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Colorado governor extends mask order, modifies it for level green counties

Setting up potential disputes for rural businesses, Gov. Jared Polis extended the statewide mask order but modified its requirements for counties in level green, the least-restrictive stage on … more

Women+Film Festival celebrates talents

One of the few good news stories to come out of Hollywood in 2020 is the continuing recognition of the contributions women make to the film industry. There’s still a lot of work to do to achieve … more

Día del Niño takes place virtually througout April

Throughout April, a number of local cultural institutions will be hosting Día del Niño: Celebrating All Children events. The events — some virtual, some in-person — are being offered as a … more

Training for tragedy

The March 22 mass shooting in Boulder that claimed the lives of 10 people, including Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley, was the seventh such incident in Colorado since 1993. Gun violence has become … more

Spring is in the air and the planting begins

Late winter and early spring in Colorado, from mid-February through March, tends to be the best time to prune trees because they are still in their dormant phase, according to Brighton City Forester. … more

Mass casualty training takes on different forms

Preparing for incidents such as the mass-casualty one in Boulder March 22 is a part of the routine for law enforcement agencies.  Ten people died when a gunman walked into a King Soopers store near … more

Thornton and Westminster take steps to address water supply concerns

Thornton City Council recently adopted measures to help the city’s water supply in the short-term, while Westminster City Council discussed a new water supply plan for the long-term. Both cities, … more

Colorado 'dial 3.0' makes big step toward reopening, moves many counties to green

In Colorado's largest step toward reopening since the statewide stay-at-home order ended, the state saw nearly half of its counties move to the lowest level on the state's “dial” system of … more

Boulder mass shooting suspect will face additional charges, have mental health status check

Ahmad Alissa, the suspect in the March 22 mass shooting at a King Soopers in Boulder, appeared in court on March 25 for an Appearance on Arrest Warrant for the first time since the incident. He will … more

New Thornton community group promotes pollinators

Spring has just begun and a new community group wants to help pollinators do their thing. “Bee Thornton” is a community group that recently sprouted up to protect existing pollinator habitats and … more

Adams County works towards oil and gas rules

Adams County kicked off a process to update its oil and gas regulations that will conclude with a Board of Commissioners vote in July. The county will recommend to the board a series of major text … more

More than 149,000 Adams County residents received at least one vaccine dose and more on the way with new site

About 14.3 percent of Adams County’s population is fully vaccinated. More than 94,000 people have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, 54,000-plus have received both doses, … more

Colorado to open bars in many counties, start rolling back COVID dial system

After six months living under the state's “dial” system of restrictions, Coloradans will soon see individual counties making the calls on what coronavirus precautions to enforce. On … more

Coloradans 50-plus, more frontline workers up for vaccine

As vaccination efforts ramp up in Colorado, state officials expect to open eligibility to the general public sometime in April. The latest batch of age groups and industries to reach priority is … more

And now the dig out begins

Serving lawfully? Questions about corporate authority in Thornton subdivision

It might not be obvious that the sprawling residential construction site near Holly Street and East 144th Avenue in Thornton is also a local government: the Willow Bend Metropolitan District, … more

Options explored for N Line fares in anticipation of pilot program expiring

The Regional Transportation District won’t extend a pilot program for discounted fares on the N Line commuter rail after the program expires in a couple of weeks, RTD representatives confirmed. The … more

Grad rates improve, but officials unsure of future

Administrators and school board directors in Adams County’s largest school districts are celebrating graduation rates for the 2019-20 school years. Westminster Public Schools’ four-year … more

CCM Pizza Madness Tourney 2021

Aside from perhaps coffee, there isn't another food item on earth so near and dear to a reporter's heart than pizza. It is the traditional newsroom food of Election Night. Picking up a slice is cheap … more

Ready for the storm?

 The snow is on its way, perhaps in amounts the area hasn't seen in several years. The Denver area could see up to 2 feet of snow by March 15. Areas west of town could see more. The … more
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