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The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless filed an injunction to the U.S. District Court of Colorado on July 25 to temporarily blocks the sale of 59 acres of federally owned land at the Denver Federal … more
When Brent Combs first started visiting the Chanda Plan Foundation in 2013, it was to receive massage and acupuncture to help him with his pain. But it wasn’t long before he found a new community to grow with there. “At the Chanda Plan, … more
A couple of morning hours spent watching birds in a nearby city park. Gardening in the afternoon. A brief conversation in the evening to hear about one’s day. “The small things in life can provide much enjoyment,” said John Zabawa. “As … more
No opening date for the RTD Gold Line was given Friday, July 21 at the Arvada Chamber of Commerce State of Transportation breakfast. Testing for the RTD Gold Line, which resumed June 14, has been completed. But further permission is still … more
Metro Denver law enforcement has been warning drivers to be careful with their cars for years, but now they are issuing a special warning for Subaru owners. According to the Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force, local agencies are seeing an … more
At about 12:45 p.m., Golden Dispatch received a 911 call about a woman tubing in Clear Creek who was in distress. Witnesses say the 48-year old woman flipped off her inner tube and went under the … more
Like most colleges, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design was quiet on the afternoon of July 12. There were very few students walking through the grassy campus on their way to class, and even the large Texas Building felt empty upon entry. … more
Lakewood city council will not move forward with a moratorium on high-density housing proposed by Ward 1 Councilwoman Ramey Johnson, following a five-hour study session on July 17. Instead, council directed city staff to examine the zoning … more
An acute case of bronchitis is no fun for anyone, but when Grace Lamb, a 91-year-old resident at Lakewood’s Eaton Senior Communities, came down with a case of it, it was debilitating. “I was too sick to even go to the doctor,” Lamb … more
After his address to AmeriCorps graduates in Lone Tree on July 14, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet granted an exclusive interview to Colorado Community Media to talk about food insecurity, healthcare, Russian election interference and how he feels … more
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