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Vail Film Festival ready for a bigger, bolder 2021

Doing something for the first time is always a fraught process, but you often come away with all kinds of beneficial lessons that can make it smoother next time. Such is the case for the Vail Film … more

Douglas County reps level accusations at Tri-County Health

Kevin Bracken, Douglas County's newest representative on the Tri-County Health Department board — a longtime critic of the agency — has asked it to investigate what he alleges was “illegal” … more

Fort Lupton leans toward sign enforcement moratorium

Fort Lupton City Council encouraged a moratorium on new parts of the city's sign code ordinances during a Sept. 14 study session. Several business owners complained about unfair enforcement of the … more

Biden touts need for bolder response to climate change

“Folks, we've got to pick up the pace.” That was US President Joe Biden's message as he spoke Tuesday about his plans to address climate change while creating new jobs during a visit to the … more

It's official: Douglas County appoints members to its new health board 

The Douglas County commissioners during a Sept. 14 meeting formally appointed five board members to their newly-formed health department. Decisions about public health in the county will now be … more

Armed student arrested at Arvada High School

School resource officers with the Arvada Police Department arrested an armed student without incident at Arvada High School Sept. 14. The incident began at the school shortly before 10 a.m. A … more

Wildlife fencing corridor planned along I-25 in Douglas County

In an effort to decrease a growing number of vehicle/animal collisions along the I-25 corridor in Douglas County, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will be partnering with other … more

Football: Douglas County gets the better of Henderson's Prairie View

Tim Cardenas knew the early schedule was going to be challenging for the football team at Prairie View High School in Henderson, and he is hoping the challenge will help in the long run.   The … more

Love for public lands is at heart of Englewood business

Blair Hamill was looking for a way to make a living as an artist — for something that would unite his love of this country’s public lands with his talent as a landscape painter and his experience … more

Englewood's Centennial Park lures with fishing, sunsets

With summer and the day nearing their end, Centennial Park in Englewood hummed with activity. A teenager shot hoops, men warmed up their arms near the baseball diamond and cyclists curled over their … more

Ting opens data center in Centennial: 5 things to know

Internet-service company Ting continues to expand its presence in Centennial, recently celebrating the opening of a “data center” that will help spread its super-fast internet into new cities, … more

The art of drumming: Cherry Creek High percussionists play at Greenwood Village art festival

Patrons at the Art on the Green outdoor festival at Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village Sept. 11 were treated to a performance by marching percussionists from Cherry Creek High … more

Football: Thornton toasts homecoming with win over Littleton

Thornton’s Miles Poole ran for 137 yards and a touchdown as Thornton High School celebrated homecoming with a 40-18 over Littleton Sept. 10 at Adams 12 Stadium in Westminster.   Thornton Trojans … more

Softball: Shutout is stuff of Legend

Cameron Ponich, softball pitcher for Legend High School in Parker, has a habit of picking up a little dirt before delivering a pitch. Ponich was not only picking up dirt and wiping it off before each … more

Football: Coach’s challenge sparks stellar play in Mountain Vista-Arapahoe game

Garrett Looney, football coach at Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch, had a talk with Nick Stone before the Sept. 9 non-league game against Centennial’s Arapahoe High. And the 6-foot-1 … more

Colorado remembers 9/11

Across metro Denver and along the Front Range, communities gathered to commemorate those who died in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and to pay tribute to first responders. Here’s a look at how … more

Theft from Centennial kids leads to ‘community coming together’

Eleven-year-old Asher Swann often sells ice pops in his west Centennial neighborhood in the summer with his younger brother. After Swann sold the frozen treats at a recent soccer event at Cherry … more

Suit targets Colorado child mental health gaps

Colorado has lapsed on its obligation to provide mental health care for needy children, leaving them to cycle in and out of emergency rooms instead of receiving appropriate long-term care, according … more

How Colorado state law will help shape Douglas County’s new health agency

As Douglas County proceeds with breaking away from the Tri-County Health Department and building its own public health agency, the next major step for the agency will be selecting a public health … more
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