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Tri-County Health may end school, indoor mask mandates as soon as Feb. 4

Pointing to a decline in the rate of new coronavirus cases, Tri-County Health Department announced it will consider ending its mask mandates for schools and public indoor places in general in Arapahoe and Adams counties. more

Parent of LPS student who misled clinic staff about consent says goal was to shut down COVID vaccine sites at school

After a boy filmed himself misleading health staff to see if he could get a COVID-19 vaccine at a site using space in a Littleton school, the boy's father said the intention of the video was to shut down the vaccine site and the prospect of any others in the future.  more

Littleton Public Schools shuts down vaccine clinics after videos show alleged minors misled staff about age, consent

Littleton Public Schools (LPS) will stop hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics on school campuses after two videos surfaced on a far-right Twitter account showing alleged students mislead clinic staff while requesting shots that they apparently never received.. more

All Adams 14 students return to in-person learning

With an eye on the omicron variant of COVID-19 and staffing issues within the district, all Adams 14 School District students and staff returned to in-person learning Jan,. 24. At various times … more

Finding acceptance in ‘Sordid Lives’

There’s unlucky timing, and then there’s starting a theater company not long before a global pandemic. Such is the case with the Wheat Ridge Theatre Company. But the company and its founder Maru … more

Virus surge may be ‘more severe than prior waves’

Local public health officials and analysts implored the public not to let its guard down as the omicron variant drives a dramatic coronavirus surge in Colorado. “We believe it is important for … more

COVID and Adams 14 schools .. some open, some remote

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Share of Colorado COVID hospitalizations 'due to' virus drops

Colorado has seen its number of patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19 continue to spike back up since late December, but the latest surge in hospitalizations stands out from previous upticks. … more

Arapahoe Community College to be mostly remote until Feb. 1 amid COVID surge

Arapahoe Community College President Stephanie Fujii announced that most ACC classes would begin virtually on Jan. 18 and continue on a remote status until Feb 1. The decision came amid a continued … more

Front Range blood supplies running low

The American Red Cross has been sending up the red flag, stressing that there is a nationwide blood shortage and Colorado is no different. In fact, along the Front Range, hospitals are managing but … more

Highlands Ranch Historical Society delays 'Tree of Hope' event due to COVID surge

The Highlands Ranch Historical Society has canceled its planned Jan. 17 presentation by "Tree of Hope" author Cara Wilson-Granat and scheduled a Zoom presentation on wildfire in its place. more

Remote learning a possibility in Brighton schools

It's a case of same song, new verses, new year when it comes to the 27J schools system and COVID-19 concerns. Because of the rising number of COVID cases this winter -- largely because of the … more

COVID surge may be 'more severe than prior waves,' Colorado analysts say

Local public health officials and analysts implored the public not to let its guard down as the omicron variant drives a dramatic COVID surge in Colorado. more

Adams 14 schools go remote

Students in the Adams 14 School District will be doing remote learning the week of Monday, Jan. 10. The reason is the spread of COVID cases. According to a statement from the district, Adams … more

New isolation, quarantine guidance issued based on vaccine status

The state public health department has updated its quarantine and isolation guidance, changing how long it suggests people with COVID-19 — or those who are exposed to it — should avoid others. … more

Littleton city staff sees rise in coronavirus cases

As Colorado sees record-high coronavirus cases spurred by the highly contagious omicron variant, about 5% of staff for the City of Littleton is currently infected and in quarantine. more

CCM: 2021 in photos

It was quite a year for the communities across the Denver Metro area. There were trials and tribulations. Welcome signs of life amid a pandemic, along with poltical ire for how it has been … more

Dazzle celebrates 25 years of jazz

Jazz is one of America’s quintessential creations — one that continues to influence and inspire, even for people who may not consider themselves fans of the genre. Dazzle, Denver’s jazz … more

As COVID persists, school life in Littleton is starting to feel normal

It had been more than a year since her students performed in front of their parents.  When Euclid Middle School Principal Cindy Coraline finally got to see two … more

Arapahoe County commissioners vote to leave Tri-County Health

The final member of the Tri-County Health Department, Arapahoe County, voted today to leave the agency at the end of next year.  This vote follows earlier decisions by Douglas and Adams … more
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