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The Cherry Creek School District Board of Education held a meeting at Infinity Middle School on Sept. 11, 2023.

Cherry Creek Schools’ CMAS scores show no substantial changes, still lower than pre-pandemic

The 2022-23 state assessment results for the Cherry Creek School District mostly showed no substantial changes from the previous school year, according to a presentation given to the board of …
Many residents of Geneva Village attended the city council meeting on Sept. 19, at which the council decided to redevelop their apartment complex.

Littleton City Council votes to redevelop Geneva Village, forcing 12 senior residents to find new housing options

After years of uncertainty about the future of their apartment complex, the 12 female residents of Geneva Village will now be required to find new homes. In what some Littleton city …
Fort Lupton assistant coach RJ Ramirez chats with player Frankie Flores during the Bluedevils’ homecoming win against Valley High School on Sept. 15 / Steve Smith

Fort Lupton native giving back to hometown teams

RJ Ramirez is comfortable on a football sideline.  After all, he lettered in football at both Prairie View High School in Henderson and at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Ramirez …
Englewood Planning Manager Bryan Isham, in foreground, is on hand to answer questions from members of Englewood City Council as a presentation on the CodeNext zoning proposal gets underway on Monday, Sept. 11.

Council votes on first reading of CodeNext for a second time

For the second time, the Englewood City Council approved the first reading of CodeNext in a 4-3 vote on Sept. 18.   The agenda item, which was originally approved on Sept. 11, was …

wo residents, Anya Zavadil and Jay Griebling, who previously opposed one another in public comments, spoke together at the meeting about finding common ground. SCREENSHOT.

Castle Rock council directs staff to draft policy for public indecency, nudity

Castle Rock will be implementing public indecency, indecent exposure and public nudity laws at the municipal level following a town council discussion on Sept. 19. The council unanimously …
An artist's rendering of a planned theater in the round planned for Thornton's Larkridge Retail Center.

Developer announces plans for Thornton theater

Thornton's Larkridge Retail Center will get a 32,000 square-foot, 800 seat theater venue meant to showcase Broadway style musicals, plays, concerts and other entertainment events, the city officials …
Elizabeth Holbrook wearing 1950s vintage standing next to 1924 Ford model door sedan owned by Lance and Anita Gilmore for 21 years.

Fort Lupton Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser goes back to the 1950's

The Fort Lupton community did it again, jitterbugging, swinging, twisting, and boogie-woogie at the 16th annual Spaghetti Dinner to raise funds for school supplies for the Weld-Re-8 school district …
Brighton City Council is set to consider national lithium-ion electric battery manufacturer Amprius Tech's plans to open a manufacturing plant in Brighton. It would replace the defunct Sears Distribution center on Bromley Road, just north of the Adams County building. The company said it plans to have the factory open in 2025 with 332 jobs.

Brighton Council to consider battery factory

Amprius Tech's plans to build a lithium-ion battery factory in Brighton will take it's no vote from the city's Planning Commission to the City Council. Brighton City Clerk Natalie Hoel said the …

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