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Skyview gets partial break in basketball reclassification

Skyview High School got a 50-50 split of appeals to its classifications for boys and girls basketball for the two-year cycle that begins in 2022. The Colorado High School Activities … more

Red Rocks Amphitheatre receives a new roof

Red Rocks Amphitheater, received a new stage roof from GH Phipps in July of 2021. This new roof will allow for more protection from the unpredictable Colorado weather. Red Rocks’ original roof was … more

RTD responds to frustration over Adams County courthouse bus service

The Regional Transportation District responded to frustration from Adams County officials on Monday about RTD buses not stopping to drop riders off at the Adams County Justice Center. The district … more

Faith Christian Academy opens new K-8 playground

When students at Faith Christian Academy's K-8 school return on Aug. 18 for the 2021-2022 school year, they'll have a new place to spend recess. FCA hosted three Popsicles in the Park events the week … more

Anythink installations aim to bring nature closer

The new art structures at the back of three of Anythink Library’s branches may be made from vastly different kinds of wood but they share one thing - a sense of wonder with natural patterns. … more

Adams County Fair back, but not as usual

The 116th version of the Adams County Fair is going to be a little different just because it follows 2020. “Yeah, life has changed dramatically,” said Casandra Vossler, Adams County fair and … more

CDBG money approved in Westminster and Thornton

This year, the cities of Westminster and Thornton will spend community development block grant funding on home repairs, parks and open space enhancements, and homelessness outreach. Westminster and … more

Judicial performance commission chair for 17th Judicial District resigns

Molly Jansen, the chairperson of the body that evaluates judges’ performance in Adams and Broomfield counties, resigned from her post early this month after learning that her law license would be … more

Tri-County Health urges masks in schools, indoor settings

Stopping short of requiring masks in schools and other indoor places, the public health agency for Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties recommends wearing masks in those areas. more

Polis extends eviction protections for some renters after moratorium expired

A day before the national eviction moratorium ended, Gov. Jared Polis gave struggling Colorado renters more time. On July 30, Polis extended a prior order to give renters more time if they’ve … more

Artist offers look inside Meow Wolf Denver

After years of anticipation, Meow Wolf’s permanent Denver location is set to open this fall. The Santa Fe-based art collective has been secretive about what to expect from their four-story, … more

Unexpected advice: Shrug it off

A friend of mine has spent most of his life in a gym. He has gone from body building to power lifting and then back to body building. He is now in maintenance mode like many his age. But even now, … more

Something to almost stop and think about

Have you noticed those new, red, octagonal signs they’ve been putting up around town? I’m not sure what their purpose is. Maybe you do. If so, please let me in on it. Each of the signs has four … more

Bringing mindfulness into your everyday life

When we bring awareness into our daily activities we are able to actively seek the joy of being alive. Living mindfully also helps us take in the beauty that surrounds us each day. Meditation and … more

Hospitals to require COVID vaccines for employees

Two more major health systems in Colorado announced July 28 that they will require their employees to be vaccinated against coronavirus by the fall. UCHealth, which operates the University of … more

Shortage of cans hobbles Colorado's craft brewers

Talbott's Cider Company used to package its hard cider mimosas in colorful cans purchased for 12 cents each from a Westminster supplier. But a monthslong supply crunch has forced the Palisade cidery … more

Masks optional for Adams 12 and 27J, but required for Westminster

Adams 12 Five Star Schools and 27J Schools will not require students to wear masks indoors this coming semester, but Westminster Public Schools will. All three districts will not require students … more

Miniature golf is what you make it

Whether it’s quality time with the family, date night or visiting with friends, miniature golf is flexible enough to fit any framework. Players described how miniature golf can be as casual or as … more

Rolling to gold at Greenridge Place

Kids and seniors kicked off an Olympic-styled Touch Run and Games event July 22 at Greenridge Place, a Memory Care facility for people with dementia. “Every four years we have the Summer Olympics, … more

125 years of the Denver Zoo

From its humble beginnings to today being able to boast the most state-of-the-art facilities, the Denver Zoo has quite the story. Here is a timeline with just some of the … more
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