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Commerce City looking to hire police, staff

Commerce City is looking for as many as 30 new police officers and 11 police staffers in campaign that kicks off July 10. The Commerce City Police Department (CCPD) is launching a national employment … more

Prost Brewery to ferment its headquarters in Northglenn

Prost in English means cheers. Prost for Northglenn means  200 jobs coming to the city.  Prost Craft Brewery is setting up shop in Northglenn. They will construct a 53,000 square foot … more

Hundreds rally for reproductive rights in Denver

Horns honked and drivers waved in solidarity as hundreds gathered at the State Capitol in Denver on June 27. more

Northglenn seeks way to put brakes on street racing

An ordinance that aims to curb street racing, speed contests and dangerous vehicle maneuvers gained unanimous support from Northglenn’s city council.  “What this ordinance brings … more

Unofficial results put Willford on top for Democratic nomination to HD34 seat

Northglenn Mayor Pro Tem Jenny Willford clinched the Democratic nomination for District 34 state representative.  She beat out former Thornton City Councilor Sam Nizam by 864 votes, according … more

Brookens tabbed as CHSAA associate commissioner

The Colorado High School Activities Association named Bethany Brookens as its next associate commissioner. Incoming Commissioner Mike Krueger made the appointment, which is effective immediately. … more

Kirkmeyer leads CD8 Republican nomination

Colorado Senator Barbara Kirkmeyer won the CD8 Republican primary nomination, beating three other candidates including Thornton’s Mayor Jan Kulmann. Early tallies from State of Colorado … more

Claps leads Reigenborn in Adams County sheriff's race

Former Adams County Sheriff's Department Division Chief Gene Claps is on the path to unseat his former boss Sheriff Rick Reigenborn in the Democrat primary. According to early tabulations released … more

Police seeking four armed Weld burglars

Law enforcement agencies in Weld County, including the Fort Lupton Police Department and the Weld County Sheriff's Office, are asking for help in identifying four people who have committed several … more

Adams 14 files complaint with state board of education

The ongoing war of words between the Adams 14 School District and the Colorado State Board of Education is heading for a court hearing.  The district filed a complaint for judicial review … more

Front Range tourism finally sees post-COVID boost

The urban workhorse of Colorado’s tourism industry is finally recovering from COVID. Denver and its Front Range neighbors have endured long-haul symptoms from the pandemic, as convention and city … more

Colorado taxpayers will receive $750 rebates in August

More money is coming to Colorado residents. Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced June 21 from the Governor’s Office that in late August, individual tax filers will receive refund checks of $750; … more

In electric vehicle vs. gas car, who wins?

Gas prices neared $5 a gallon in mid-June, according to AAA Colorado, so it’s time for a detailed breakdown of what it would cost the average person to run an electric vehicle for a year compared … more

De la Pena shares ‘Carmela Full of Wishes’ for Anythink Libraries’ summer reading program

Matt de la Pena thoughtfully explores social class, immigration and mixed-status families in his children’s book, “Carmella Full of Wishes.”  The Newbery Award-winning author recently … more

New owners will continue the tradition of winemaking in Fort Lupton

It was a dream for Justin and Danielle Caruso and Andre Esprenger to harvest their own grapes, grown from their own vines, and create a vintage of their wines, so they purchased Rivergarden Winery, … more

Colorado River water use may have to be slashed

Top Colorado water officials recently highlighted the uneven use between the Upper and Lower Colorado River Basins and some suggested the vast majority of reductions needed to rebalance a system in … more

Economists tell state lawmakers to expect slowdown

Inflation and tightening monetary policy on the federal level are expected to cool Colorado’s economy in the coming months, according to quarterly economic and tax revenue forecasts by nonpartisan … more

Colorado primary messaging drives wave of complaints, ethical questions

Mailers, TV ads and other campaign missives were flying in Colorado as the June 28 primary nears, eliciting a wave of campaign finance complaints and raising ethical questions about some of the … more

Colorado moves one step closer to a government-designed health insurance plan

Federal authorities on June 23 gave the go-ahead to one of the most ambitious pieces of Gov. Jared Polis’ agenda: A government-designed health insurance plan mandated to be sold at lower prices. … more
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