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Fire truck parade, activities roll into Littleton for Father’s Day weekend

Littleton’s Fire Muster is back this Father’s Day weekend, starting with a fire truck parade down Main Street followed by a free fun-filled gathering at Arapahoe Community College on the … more

Buzz returns to Miners Alley as live shows resume

John Moore never thought he would miss the sound of audiences coughing and sneezing. But after over a year spent watching shows be limited to online broadcasts — or just not happen at all — … more

Collaboration in Jeffco Schools’ summer programs

As the 2020-21 school year drew to a close, a number of community organizations were concerned that summer supports for students would need to be more robust than ever to give students who struggled … more

Work begins on Lutheran hospital's new location

Ground has been broken for the SCL Lutheran replacement hospital campus in Wheat Ridge. The new hospital will be located in the new Clear Creek Crossing development near I-70 and 44th Avenue. The … more

$1.7 million grant to fight hunger in Jeffco

To help those who need a consistent food supply, Jefferson County is planning on giving a $1.7 million grant to help build a resilient food system. Community First Foundation (CFF) and Jefferson … more

Golden nine-year-old issued patent for unique backpack invention

When most kids are in third grade, they learning their first multiplication tables and reading their first first chapter books. But last year, Shelton Elementary School student Adele Fulton achieved … more

Hope House holds graduation, ‘Kickoff to Summer Bash’

With the easing of local and statewide COVID-19 restrictions in recent weeks, Arvada-based nonprofit Hope House — which provides resources for teen moms — returned to hosting in-person events to … more

The Alpine Choral finds a road home

It’s difficult to imagine the challenge that an artist faces when they’re used to rehearsing and performing as part of a group, and suddenly find themselves in a situation where they must work on … more

Colorado lifts COVID capacity restrictions for large indoor crowds

A month and a half after Colorado let its “dial” of coronavirus restrictions expire, the state has also lifted capacity restrictions on large indoor gatherings, a limit that remained after the … more

Shots in before schools out

When the Pfizer vaccine was approved for use in kids ages 12-15 just three weeks before the end of the school year in Jeffco, Jefferson County Public Health was faced with its latest challenge in a … more

A million-dollar night of musical theater

The Arvada Center is celebrating the return of live musical theater with an experience that will be novel for both performers and audiences — musical theater outside. For the first time in 19 … more

West Metro chief named association president

The Metropolitan Fire Chiefs (Metro) Association has named West Metro Fire Chief Don Lombardi as the group’s new President. The association brings together fire chiefs from large metropolitan fire … more

New podcast gets listeners investigating Denver

In many cases listening to a podcast is a passive activity — something people listen to while exercising, sitting in the car or doing chores around the house. But “The Bright Lights of Denver,” … more

Masks, schools and rescue plan funds all topics at Jefferson County Q&A

Yes, anyone who shows COVID-19 symptoms should still be tested for the virus. No, schools likely will not be able to stop all virus mitigation strategies by the start of next school year. And yes, it … more

Mount-aining social distance on trails

With many Denver metro counties moving to “level clear” and Colorado ending its statewide mask mandate, the era of coronavirus restrictions seems to be coming to a close. Nevertheless, local … more

Colorado Community Media garners 27 awards in Better Newspaper Contest

The Highlands Ranch Herald took two top honors in its weekly newspaper division with General Excellence in Editorial and Advertising in the 2021 Colorado Press Association’s Better Newspaper … more

Mount Evans to reopen with timed-entry reservations

Those wanting to visit Mount Evans this summer will need to make reservations first. The U.S. Forest Service and other stakeholders are implementing a timed-entry reservation system, similar to the … more

DRCOG prescribes Nymbl at-home balance training

On May 3, the Denver Regional Council of Governments announced a partnership with Nymbl Science, the makers of a fall prevention app for older adults, that will offer free enrollment in the app’s … more

Breathing a bit easier now that it’s (mostly) over

Well, I guess it’s over now. Except for the political posturing. Mask mandates are ending. Public gatherings are legal again. Students are even being allowed to (gasp) play with their friends at … more

Golden businesses welcome Level Clear

Jon Bortles had been looking forward to May 16 — and with good reason. The last year has challenged his restaurant, the iconic Woody’s Wood-Fired Pizza in downtown Golden, unlike any other in its … more
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