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Some Colorado high school sports cleared for fall play

Boys golf, softball and boys tennis have been given approval to begin play this fall, the Colorado High School Activities Association announced July 31. The sports can begin practice, the association … more

Cherry Creek switches back to 'blended' plan for in-person, online class

Citing a web of recommendations from Colorado's public health and education officials — and as the rate of COVID-19 cases has ramped up for several weeks in Arapahoe County — the Cherry Creek … more

Help available for food, housing, business, personal needs amid COVID-19

Maybe you’ve lost your family’s child care. Maybe you barely broke even this month. Maybe you’re on the verge of having to fend for yourself on the street. more

Parent protesters urge full reopening of Douglas County schools

Parents rallied in Castle Rock Friday, calling for Douglas County schools to fully reopen this school year. more

Fire extinguished atop Coors Brewery in Golden

A portion of the Coors Brewery in Golden Colorado was in flames Thursday. more

Chicano Music Hall of Fame announces 2020 class

Like in so many cultures, music plays a vital connective and communicative role in Chicano life. That music has been honored since 2002 at Su Teatro’s Chicano Music Hall of Fame, and now there’s … more

Hickenlooper agrees to 4 U.S. Senate debates in October, but only one is on Gardner's list

John Hickenlooper, the Democratic nominee for Colorado's U.S. Senate seat, said Tuesday he has accepted four invitations to debate the Republican incumbent, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, in October — … more

Castle Rock restaurant that defied shutdowns closing permanently

A Castle Rock business that drew national attention for defying public health orders and reopening during restaurant shutdowns is permanently closing, its owners say. C&C Coffee and Kitchen … more

In midst of coronavirus, firefighters adjust

All was quiet at West Metro Fire Rescue’s Station 1 on July 23. That is, until a recording of a woman’s voice rang through the bay, announcing an emergent medical alert. Within seconds, the … more

My Name Is ... Brian Kormondy

I am 28 years old and currently live in downtown Denver. I moved downtown from Highlands Ranch last year, but grew up and lived in Highlands Ranch my whole life. Hockey to lacrosse I grew up playing … more

Centennial Water and Sanitation offers tips for efficient water use

Centennial Water and Sanitation District, the water and wastewater-services provider for Highlands Ranch, is marking Smart Irrigation Month by offering tips to help customers save both water and … more

Highlands Ranch Timbuk Toys location is closing

When Sallie Kashiwa opened her first toy store back in 1993, she wanted to create a place that established community within families. Now, after spending 11 years in business at the Highlands Ranch … more

1st state historian from Western Slope

The Craft and Home Improvement Fair, a signature event during Littleton’s Western Welcome Week that was set for Aug. 15, has been canceled this year, yet another example of the fallout from the … more

Teachers across Colorado to get supply of masks

Colorado will provide hundreds of thousands of medical-grade masks to schools in every district across the state, Gov. Jared Polis has announced. “We will be supplying every teacher in the state … more

Colorado rent, mortgage assistance program launched in response to pandemic

A program to help Coloradans make their rent and mortgage payments has launched, the governor's office and state officials announced in mid-July. “COVID-19 has affected every aspect of our lives … more

Lone Tree stays with Tri-County mask order

All but one place in Douglas County has acted to exempt itself from the 90-day mask order issued by the Tri-County Health Department. The City of Lone Tree is the only municipality in Douglas County … more

Don Peitzman, Parker journalist of 30 years, dies at 63

A journalist and photographer who documented life in Parker and Douglas County for three decades died July 20. Don Peitzman, the original editor of the Parker Chronicle and a staple of Douglas County … more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County commissioners made right call

Commissioners made right call Douglas County is wealthier, healthier, and now smarter than Arapahoe and Adams based on the county commissioners' decision to be the first to withdraw from the … more

Letter to the editor: Douglas County commissioners moving too fast

Commissioners moving too fast The Douglas County Commissioners' announcement that they intend to cut ties with the Tri-County Public Health Department is way too premature. Douglas County currently … more
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