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STEM School shooting trial again delayed

The forthcoming trial in the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting case has been pushed back by months again during the COVID-19 pandemic. Devon Erickson, 20, is now scheduled to begin trial on May 24 … more

Snowshoeing: ‘Viewing the world in a different lens’

With health officials continuing to encourage outdoor activities amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there’s one affordable winter activity that’s getting folks outside, active and socially … more

Ponderosa seen as dominant as wrestling season nears

Ponderosa has been a dominant wrestling team in the south metro area and it seems like nothing will change this season. The Mustangs have won 24 of the past 26 Continental League dual meet titles and … more

Centennial seniors, workers at care facilities receive vaccine

Residents and staff members lined up to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at three metro Denver senior-living facilities operated by Christian Living Communities, including two in … more

Littleton police receiving COVID vaccine, but some decline

Littleton Police Department officers and staff are beginning to receive COVID-19 vaccines, though nearly a third of the department has indicated they are not interested in receiving it. LPD officers … more

Littleton Public Schools launches search for new board member

As Carrie Warren-Gully leaves the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education for her new role as a county commissioner, district officials say her replacement should be someone who is ready to leave … more

Confusion defines process as Colorado seniors wait for vaccines

As Colorado continued the early stages of its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Gov. Jared Polis announced that people 70 and older would soon be eligible for vaccination in certain areas. The No. 1 question … more

Colorado Office of Film recognized for highlighting native voices

Never underestimate the power of storytelling. Not only can the art entertain and enlighten, but it helps keep histories alive — both personal and those of a group of people. That’s why the … more

Teachers must wait for COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado as others given priority

Teachers and other school staff must wait for COVID vaccinations until after first responders and people 70 and older are vaccinated, state officials told local public health agencies Jan. 5. The … more

New year's resolutions: Experts say to 'set small goals' and 'find the joy'

After the most disruptive year in generations upended the social, financial and mental well-being of billions across the world, the question many face with the arrival of the new year is: What’s … more

Littleton businesses can seek looser COVID rules

Littleton officials say they are ready to implement the Five-Star Recovery Program that allows qualifying businesses to adopt looser COVID-19 restrictions, though some local business owners call the … more

Confusion abounds as metro-area counties' COVID-19 restrictions loosened

Public health restrictions in Denver metro counties will loosen Jan. 4, even though many don't qualify for a lower level of restrictions. Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas and Jefferson counties, which are … more

Arapahoe County approved for Five-Star program

Arapahoe County received state approval to join the Five-Star Recovery Program on Dec. 30, allowing qualifying restaurants and other businesses to loosen their COVID-19 restrictions, just hours … more

Polis seeks to ease COVID-19 restrictions in counties at level red

Gov. Jared Polis announced Wednesday he is asking the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to move Colorado counties that are currently in Level Red on the COVID-19 dial down to … more

Opportunities to experience art abound in Denver

Years ago — when he was in college — Doug Kacena read somewhere that only about 25% of Americans visit art museums or private art galleries. Still, Kacena, owner/curator of K Contemporary art … more

In Elbert County, one case of mutant COVID-19 strain confirmed, another possible

The United States' first confirmed case of a new, highly transmissible COVID-19 variant recently announced by officials in the United Kingdom — as well as a second potential case — are members of the Colorado National Guard who were deployed to a nursing home in Simla, state officials said Dec. 30. more

Tough year had some bright moments

Being asked to write a column for the new year usually means wrapping up the highlights from the previous year. But 2020 was a frustrating, discouraging, disappointing, terrible year and there are … more

Vectra Bank to build combined headquarters in metro area

Vectra Bank is confident in its business plan moving forward despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. To demonstrate that confidence to employees, partners and current customers, the bank celebrated a … more

Littleton council chambers near completion of CARES-funded renovation

Crews are putting finishing touches on Littleton's newly renovated city council chambers, a project that city officials say will better accommodate COVID-era safety protocols — and that also … more

Arapahoe County to apply for '5 star' program to loosen COVID-19 business restrictions

Arapahoe County planned to apply for a new Colorado program that allows businesses to operate at higher capacity than current coronavirus-related restrictions normally permit — as long as the … more
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