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Fort Lupton Police Blotter

June 11 A Fort Lupton man, 30, reported his vehicle stolen in the 1000 block of Birch Avenue. The theft was under investigation. Police issued a summons to an Evans man, 35, for causing a traffic … more

City breaks ground on Fort Lupton’s new library

A few shovels full of dirt and work on the new Fort Lupton Public and School Library is underway. Library staff and board members, Weld RE-8 School District and City of Fort Lupton officials and the … more

Fort Lupton council approves last of 4 marijuana licenses

Fort Lupton City Council, acting as the city’s marijuana local licensing authority, unanimously approved retail and medical marijuana licenses for Centaurus Farms earlier this month. The business … more

Front Range tourism finally sees post-COVID boost

The urban workhorse of Colorado’s tourism industry is finally recovering from COVID. Denver and its Front Range neighbors have endured long-haul symptoms from the pandemic, as convention and city … more

Colorado taxpayers will receive $750 rebates in August

More money is coming to Colorado residents. Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced June 21 from the Governor’s Office that in late August, individual tax filers will receive refund checks of $750; … more

In electric vehicle vs. gas car, who wins?

Gas prices neared $5 a gallon in mid-June, according to AAA Colorado, so it’s time for a detailed breakdown of what it would cost the average person to run an electric vehicle for a year compared … more

New owners will continue the tradition of winemaking in Fort Lupton

It was a dream for Justin and Danielle Caruso and Andre Esprenger to harvest their own grapes, grown from their own vines, and create a vintage of their wines, so they purchased Rivergarden Winery, … more

United Power joins Southwest Power Pool

BRIGHTON – Brighton’s United Power became the first distribution utility in the Western Interconnection to join the Southwest Power Pool, according to a press statement. SPP is a regional … more

Economists tell state lawmakers to expect slowdown

Inflation and tightening monetary policy on the federal level are expected to cool Colorado’s economy in the coming months, according to quarterly economic and tax revenue forecasts by nonpartisan … more

Colorado primary messaging drives wave of complaints, ethical questions

Mailers, TV ads and other campaign missives were flying in Colorado as the June 28 primary nears, eliciting a wave of campaign finance complaints and raising ethical questions about some of the … more

Vaccines for youngest Coloradans are here

As a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital Colorado, Dr. Sara Saporta-Keating knows well the toll the coronavirus has had on the country’s youngest residents. … more

Column: We are not finished yet

The five most sought-after words in amateur golf are, “That’s good, pick it up.” We say that to our playing partner when the putt that is left is considered short enough to call it “good.” … more

A weekend of celebrations

Independence Day celebrations can’t be kept to one city or even one day in Adams County, with events scheduled all weekend and at parks and venues across the northern Denver metro area. Fort Lupton … more

DA won’t file charges in Adams County deputy-involved shooting

   Adams County District Attorney Brian Mason said he won’t file charges in connection with an officer-involved shooting in Adams County last … more

Commerce City receives GOCO grant

  The Great Outdoors Colorado board awarded a $147,092 grant to Wildlands Restoration Volunteers for community-centered stewardship work in Commerce City.    A press statement … more

Proposed initiative could mean more money for local schools

In a few months, Colorado taxpayers could see an extra $750 in their checking accounts, thanks to an overcollection of state taxes. The state’s Taxpayers Bill of Rights requires that money be … more

FLHS students earn spots on second-semester honor roll

                Here’s a list of the Fort Lupton High School students that made the honor roll for second … more

VIDEO: Commerce City police searching for two burglary suspects

COMMERCE CITY -- Police are looking for at least two suspects involved in a series of commercial burglaries and auto thefts over the past several months in the Denver area. Commerce City … more

RE-8 adopts budget for next school year

The Weld RE-8 School District took two votes to adopt its 2022-23 budget during a regular meeting June … more
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