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U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner made an appearance during the recent Douglas County Fair and Rodeo — sort of. On the fair’s closing day on Aug. 6, Castle Rock became the latest of many pit stops made by a cardboard cutout version of the … more
The following are Twitter posts by some elected officials in Colorado in the wake of the Aug. 12 violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one person dead and 19 injured: more
Business by business, Colorado Mills is approaching its November target date of being completely open following the devastating May hailstorm that forced the popular mall in Lakewood to close for repairs. On Aug. 11, the Yard House restaurant on … more
With celebrations ranging from bounce houses and pony rides, residents and Westminster emergency responders came together Aug. 1 in small celebrations across the city. It was part of National Night Out, an annual campaign designed to promote … more
Adams 12 school officials say they are closing the books on a very successful year even as they get ready to begin a new one. “We saw some record-high academic growth,” said Christina Dahmen, communications specialist for Adams 12 Five Star … more
Thieves recently made off with 20 semiautomatic rifles from Warhorse Firearms of the Rockies in Littleton, the latest in a series of “smash-and-grab” burglaries at area gun stores in recent months. Three or four suspects broke a large window … more
Shirley Bradsby remembers when shopping for school supplies for her children — all now grown — was much simpler. And cheaper. These days, with longer lists that include technology and earbuds, getting kids ready for school can dig a deep … more
It was Round Two for U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, who, unlike many congressional Republicans, engaged once again with anxious voters in the 6th Congressional District. Coffman, who hosted a contentious April town hall, held another Aug. 1 with several … more
Plans for building a 10-mile toll road in northern Jefferson County to complete a loop of highway around the Denver-metro area are rolling forward. “The parkway continues to make steady progress,” said Bill Ray, interim executive director of … more
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
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