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Broncos crowd-size deal wasn't special treatment, state says

At a racetrack that became ground zero for the debate over Colorado's pandemic crowd-size limits, a gathering of at least hundreds amassed for a group photo at the end of a protest against what … more

The N Line is finally here

After 16 years spent waiting for a proposed commuter rail line, Thornton and Northglenn residents are celebrating that the N-Line is finally here. The 13-mile commuter rail line opened Sept. 21 with … more

Bringing the library home, post COVID-19

Jefferson County library officials have been dreaming up better ways to get services to customers ever since COVID-19 started shutting things down, according to Grayson Stamm, supervisor of patron … more

Responding to COVID, caterer finds an answer in pie

When Angela Ray started her catering business, Taste the Love Cooking, in 2015, weathering a global pandemic was not on her mind. The Kansas City, Mo. native simply missed home. “I was flying home … more

Some Denver metro counties qualify for Colorado's new, eased COVID rules

Colorado released another round of new social-distancing rules, updating the state’s current “safer-at-home” policy to raise the cap on personal gatherings and event crowds for counties that … more

Thornton grant aims to replace water meters

A $1.6 million grant to upgrade water meters should give Thornton water customers better insight into how much water they actually use. “It makes everything more efficient and more customer … more

Learn about Gallagher Amendment repeal effort

Amendment B this November asks voters to repeal the Gallagher Amendment to the Colorado Constitution. Reeves Brown, project manager for the nonpartisan group Building a Better Colorado, will explain … more

Thornton on track to hire new chief

Work replacing Police Chief Randy Nelson should wrap up before the end of September as the city decides between three candidates — law enforcement professionals from Arizona, Milwaukee and … more

Getting back in swim

It might only be eight lanes right now, but they looked pretty good to swimmer Matt Collins. “I haven’t been in a pool for six months,” Collins said as he prepared to swim laps in the … more

All aboard: Commuter rail service downtown to debut

Service on RTD’s latest commuter rail corridor is set to kick off Sept. 21, with a limited amount of fanfare but free rides for the week. Thanks to COVID-19 and restrictions on public events, local … more

Chamber celebration offers COVID options

The 2020 version annual gala hosted by the Westminster Chamber of Commerce will try to take individual concerns about COVID-19 into account later this month. “It’s going to be a hybrid — part … more

New use for old county building

For Adams County affordable housing developers, the county’s old Children and Family Services building was in a pretty great location. “The site lent itself to development because the building is … more

Former mayor throws her hat in the ring

Nancy McNally’s problems with the way Westminster is run start with water rates, but they don’t stop there. “There are just so many issues right now, water rates are one of them,” McNally … more

Water rates prompt recall push

Saying they are fed up with high water bills, a group of residents kicked of a recall of three City Councilors and Mayor Herb Atchison Aug. 31. Residents Jessica True, Gary Shea and Deb Teter filed … more

A day for those who 'answered the call'

Doug Robinson worked in the World Trade Center in the 1980s and 1990s, as a young hotshot at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. Before moving west to Denver, he got to know Rick Rescorla, the company's head … more

New details emerge in case against former Broncos player Cody Latimer

On the night Cory Latimer was arrested by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, the former Broncos player had become angry after he saw a man at a poker party sitting “uncomfortably … more

Claim that only '6%' of COVID-19 deaths are due to virus misinterprets data

The notion widely shared on social media that the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reduced the U.S. COVID-19 death count by 94% — from nearly 154,000 down to just over 9,000 — … more

Colorado to release new 'safer-at-home' COVID-19 framework

The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment has announced plans to release an updated framework for the state's COVID-19 social-distancing policy that would make counties automatically … more

Parker councilmember out of town since March, away indefinitely (but not resigning)

A Parker town councilmember has been out of the state since March and says she plans to be away until the COVID-19 pandemic is over. more

Military academy and ROTC informational Zoom on Sept. 15

On Sept. 15, between 5-7 p.m. Mountain time, the five Service Academies (U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy) and … more
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