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Colorado legislative leader Neville defends defiant Castle Rock eatery

A masked Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville walked up to the front of Castle Rock restaurant C&C Coffee and Kitchen on May 12 and taped a $20 bill to the business' window. more

CCM garners 13 awards in annual state contest

Colorado Community Media won 13 awards, including nine first-place honors, in the Colorado Press Association's annual Better News Media Contest. CCM's newspapers competed in Class 4, the … more

Some laid-off Colorado workers refusing employers' back-to-work calls

As limits on business operations triggered by the coronavirus pandemic are slowly being relaxed across Colorado, some employers are asking their laid-off workers to come back to work — but not all … more

COVID-19 testing expands across Colorado

Nearly two months after COVID-19 testing got off to a rocky start in Colorado, the state announced expanded locations that appear to approach its goal of mass testing for Coloradans. And at some of … more

For grieving parents of Kendrick Castillo, ‘everything in life is different’

Colorado Community Media speaks with the parents of the hero student who died while trying to protect his classmates. more

TV's 'Sheriff Scotty,' former Englewood mayor, dies

Edward Smith Scott, a graduate of Englewood High School and a former Englewood city councilmember and mayor, has died at the age of 91. Scott, who was born on Aug. 4, 1928 in Denver, died at his home … more

Colorado's 'safer at home' order: What's allowed, what's open?

Coloradans dodged the possibility of a second extension of the statewide stay-at-home order, but the new set of rules that went into effect April 27 may strike people as even more confusing. The main … more

Denver schools hit by steep COVID-19 costs

With Colorado school buildings closed, and students learning remotely from home, it might seem that districts are saving money. But that’s not necessarily the case. Denver Public Schools officials … more

Colorado Renaissance Festival delayed

The popular summer attraction that draws throngs to south Douglas County has been postponed for several weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic. more

The next chapter begins at CCM

This week marks a transition in editorial leadership for Colorado Community Media, publisher of your hometown newspapers. After 13 years with these papers, longtime Managing Editor Chris Rotar is … more

Craft breweries fight for survival

Since opening in Sheridan's River Point development west of South Santa Fe Drive in 2016, Dead Hippie Brewing has seen “continuous growth” in its revenues. However even by those standards, owner … more

Mental health providers see demand grow amid pandemic

The coronavirus crisis has impacted mental health services across metro Denver in different ways. One provider, AllHealth Network, with locations in Arapahoe and Douglas counties, has taken on … more

Colorado Community Media earns honors in multi-state contest

Colorado Community Media reporters won seven awards, including three first-place honors, in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2020 Top of the Rockies Contest. The contest matched papers from … more

Website offers help for out-of-work Coloradans

Coloradans affected by job loss in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic can now go to one site to find resources and options with the launch of OnwardCO.org. According to a news release, OnwardCO … more

Polis 'optimistic' but not certain about schools re-opening in August

Gov. Jared Polis said he expects in-person classes to resume at the state's schools in the fall, but acknowledged that it isn't certain. more

Denver metro area runners navigate postponements, crowded trails amid COVID-19

In March, Lakewood High School cross-country and track coach Bryn Smetana was four months into training for her first Boston Marathon. She was following a training schedule planned out to the day and … more

Colorado stay-at-home order to end on time; some restrictions will remain

In the final week of Colorado's stay-at-home order, Gov. Jared Polis compared the month-long measure to a sprint and emphasized that the months ahead — a “marathon” of social distancing — … more

Renters struggling as COVID-19 pandemic drags on

Anna Alling-Rafferty spent her pregnancy in a homeless shelter. With the help of a housing assistance group, she, her husband David and their daughter Remi, now six months old, landed a two-bedroom … more

Colorado Democrats put Romanoff at the top of the U.S. Senate primary ballot over Hickenlooper

Andrew Romanoff will face John Hickenlooper on the June 30 primary ballot in a bid to face U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in November, Democrats decided Saturday in a state party assembly held online amid the coronavirus pandemic. more
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