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For people with an interest criminal justice and real life versions of television crime shows, District Court has just the thing. “It’s kind of like a real live CSI,” said District Attorney Dave Young of the Colorado’s 17th Judicial … more
City Councilors could be close to hiring a new city manager, a former Army Colonel and current manager for a small town in North Carolina. Mayor Heidi Williams said City Councilors have simply opened negotiations with Kevin Woods, the manager for … more
This year’s Adams County Fair is focused on up-and-coming live entertainment, according to organizers. “We have artists that are up-and-coming,” said Casandra Bossingham, fair and special events manager for Adams County. Musical acts … more
Metro Denver law enforcement has been warning drivers to be careful with their cars for years, but now they are issuing a special warning for Subaru owners. According to the Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force, local agencies are seeing an … more
A Denver-based deli and fresh food market, Marczyk Fine Foods, plans to open its third location in downtown Westminster in 2018. The company announced plans to build a 9,000-square-foot store, with a full-service fresh grocery, wine, liquor and … more
Are you living with breast cancer, or serve as support to a loved one currently going through treatment? Do you worry about treatment options? Did you overcome a breast cancer diagnosis? We want to hear from you. Over the next month, Colorado … more
The end of July means that summer is heading toward a close for everyone, but each branch of the Anythink libray system plans to mark that occasion in its own way as the system’s mySummer programming concludes. The Commerce City branch plans a … more
A pet store in Westminster has been raising funds for the team that rescues people trapped in avalanches. Chuck and Don’s, 4550 Main St. in Westminster, is collecting donations for Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment (C-RAD). Based in Summit … more
An acute case of bronchitis is no fun for anyone, but when Grace Lamb, a 91-year-old resident at Lakewood’s Eaton Senior Communities, came down with a case of it, it was debilitating. “I was too sick to even go to the doctor,” Lamb … more
After his address to AmeriCorps graduates in Lone Tree on July 14, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet granted an exclusive interview to Colorado Community Media to talk about food insecurity, healthcare, Russian election interference and how he feels … more
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