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Respiratory viruses raise concern for children across Denver metro area

Mom Brianne Price knew respiratory illnesses could be a concern because her baby was born prematurely. Then her other child, her 4-year-old boy, came home with a cough. Soon after, Price was calling a nurse help line. more

Fort Lupton urges residents to lock cars, skip the warm-up

With the recent cooler weather,  the city of Fort Lupton has seen an increase in thefts of and from "puffing vehicles" and other unlocked motor vehicle thefts, as well as vehicle trespassing … more

Brighton picks winners in annual plow naming contest

Nine students won the naming of the City of Brighton snow plow contest. The winners will be recognized on December 6 at the city council meeting.  "Judging this contest has become quite a … more

Three in custody, police recover one handgun at Prairie View High School

Brighton police and 27J School District officials said a Dec. 1 lockdown at Prairie View High School may have started with an altercation off campus. Police eventually arrested three juveniles and … more

Fort Lupton council adopts 2023 budget

Fort Lupton City Council approved the 2023 budget during a Nov. 29 regular meeting at City Hall. The budget contains $72 million in revenue spread out over several funds, including the general … more

Collectable holiday ornament from 'Colorado's home' now available

The Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund’s 2022 holiday ornament is now available. The 14th in the collectable holiday ornament series, the 2022 ornament is inspired by the 1914 … more

Fort Lupton council: Money outgoing, incoming dot council agenda

Fort Lupton City Council approved a loan of no more than $25 million from the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority for tap fees, part of planned wastewater treatment plant … more

Coyote Creek Golf Course fees may increase slightly

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 … more

High school seniors reflect on life lessons from athletic careers

For high school seniors a few months from graduation, athletics have helped them prepare for the ups and downs, and the responsibilities of adult life. more

MCA Denver shares artists’ creative process

There’s a podcast now for almost everything — listeners can get guidance on tackling mental health challenges, learn about practically any period of history and develop strategies for a fantasy … more

Mount Evans name change to Mount Blue Sky moves to governor's office for final approval

The Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board moved to make an official recommendation to Colorado Gov. Jared Polis to change the name of Mount Evans to Mount Blue Sky.  more

Colorado’s Prop 123 affordable housing initiative could face rocky future

Voters in November also sought to reduce their taxes and, taken together, the changes could lead to difficult decisions down the road. more

Consumers encouraged to keep some holiday spending local

Reality is simple: Local businesses are at a disadvantage when competing with the price and convenience of Amazon and online shopping offered through the big-box stores such as Walmart and … more

Littleton Museum to host holiday event Dec. 11

The Littleton Museum and the community organization Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum will host a holiday event Dec. 11 that will feature wagon rides, warm snacks, live musical performances and more.  more

Thornton residents concerned as antisemitic hate letter appears in mailboxes

Thornton residents in the Hunters Glenn neighborhood received white supremaist, antisemitic, anti-immigrant and homophobic flyers in their mailboxes the night of Nov. 8.  “I don’t … more

Teachers protest order to reorganize Adams 14 district

The next installment of the dispute between the Adams 14 School District and the Colorado board of education was in the form of a Nov. 19 rally outside Adams City High School. About 30 teachers … more

Polis salutes Fort Lupton High School for growth in student achievement

Polis salutes Fort Lupton High School for growth in student achievement Fort Lupton High School was among 21 high schools in the state to receive the state’s Bright Spot award from Gov. … more

Hainey, Stroia capture top spots in Brighton's annual turkey trot

A thousand or so runners and walkers turned out in subfreezing temperatures Nov. 19 for Brighton's annual turkey trot. The event, which was a qualifier for next spring's Boulder Bolder race, was … more

EPA awards Tri-County Health Department funds for Love My Air program

The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Nov. 3 that $403,996 will be awarded to the Tri-County Health Department for their community air monitoring network.  “Tri-County Health … more
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