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Today's News

  • Youth basketball

    Fort Lupton’s recreation center is looking for third- through sixth-grade boys and girls for its youth basketball program this winter.

    Games begin Dec. 3. Practice starts the week of Nov. 14.

    The early bird fee (before Oct. 14) is $55. The fee jumps to $65 by Oct. 21. Call 303-857-4200.

     

  • Superstitions running wild as FLHS continues hot streak

    ARVADA – Superstitions are quite common in sports.

    Baseball managers are known not to walk on the foul line between their dugout and the mound. The late Chick Hearn, the former basketball announcer for the Los Angeles Lakers, joked that he wore the same outfit – without fail – during the team’s 33-game win streak in the 1971-1972 season.

  • Threat forces school lockouts

    An apparent gun threat forced three Fort Lupton schools to go on “lockout” for a short time around 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4.

  • Soccer: Mullen blanks Warriors

    Mullen scored two quick goals in the first half and went on to a 4-0 road win against Frederick Sept. 29.

    Christian Rapp, Ryan Irvine, Andrew Seaman and Burke Bradley scored for the Mustangs. Goalkeeper Brandon Rich recorded the shutout and had four saves. No stats were available for the Warriors.

  • Soccer: FLHS streak sits at three straight wins

    ARVADA – Fort Lupton's Luis Guerra scored four times as the Bluedevils beat Alameda 5-2 in Colorado 7 League play Sept. 29 at the North Area Athletic Complex.

    Guerra had three of his tallies in the first half as FLHS won its third straight game and remained undefeated in conference play.

    "All four goals were play makers," Guerra said. "We spread the field. It was a great win."

  • Youth basketball openings; practice starts Nov. 14

    Fort Lupton’s recreation center is looking for third- through sixth-grade boys and girls for its youth basketball program this winter.

                Games begin Dec. 3. Practice starts the week of Nov. 14.

                The early bird fee (before Oct. 14) is $55. The fee jumps to $65 by Oct. 21. Call 303-857-4200.

  • Warriors aim to clean up mistakes after homecoming loss

                The password around the practice field at Frederick High School this week will be “clean up.”

                As in clean up mistakes, the same sort of errors that helped Northridge to a 27-14 homecoming win over the Warriors Sept. 23.

  • The Academy wears down the Bluedevils

    What Fort Lupton High School High School’s football team may lack in its depth roster, it makes up for in tenacity and boisterous fan support.

  • Clown threat is a hoax, say PVHS officials

    Prairie View High School officials said threats from clowns are unfounded.

    In a Sept. 27 tweet, the school said even though students and staff may be seeking information from social media, the school is not aware of any such threats.

    "We are not aware of any such calls in our district," the tweet said. "Classes are continuing as normal. None of these threats received by other school districts have been credible by law enforcement officials."

  • Colleague: New library leader is a visionary

    Sarah Frank sees herself as much more than a librarian.

    The new director of the Fort Lupton Public and School Library is looking at things other libraries in the region do to cater to their constituents. For example, she’s looking for public input on “maker space” programming on things like sewing and 3D printing classes and planning to expand the amount of existing computer space. She plans to expand the library’s Spanish-language materials, too.