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Douglas County School District sues county health department over masks

The Douglas County School District and families of students at high risk of COVID-19 are suing the local health department over a public health order allowing people to opt out of masking. more

Cleaning Up The Laundry Crisis

(NAPSI)—Every day, people miss out on educational, employment and social opportunities simply because they do not have access to clean clothes. Laundry services in transitional housing and … more

Talk To Your Kids About The Dangers Of Flavored Tobacco

(NAPSI)—After a year and a half of remote learning and social distancing, kids are back to socializing after school and between classes. A return to school also means kids are once again exposed to … more

School Days Mean Back To Mouthguards For Student Athletes

(NAPSI)—Up to 60 percent of student athletes will experience a sports-related dental injury and some 30 percent of all sports injuries are related to the mouth and teeth, making mouthguards an … more

Talk Hernia To Me: Advice For Effective Consultations With Your Doctor

(NAPSI)—An estimated 5 million people in the U.S. have a hernia, yet many struggle to effectively talk with their doctor about symptoms and potential treatment options—but that can be … more

Horse culture still kicking in modern West

In 1950, metro Denver’s population hovered right around 500,000. Farms and horse properties could still be found throughout the close-in suburbs. By the mid-1970s, the population had more than … more

Weld sheriff's deputies recover stolen cars, tools

GREELEY -- A Weld County Sheriff's Office strike team investigation recovered eight stolen vehicles and some $140,000 worth of stolen tools from areas throughout Denver, according to a press … more

The Arvada Center goes to the dogs

Most of us had more than a little help getting through the bleakest parts of the COVID-19 pandemic and for many that help came in the form of our canine friends. They’re not called man’s best … more

Littleton police arrest 2nd suspect in connection with officer shooting

Littleton police have arrested the second person they believe to have been involved with the man who shot and injured Littleton officer David Snook according to a City of Littleton press release Wednesday.  more

Denver Design Week takes place Oct. 16-24

Showcasing the region's best architecture, interiors, art, brands and technology, the sixth annual Denver Design Week presented by The IDC Building takes place Oct. 16-24. This year's Denver Design … more

Brighton needs new city manager

Brighton City Manager Jane Bais DiSessa resigned Oct. 11. She'd been on the job for almost 13 months and, according to a city statement, completed the terms of her contract. No reason was given. … more

Firefighters control small grass fire in south Jeffco

Firefighters from the South Metro and West Metro fire departments needed about a half-hour to control a two-acre grass  fire on the Lockheed Martin property in South Jeffco Oct. 10. The fire … more

Films search for a way forward at Vail Film Festival

Movies have never been more accessible than they are right now. With the constant announcement of new streaming services and studio acquisitions, movies can feel like disposable “content,” … more

Brighton police investigate weekend shooting

A 36-year-old woman is in Platte Valley Medical Center with what Brighton police say are "non-life-threatening injuries" after a shooting Oct. 3. The victim's boyfriend, 39-year-old Michael … more

PVHS football game ends early

DENVER -- A report of shots fired near Evie Dennis Stadium in northeast Denver forced a suspension of the football game between Prairie View and Far Northeast high schools. The two teams were … more

How Raices Brewing Company honors its roots

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate Latinx communities here in Denver and across the country. It's a time when people are encouraged to celebrate and enjoy Latinx culture while … more

Free community college proposal excites Colorado students, educators

After graduating from high school, Jake Smith didn't think he'd make it in college. He struggled academically and he didn't have the money to afford more education until he joined the Army.  For … more

CHUN invests in its financial future with endowments

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, a registered neighborhood organization, is investing in its financial future with an endowment totaling $1 million to be managed by The Denver Foundation. “Our … more

Re-imagining the classical music experience

When Kwami Barnett was 9 years old, a clarinet was donated to him. He grew up in a family that believed in the value of donated gifts, so he was expected to make use of it. “I ended up picking it … more

Get your spook on: Denver has many Halloween happenings for all ages

Whether you’re looking for tricks or treats, haunting entertainment, family fun time or simply somewhere to go decked out in your favorite Halloween costume that you didn’t get to wear last year, … more
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