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Biblical book author makes the best sellers list

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 … more

Long haul truck dealerships begins work in Fort Lupton

The City of Fort Lupton continued to expand with significant companies and added another industry to its city Intermountain Trailers. Construction Concepts will build its 37,000  square feet … more

Therapy canines help kids at Fort Lupton middle school

If a tiny 6-year-old Yorkie-Poo therapy dog named Dorothy Rae can capture the hearts of the inmates at the Platte Valley Jail, Sylvia Stribling just imagines what she can do with middle school … more

AirLife Denver HealthOne ambulance and helicopter added to the North

North Suburban Medical Center added an AirLife Denver HealthOne ambulance and helicopter emergency service to its campus to serve the North Metro communities at 9191 Grant Street, Thornton, Colorado, … more

Fort Lupton Little Caesar Pizza employs special needs adults

David Maddox, Calvin Kind, and Liz Chavez merged their hearts, starting a couple of programs at Little Caesars Pizza in Fort Lupton to employ special needs persons, teach a group of special needs … more

Steven Douglas takes United Power Board of Directors seat

Steven Douglas won the United Power Board of Directors seat by 3,614 votes in the East District. Tamra Waltemath ran unopposed and re-seated with 5,918 votes in the mountain region, and … more

Searching for the golden egg

The children of Fort Lupton celebrated Easter hunting for the golden egg on Saturday, April 8, at the Community Park Recreation Center. Crossroads Community Church, First United Methodist Church, and … more

Taste of Fort Lupton a showcase of city treats

The Taste of Fort Lupton Chamber was packed with community sampling food from several restaurants at the Fort Lupton Recreation Center on March 30. Fort Lupton's House of Smoke brought samples of … more

Blessings in a bag program was blessed to keep going

Mari and Buck Bergstrom we ready to retire from their life's work, BT Construction, but they weren't ready to stop working with their community. "I was looking for a ministry, something that I … more

Mexican restaurants a cornerstone of Denver metro area’s late-night food scene

Type in “restaurant” on Google Maps and set the filter to “open 24 hours.” You’ll be hard pressed to find any local restaurants serving up food to the night owls, late workers and early risers. more

Colorado home prices see biggest sustained dip in more than a decade

It’s a statistic that, not long ago, homebuyers could have only dreamed of: The median price of a single-family home in the Denver area dropped by more than $90,000. more

New take on boosting food security in Brighton

Andrew Sword stepped in to take on the executive director role for Brighton Shares the Harvest on February 1 after it had been closed this spring. "Our Board had decided last fall to shut down … more

Aims Community College students help with free tax preparation

Aims Community College students and volunteers are helping to prepare electronic federal and tax returns for low to middle-class families free of charge in Fort Lupton through March 3. The program … more

Boys and Girls Club celebrate National Pizza Day

Fort Lupton's Boys and Girls Clubhouse at Butler Elementary transformed into a busy pizzeria Feb. 9, thanks to Wholly Stromboli owner Melissa Rickman. Rickman brought her Wholly Stromboli team and … more

Aims program seeks to fill nursing aid shortage

With the high demand for nurses aide the Fort Lupton Aims Community College offers a nurses aide course to fill the gap. "We are only offering one per semester with a grant passed by Gov. Polis … more

Dog trainer opens 11,200 square foot facility

As a new pet owner, Chris Pelle wanted to train his young German Shepherd for personal protection. At first, he did it as a hobby, working with friends and acquaintances. "I've always been very … more

Aims expands metal art program to Fort Lupton

Officials at Aims Community College are hoping their Fort Lupton campus can become the starting point for a new generation of metal artists. "We want to expand the class to more folk and … more

Small price drop unlikely to reverse skyrocketing home values in Colorado

Danielle and Stephan Storinsky “saw the writing on the wall.” It foretold how the housing market might change. So, earlier this year, the married couple sold their Arvada townhome. more

Expansion coming to St. Anthony North

A $115 million expansion will be coming to St. Anthony North Hospital with plans to break ground on Dec. 16. “In the area, it doesn’t matter what direction you look, everybody’s … more

Ukrainian refugee lands a job with Christian Brothers Automotive

When Russia invaded Ukraine for a second time, bombing Yevhen Korotych home and destoryed the whole town, he barely escaped with his two children and his wife to get out and onto the United States. … more
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