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A COVID head-scratcher: Why lice lurk despite distancing

The Marker family of Parker opened their door on a recent evening to a woman dressed in purple, with a military attitude to cleanliness. Linda Holmes, who has worked as a technician with LiceDoctors … more

Masks required in all indoor public spaces in Littleton following new health order

Masks will be required to be worn in all indoor public spaces in the City of Littleton beginning Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. in compliance with a new mandate ordered by the Tri-County Health Department.  more

Return of the ‘Elf’ on the Arvada Center’s shelf

So much of the holidays are about comfort and familiarity, which is one of the many reasons why people love hearing the same stories every year. But just because you might know the story doesn’t … more

Tri-County Health issues new mask mandate for Adams, Arapahoe

Facing the possibility that the current COVID-19 surge could breach Colorado’s hospital capacity, the public health agency for Adams and Arapahoe counties Monday issued a new indoor mask mandate through at least the end of the year. more

Mask mandate for indoor spaces in Jeffco beginning Nov. 24

The Jefferson County Public Health department's board voted 4-1 Monday to pass a new health ordinance to require people ages 3 and older to wear masks when within public indoor spaces as a COVID-19 safety measure.  more

Sculpture of soaring swallows is winner

“`Together Again.' Whether to laugh with one another, empathize, or mourn, being together is integral to society and humanity. It strengthens our common bonds and lets us feel supported and part of … more

Happy music sets tone for holidays

The Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra has two dates in the metro area: On Nov. 26, the full CJRO will perform at Parker’s PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., at 4 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. … more

Opinion: Finding gratitude, even in these times

Not sure about you, but it doesn’t really feel like Thanksgiving time to me right now. It’s usually my favorite holiday — full of gratitude, lots of comfort food, and beloved family rituals. … more

Denver Film Festival tells the story of a world in flux

There’s nothing like sitting in a movie theater. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down, the future of in-person viewing has suddenly became a more pressing concern. There’s no … more

Thanksgiving meals offered to families in need at Arapahoe County church

Cars full of volunteers turned out on a brisk Saturday morning outside a Cherry Hills Village church near Englewood to deliver bags of food to hundreds of families ahead of Thanksgiving. A … more

COVID vaccinations to be required for some large indoor events in 6 Colorado counties

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment late Sunday ordered that anyone who attends certain public, indoor events with 500 or more people in Arapahoe, Jefferson, Adams, Denver and two other metro-area counties be vaccinated against COVID-19. more

Parents grapple with vaccination question

While some parents have moved forward with getting their children ages 5 to 11 vaccinated against COVID-19, others are still hesitant. Dr. Brandi Freeman, a pediatrician for Children’s Hospital … more

Polis OKs COVID booster shots for all Colo. adults

Gov. Jared Polis has signed an executive order allowing any fully vaccinated Colorado adult to receive a COVID-19 booster shot. “The health and safety of Coloradans has been my top priority … more

Check out the new Denver Museum of Nature & Science exhibit - at your own pace

Ask most people what it takes to survive and thrive in nature and speed will be among the top elements any creature should have. And that is largely correct. But as is often the case in the natural … more

Retirement costs of helping adult children

Many families are still working through the negative impact that COVID-19 had on their pocketbook. One of the biggest challenges is helping other family members, namely parents and adult children. If … more

Douglas County contracts with local company for COVID-19 services

Douglas County will now receive some of its COVID-19 services from a company based in Castle Pines after the commissioners approved a $1.5 million contract today. more

Report details pandemic’s impact on metro-Denver arts

The nonprofit Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) has released a study detailing the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on art and cultural institutions and many of the findings paint a bleak … more

Metro Denver health officials urge mask wearing amid COVID surge

With Colorado's number of COVID-19 hospitalizations now higher than it was at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic’s first wave in the state in spring 2020, health officials are again urging residents to wear masks in public. more

Wind ensembles join forces in free concert

The Colorado Wind Ensemble performs a free concert with the Eaglecrest High School Wind Ensemble at the high school, 5100 S. Picadilly St., Centennial, at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 13. David Kish directs … more

Parker brewery celebrates 3 years in operation

When Sharon and Aaron Murphy started the Welcome Home Brewery in Parker, they wanted to try something different from other craft brew spots. Instead of metal accents and sleek, identical furnishings, … more
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