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Police search for three men in assault on Littleton homeowner

Littleton Police are searching for three men suspected of assaulting a south Littleton homeowner on Oct. 22, though police say they have little to go on. A homeowner on South Windermere Circle, just … more

COVID-19 outbreaks reported at 10 schools in Douglas County this fall

Since the start to the school year, several outbreaks have unfolded within Douglas County schools — public, private and charter. According to the district's outbreak protocols posted on its … more

Finding the beauty in the holidays as a single parent

Colorado native Deanna Johnson knows the challenges of single-parenthood during the holiday season very well - she’s been a single parent for almost 30 years, with two adult daughters and four … more

Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund’s ornament now available

The Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund’s 2020 commemorative ornament is now available. This year’s ornament honors the passing of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the constitutional … more

Getting a winter coat to every Coloradan who needs one

Dependable Cleaners is again hosting its annual Coats for Colorado campaign to get coats to those who are in need. “The need is great. We’ve got the ability to provide, and so we will,” said … more

‘That bright spot makes a real difference’

Hospice nurses have such an important job. That is why Denver Girl Scout Rebecca Gruen-Wener wanted to make hospice nurses the focal point of her Silver Award project. “I really love knowing that … more

Denver Restaurant Week to advocate for local eateries

Restaurants have endured particular hardships amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and with a focus on advocacy for the restaurant industry, Visit Denver — the city’s convention and visitors bureau — … more

Thornton celebrates cultural art of Dia De Los Muertos

No matter what the holiday is, a common way for cultures and families to mark the occasion is through the arts — music, film and interactive options like pumpkin carving, tree decorating and even … more

Safeguarding others is the leashed you can do

Large dark dog, running unleashed through front yards, zoomed to the greenbelt trail and out of sight. Way behind, dog’s owner lopes along. Small child on her first bicycle encounters the dog, is … more

Oriented toward action and focused on results

Proactive or reactive. I did or did not. I can or cannot. I will or will not. When we look at those statements quickly, which words resonate with us personally? What I typically see is that people … more

Jeffco organization voting guides

There are several statewide ballot measures this year, and the issues and implications behind each of them are not always immediately apparent.Add to that a long list of potential candidates, and it is easy to see how most of us could use some guidance by a trusted source. more

Snow pauses wildfire growth, officials cautious

Parts of northern Colorado around the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome fires received up to a foot of snow between Oct. 25 and 26, pausing the growth of the two largest wildfires in state history. … more

My Name Is... Chris Jackson

About me I’m a lawyer and a partner at Holland and Hart in Denver, specializing in appellate issues. I’ve argued cases in court dozens of times, and have handled work at the US Supreme Court, the … more

Arapahoe, Denver among counties moving to stricter COVID-19 rules

As restrictions continue to escalate in parts of the Denver metro area, the state public-health department announced that Arapahoe and Denver are among several counties that now face greater … more

Exhibit aims to express experiences of women

Curtis Center for the Arts, 2349 E. Orchard Road, in a historic schoolhouse in Greenwood Village, will present an exhibit by the Colorado Women’s Caucus for the Arts called “Old Myths, New … more

Creek rolls over Grandview in the cold, rain

Top-ranked Cherry Creek played No. 8 Grandview in a Centennial League football game on a chilly, rainy night at the Stutler Bowl on Oct. 22. Creek's first drive after taking the opening kickoff set … more

Making wheel change: Underprivileged youths earn bikes, skills, hope

Fernando Ibarra couldn’t figure out how to fix his bike. So he took it to Lucky Bikes Re-Cyclery, a nonprofit community bike shop a block from his house in west Denver. He couldn’t afford the … more

Balanced approach leads Castle View past Rock Canyon

Castle View scored early and often as the Sabercats rolled to a 48-14 Douglas County League football victory over the Rock Canyon Jaguars on Oct. 23 at Douglas County Stadium. The Sabercats, 2-0, … more

Campaign contributions in races for the state Legislature

The following is a comparison of campaign contributions made to Democratic and Republican candidates for south metro-area seats in the state Legislature through the Oct. 19 reporting period. (Source: … more

Snow day for much of the Denver metro area

Denver metro area schools will largely be closed on Monday, Oct. 26, due to the low temperatures and snow accumulation caused by the recent storm. Read on for details to individual districts. more
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