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Fire breaks out at old ACHS building

South Adams County fire officials are looking into the cause of a fire at the former Adams City High School building near East 69th Avenue and U.S. Highway 85. It started around 8 a.m. July … more

Auto-theft suspect on the run

Commerce City police are  searching for an auto-theft suspect. He is 32-year-old Phillip Young, a Hispanic who stands 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 210 pounds. He has brown hair and brown … more

Addressing residents’ three main concerns

This July will mark two years that I have had the honor of representing the people of District 5 on the Denver City Council. I decided to run for office to bring the voice of the people back to city … more

Help the city forester protect and diversify our urban forest

To begin with some background information, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive insect and has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees in North America. It is believed that EAB likely arrived … more

Celebrating liberation

As I write this column, we are celebrating Juneteenth in its first year as a federal holiday. More than a century and a half after it was first celebrated in Texas, we finally have national … more

Building a history of architecture in Denver

One of my favorite things about a city is the symphony of architectural and design styles that go into making it a vibrant and dynamic place to spend time. And History Colorado’s latest exhibit, … more

Council OKs body cameras for Brighton police

Brighton City Council voted unanimously to approve a 10-year, $2.7 million contract to secure body cameras for the Brighton Police Department.Seven of the nine council members approved the contract … more

Mitigating climate change locally

As Coloradans live through summers that climate experts confirm are indeed hotter and drier than the past, we are reminded of the urgency of mitigating climate change by reducing the greenhouse gas … more

‘Let’s keep working together’

Are we moving too quickly? De-masking and gathering in ever-larger groups too soon? Too soon for comfort for many. Too soon for science? Only time will tell. But without question, the times are … more

Jodi's Race for Awareness

Ovarian Cancer Survivors gather for a group photo at the 2019 Jodi's Race for Awareness. The event last year took place virtually, and the 2021 Jodi's Race for Awareness, which is the 12th … more

The bright lights shine on Denver

In many cases listening to a podcast is a passive activity - something people listen to while exercising, sitting in the car or doing chores around the house. But “The Bright Lights of Denver,” a … more

Addressing food insecurity in Denver

A typical Colorado Spring is finally here. Fresh vegetables will soon be emerging from the soil in community gardens across Denver. These community farms are long-term investments in neighborhoods, … more

A building that stands out in the city landscape

Brutalist architecture, though popular in the 1960s and 1970s, isn’t necessarily everybody’s favorite style of architecture today. But there is one Brutalist building in particular in the Speer … more

Making our corner of Denver welcoming, inclusive and compassionate

Spring is a time of great hope and new beginnings. I am hopeful that this spring will usher in a fresh new start for our city and the world. Denverites are looking forward to being with friends and … more

Miners Alley returns with a little zen

It may be more than a year later than hoped for, but Golden’s Miners Alley Playhouse is finally getting a new season off the ground - and it’s doing so with the world premiere of a show written … more

Spring into a new perspective with Porthos

Happy spring, Denverites! Spring is always one of my favorite seasons. The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer, which means more walks with my dad — who you know as your city … more

A round-up of events that reflect the changes of a year in COVID-19

It’s difficult to believe the COVID-19 pandemic has been the dominant feature of our lives for right around a full year. Few industries were stopped dead in their tracks the way the performing arts … more

My personal background on growing up near a halfway house

Early in the morning on Feb. 9, Denver City Council passed the Group Living Text Amendment by an 11-2 vote, after several hours of public testimony from more than 100 community members. As we … more
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