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A bill making its way through the state Senate would eliminate the requirement for concealed carry permits for gun owners. Senate Bill 16-017 is sponsored by state Sen. Tim Neville — a Republican from south Jefferson County who recently … more
Wes Cook recalls vividly a motorcycle ride he took three years ago. It was to be his last. Cook, a Parker resident for 12 years, was also planning to get rid of his skis, because he was almost certain he would never use them again. Meanwhile, he … more
Enter, if you dare, into the Haunted Field of Screams. Seven themed rooms that mirror typical haunted houses are located within the corn field for Maize in the City in Thornton and are decorated in great detail to scare even the toughest of … more
For Westminster resident Dan Borgman, shopping for locally produced food can be a challenge. “We want the best for us and our kids,” he said. “If you’re trying to go out and buy local foods right now, you would have to drive all over. … more
None of Wheat Ridge Cyclery’s employees are named Dasher, or Dancer, or Prancer, or Vixen. But 18 of them did load up “sleighs” full of warm clothes, food and toys, and took off — on bicycles — over snow-covered streets to deliver them to … more
Candidates for both Westminster City Council and the Adams School District 50 Board of Education gathered on Sept. 24 in the Westminster Grange for a candidate forum. Adams School District 50: There are five candidates running for three open … more
Colorado Republicans could be forgiven for thinking that several years of fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights, which helped Democrats win several elections in this socially liberal swing state, were behind them. Then, … more
For first-year special education teacher Sierra Hoover, her starting salary of $36,817 in Adams 12 Five Star Schools is enough to allow her a deep breath — she just graduated college and has student loans to pay. "It's nice to have the … more
Colorado Community Media wants to share the stories of local residents who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in a special Veterans Day section that will publish Nov. 12. Servicemen and women — … more
Despite tragic events of a Jan. 2 commercial fire, members of the seven businesses at 6475 Wadsworth Blvd. are rallying in aid and support. “We’re devastated by the loss of John, the man upstairs,” Robert Wolf, owner of Wolf Law, said after … more
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