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Girls soccer: Despite the obstacles, Fort Lupton's Garcia is ready for the next step

 For many high-school athletes, there are many obstacles that can stand in the way of playing any sport at the next level -- not getting enough exposure to college scouts, season-ending … more

Colorado lawmakers plan to overhaul unemployment system

Colorado lawmakers are planning to introduce a bill as soon as this week that would overhaul the state’s unemployment system and also send roughly $600 million to the depleted unemployment … more

Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival set to return to Olde Town Arvada after two-year layoff

The world’s only festival focusing on archtop guitars is returning to Arvada after a two-year COVID-19-induced layoff, with the Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival set to come to Olde Town from … more

You will find connection at the Benchmark Theatre

If we’ve learned anything from the last two years, it’s that all of us, at one point or another, will get sick. It’s not an enjoyable truth to ruminate on, but one that was repeatedly proven in … more

CCMRD's annual aquatic egg hunt returns

More than two years after the local veterans coalition donated thousands of Easter eggs, the Clear Creek rec district finally got to christen them at its annual Egg-Stravaganza on April 16. more

Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide resume in-person gatherings

Beginning April 1, all congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses across the globe will resume its in-person meetings. Resuming in-person meetings coincides with two global events being held in all … more

Golddiggers seek out summer jobs, scholarships at career fair

Whether they're looking for a part-time job, a summer internship or a scholarship, Clear Creek High School students had time to consider the paths ahead of them at a March 29 career fair. more

CCHS breaks up end-of-day routine with School Olympics

Clear Creek High School students didn’t have to go all the way to Paris to compete in the Olympics. more

State’s missing workers may just be disengaged

Scratch that old 2021 stat that Colorado has recovered 89% of jobs lost in the early days of COVID. The state did even better, according to new revisions that were just announced. We’re at 95.3% … more

Tommyknocker Brewery hosts first-of-its-kind comedy show

On March 4, Tommyknocker Brewery & Pub hosted a dinner and comedy show, a new event the brewery put together with Idaho Springs resident and comedian Susan Udero. more

Clear Creek's Parker Scott finishes third at Skimeister

Three Clear Creek skiers placed in the top 10 at the March 1 Skimeister Championships in Steamboat Springs. more

Celebrating Denver’s culinary scene

Denver’s culinary scene is like a hidden gem nationally, said Justin Bresler, vice president of marketing for Visit Denver, but it’s something locals have always known about. Denver Restaurant … more

Colorado again loosens school COVID guidance

Citing a continued decline in the recent coronavirus surge, the state public health department updated its school COVID-19 guidance, laying out an option for K-12 schools to start treating the virus more like other infectious diseases in schools. more

Mask mandates lifted around Denver metro area

As Colorado has seen a continued decline in coronavirus spread, several counties have lifted the mask mandates that swept through the Denver metro area for schools and other indoor public places. more

A tribute to perserverance at the DJFF

If there’s one thing most of us have learned over the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s perseverance. And that all-important trait is honored in the 26th annual Denver Jewish Film Festival. … more

Masks, COVID-19 testing optional in Clear Creek schools starting Feb. 26

The county commissioners, sitting as Clear Creek’s Board of Health, have unanimously voted to no longer require masks and COVID-19 testing at local schools, effective Saturday, Feb. 26. more

Treatment, understanding of Alzheimer's advanced in 2021: 5 things to know

In the second half of 2021, the world of Alzheimer's research saw renewed excitement in a class of experimental Alzheimer's drugs, according to a nonprofit that pushes for the prevention and cure of … more

Clear Creek wrestler advances to state tournament

Clear Creek sophomore Isaiah Jenkins has advanced to the 2A state wrestling tournament, which will be Feb. 17-19 at Denver’s Ball Arena. more

‘The Liar’ revels in the stupidity and power of love

Any and all muscles lose their strength if they’re not used. Even comedic ones. So, when it comes to putting on a production after two very strange years, it’s understandable that rust needed to … more

Local couples reflect on joys, challenges of working together

Quality time is described as one of the five love languages, but couples must figure out how much time is best. For couples who work together, that can be challenging. more
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