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All Adams 14 students return to in-person learning

With an eye on the omicron variant of COVID-19 and staffing issues within the district, all Adams 14 School District students and staff returned to in-person learning Jan,. 24. At various times … more

How many couples make long-term financial decisions together? Just 20%

(BPT) - Should married women and men be equally involved in long-term financial decisions? Your answer is likely a resounding yes! The … more

Keep Your Utility Bills Down as Home Heating Costs Rise This Winter

(NewsUSA) - Winter 2022 promises the perfect storm for soaring home heating bills. The convergence of surging energy prices, plummeting temperatures and escalating demand means optimal … more

State consider bill on whether to let local public workers unionize

A bill that would grant more public employees in Colorado the right to unionize is shaping up to be the next big labor fight at the state Capitol. The proposal, sponsored by House Majority Leader … more

Boys basketball: Prairie View's early schedule seems to be paying off

             Prairie View boys basketball coach Damien Romero loved the ThunderHawks’ early season … more

DA's office to offer resolution for low-level warrants

The District Attorney's Office for the 18th Judicial District will be hosting an in-person event on Feb. 12 in Aurora for people with active low-level warrants to resolve their cases or set new court … more

King Soopers strike ends after union reaches tentative deal with grocer

The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 said Jan. 21 that it has reached a tentative three-year labor agreement with King Soopers, ending a strike that began more than a week earlier. more

Former councilmember talks city identity, SouthGlenn

When Kathy Turley looks back on her time on the Centennial City Council, the sometimes unclear question of the city’s identity stands out. “In my eight years on council, I have been singing the … more

Marshall Fire may weigh on emergency planning

It’s difficult to say what lessons Arapahoe County may take away from the Marshall Fire so far, when details are still emerging, said Nathan Fogg, Arapahoe County’s emergency manager. “But … more

Finding acceptance in ‘Sordid Lives’

There’s unlucky timing, and then there’s starting a theater company not long before a global pandemic. Such is the case with the Wheat Ridge Theatre Company. But the company and its founder Maru … more

Fort Lupton's Sanders makes the switch from softball manager to football player 

Scott Sanders loves all things baseball. It extended to a stint as manager of the Fort Lupton High School softball team in 2020; in the fall season, it was the closest thing to … more

Conifer is Colorado’s new population center

Colorado’s population has shifted north since 2010, and the east end of Conifer is the state’s new population center. more

Golden Cowboy Poetry Gathering wraps up on high note

Lovers of the American West were treated to a hearty helping of cowboy poetry, storytelling and song as the Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering got underway after a two-year hiatus at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado. more

Centennial King Soopers workers take part in strike

Thousands of King Soopers workers across metro Denver went on strike starting in mid-January as the local grocery store union pushes for better pay and opposes what it says are unfair labor … more

Running for office not so easy

The talk-show heads say our country is falling apart, going to the dogs so to speak, as no one can agree or is willing to compromise or even negotiate with the other side. There doesn’t seem to be … more

The 7 biggest lines from Polis’ 2022 State of the State address

Gov. Jared Polis on Jan. 13, delivered the final State of the State address of his first term, focusing mostly on the ways in which his administration and fellow Democrats plan to drive down the cost … more

A new year of opportunity

We welcome in the new year as we give a final wave to 2021. I hate to say “good riddance” since there were a lot of positive things that occurred last year. It almost feels like the Herman’s … more

Persistence is more than just pushing through

So, we stopped doing what we needed to stop doing. And we started new and better activities and positively rewarding habits with an understanding of how important it is to build and maintain momentum … more

‘Maui’ Freeman is wrestling powerhouse

Chaparral’s Geoffrey Freeman started wrestling three years ago and at first he wasn’t attracted to the sport. “I got into wrestling just to be good at football,” said Freeman, who was a … more

Arapahoe girls take easy win over Fossil Ridge

Arapahoe coach Jerry Knafelc had a message for his girls basketball team after an easy win over Fossil Ridge on Jan. 11. The Warriors, fourth in the Jan. 10 CHSAANow.com Class 5A rankings, raced to … more
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