
The search for his next chapter is over for Frederick’s Matias Aldana. The choice is in: the senior basketball player will move on to Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D.
Friday, May 12
Eagle Ridge Academy picked a good time May 11 to put all of its pieces together.
Thursday, May 11
When it comes to broadcast sports coverage at the high school level, Frederick High School’s Golden Eagles Broadcast Network (GEBN) sets the bar in the state.