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Spring activities on hold in bid to keep kids safe

Nobody should blame Rhonda Blanford-Green if she feels overwhelmed, stressed, anxious or pressured these days. These are common thoughts for people who have to make tough decisions. Blanford-Green is … more

Colorado stay-at-home order likely to extend past April 11

Colorado's steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19 appear to be paying off, but the statewide stay-at-home order will likely be extended past its initial expiration date of April 11, Gov. Jared Polis … more

Stay-at-home orders create crisis for those without home

Brandy Sims just wants to take a shower. “A woman wants to keep clean,” said Sims, 41. “I'd go without food if I could just wash my hair.” She and her husband have been sleeping in their car … more

Arapahoe County sheriff's deputy tests positive for COVID-19

An Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office deputy has tested positive for COVID-19, the office announced in a March 27 news release. “The deputy is being supported and resources are available to the … more

Major disaster declaration approved for Colorado

The federal government approved a major disaster declaration for the effects of COVID-19 in Colorado, the governor's office announced March 28. The declaration allows Colorado to receive assistance … more

County waives interest on certain tax payments

Arapahoe County businesses and residents who intended to pay their property taxes in full on April 30 now have the option of paying in two equal installments, with the first half due by April 20 and … more

Arapahoe County human services caseworkers continue to meet needs

Arapahoe County child and adult protection workers have stepped up health protection protocols to help slow the spread of COVID-19 when delivering human services and protection services … more

GOP state senators criticize Polis on stay-at-home order

Nearly the entire list of state Senate Republicans signed a letter to Gov. Jared Polis that criticized Colorado's statewide stay-at-home order aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, arguing that … more

Littleton Adventist doctor:'This is far beyond the flu'

As the number of COVID-19 infections ramps up, Littleton Adventist Hospital is bracing for the impact. “This isn't a sprint, it's a marathon,” said Dr. Mark Elliott, the president of medical … more

Distilleries lend a hand to meet demand

Around the time a national increase in COVID-19 cases began leading to product shortages, Spring44 Distilling in Loveland planned to make one highly demanded product — hand sanitizer — on-site. … more

Jazz Road Tour grants

Emerging and mid-career jazz artists can apply for a Jazz Road Tour grant for up to $15,000 to support a tour that brings jazz music to rural, isolated and underserved parts of the country. Artists … more

Mo' Print

The Month of Printmaking, also known as Mo’Print, kicked off its fourth biennial celebration this year. Mo’Print celebrates of the art of making original, fine-art prints. Throughout Colorado, … more

And all that jazz

A conversation about jazz music with Peter Stoltzman would include him describing it as a “fascinating and deeply meaningful type of music.” “Jazz, unlike any other music, has improvisation at … more

how to donate

Examples of some of the gifts are 15 boxes of food for the Food Bank of the Rockies, 15 gas cards valued at $15 for veteran members of the Motorcycle Relief Project and 15 sleeping bags to the Denver … more

Denver’s theater scene speaks amid COVID-19 closures

I’ve written this column for more than two years, and I would be surprised if I went more than two entries during this tenure without mentioning some kind of theatrical production. There’s a good … more

Virtual sister time

Months ago, I had envisioned writing this column about Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which is in April. My dad has Parkinson’s disease, so it is a topic that I am very much invested in. Not just … more

Perfect 10 office moving forward with plans, projects

Seven months into my first term as the District 10 representative on Denver City Council, the world is facing a pandemic. COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, has reached Denver. First found in … more

‘In It Together’

Local singer-songwriter Sarah Cotner, who goes by Sarah Christine, had a lot to let go of as the coronavirus pandemic began wreaking havoc on plans for her national tour. “I’ve booked over 50 … more

An ‘unexpected new normal’

With children on an extended spring break and people working from home, parents everywhere are modifying daily routines and schedules to accommodate both child care and career success simultaneously. … more

‘The unknown creates a lot of unease’

It is natural for the unknown to create a lot of distress. “Accept anxiety as an integral part of human experience,” said Vincent Atchity, president and CEO of Mental Health Colorado. But “the … more
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