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Fort Lupton rec center eyes expansion

Fort Lupton City Council approved two parts to a proposal to expand the city's recreation center during a regular meeting May 17. The first was an eight-member, ad hoc committee to design the … more

Lynne Collins takes over theater at the Arvada Center

Lynne Collins has been announced as the Arvada Center’s new Artistic Director of Theatre, following the retirement of Rod A. Lansberry. Collins, the current Artistic Director of Plays, first joined … more

Frank Lloyd Wright art glass lamp coming to Kirkland

The Kirkland Museum, 1201 Bannock St., Denver, announces the gift of a lamp, constructed from two pieces of Frank Lloyd Wright art glass (1903-1904), which will be featured in the show, “Frank … more

Look — up in the sky!

On a summer night long ago, we happened to be at the top of Independence Pass at midnight, after a gully-washer soaked our tent and sleeping bags at Maroon Bells Campground and it became necessary to … more

Regis boys win team’s 23rd state title

Cherry Creek got off to a fast start during the finals of the Class 5A boys swimming championships on May 14. The event was hedl at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. However, the … more

Cherry Creek girls win 28th tennis title

It took some work but Cherry Creek captured its 28th girls state tennis championship on May 14 at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver. The Bruins went into the final morning of playback and … more

Letter - Nelson campaign fear-mongering

Nelson campaign fear-mongering Douglas County’s election process is sound and well-thought-of by people on both sides of the aisle. Kory Nelson announced his candidacy for the Douglas County Clerk … more

Letter - Choose common sense over pipeline

Choose common sense over pipeline There has been a lot talk about water conservation lately so I decided to chart our elderly two-person household use over the past two years vs. our water budget. … more

Guest Column: The outer you reflects the inner you

Have you ever been around someone in a group setting and suddenly they say something completely out of character or unexpected? And when they realize it, they say or ask something like, “Did my … more

Letter - O’Donnell is best choice for SOS

O’Donnell is best choice for SOS The Colorado Secretary of State (SOS) is elected to oversee and administer a broad range of laws pertaining to a comprehensive list of areas involving … more

Editor's Note: Inflation hits hard

Recently, like many of you, my eyes popped when looking at the grand total after self-scanning a small number of groceries. How in the world I can spend $80 on a group of items that fit into one bag? … more

Letter - Teal must recuse himself on water votes

Teal must recuse himself on water votes Commissioners Teal and Laydon have for the third time voted to oust Commissioner Thomas from her rightful turn as Douglas County Board Chair, again slamming … more

The number of LGBTQ foster kids is on the rise

Diamond Kobylinski spent almost his entire childhood in foster homes, from age 2 to 17. The worst, though, was when one set of foster parents changed their mind about adopting him after Kobylinski … more

When will COVID vaccines be approved for young kids?

In his practice as a pediatrician, Dr. Sean O’Leary gets a lot of calls from worried parents. And, lately, one kind of call has begun to stand out. “The parents I hear from are the ones who are … more

What’s in fentanyl ‘accountability and prevention’ bill?

With just hours to spare in its 2022 lawmaking term, the Colorado legislature on May 11 sent House Bill 1326, the Fentanyl Accountability and Prevention Act, to Gov. Jared Polis to be signed into … more

Democrats abandon pursuit of wildfire building code

A contentious effort to set stiffer construction standards for homes built in wildfire-prone parts of Colorado was abandoned as the 2022 lawmaking term came to a close with too many other proposals … more

Letter - Douglas County needs Anderson

Douglas County needs Anderson Why would John Anderson get back into the fray for sheriff after earning the post of commander and retiring from police work? The answer is simple. John Anderson is a … more

Guest Column: Pay attention to tax law changes

Now that tax season is over, it is time to start planning for 2022. I know that everyone is probably tax fatigued by now, but we are already well into the second quarter of the year. Therefore, any … more

96-year sentence for man who shot Fort Lupton police officer

GREELEY -- The man who shot a Fort Lupton Police Department sergeant two years ago drew a 96-year prison sentence. Weld County District Court Judge Vincente Vigil pronounced sentence for … more

Legislation a ‘gutted’ win for mobile home park residents

When HB22-1287 passed earlier this year, mobile home park residents thought they garnered an important win. And they did. Sorta. more
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