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Colorado becomes first state to include gender affirming health care

Starting in 2023, transgender and nonbinary Coloradans will have broader access to gender affirming care. Governor Jared Polis announced that GAC will be included as an essential health benefit on … more

Ribbon cutting celebrates completion of Olde Town projects

To commemorate the competition of the Olde Town Arvada semi-permanent pedestrian area and the completion of Phase One of the Ralston Road Improvement Project, the City of Arvada held the largest … more

Jeffco Public Libraries opens holds locker in Candelas

Bookworms in northwest Arvada will have an easier time accessing Jefferson County Public Library materials going forward, as JCPL opened a Holds Locker and Returns Bin outside the Candelas Swim and … more

Colo. kids fell behind on math during pandemic

Colorado students tumbled further behind in math as the pandemic closed schools and learning went largely virtual, according to a new analysis of this year’s state assessments results. The report … more

A second life for lost luggage at DIA

Denver International Airport handles a massive amount of luggage every year. In 2019, the last full year before the COVID-19 pandemic, 69 million passengers traveled through the airport with bags in … more

CTE opportunities for Jeffco students — an overview

Career and Technical Education (CTE) was the main topic of October’s Jeffco Board of Education meeting. Seen as a pathway to career and college readiness, CTE has been a component of Jeffco schools … more

Weld sheriff's deputies recover stolen cars, tools

GREELEY -- A Weld County Sheriff's Office strike team investigation recovered eight stolen vehicles and some $140,000 worth of stolen tools from areas throughout Denver, according to a press … more

5A softball brackets released

AURORA -- The Colorado High School Activities Association released the pairings for this year's class 5A state softball tournament ... First-round games are at 10 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Friday, Oct. … more

Calling all book lovers

Reading five to six books every month for an entire year to select material and authors for the Rocky Mountain Literary Festival is just part of the leg work behind the scenes of the annual … more

School-year wellness: 5 ways to support children’s immune health

(BPT) - While staying healthy is a priority, your children’s health always rises to the top, particularly during the school season. However, it can be challenging to not only come up with … more

Flu season is here: What you need to know

(BPT) - After more than 18 months of taking precautions to help stop the spread of COVID-19, the world is slowly reopening — families and friends are reuniting, workers are heading back into … more

Three Ways to Travel Smarter This Holiday Season

(BPT) - For many of us, this holiday season means celebrating with family and friends and making new, lasting memories. Some of us might even be planning to travel to be with family and friends … more

BookTrib's Bites: A Little Bit of Everything

(NewsUSA) "Almost Happy" by Dr. Brian Kaplan and Hephzibah Kaplan It's a proven fact: We are healthier and happier when we are laughing. Not only is laughter good for our body, … more

Six Inspiring Storage Solutions from Simple to Sophisticated

(NewsUSA) There's no such thing as too much storage space. And that goes double for thoughtfully designed, carefully constructed cabinets, closets, shelves, and other home stowage solutions. … more

El glucagón listo para usar proporciona seguridad en el control de la diabetes

(BPT) - Despertar en medio de la noche con el sonido de la alarma de alerta por el nivel de azúcar en sangre bajo de su hijo. Comenzar a ver borroso durante un viaje por carretera con la … more

Watermedia exhibition is an artistic tribute

If you had ever been in Ruth Morehouse and David Schnarch’s house when they lived in Evergreen, it would have been apparent that they appreciate art. “There was art all over our house,” said … more

Doctors address myths about breast cancer

Dr. Lisa Wynn said every year as she treats women, she always hears the list of misconceptions and myths that are not only tied to breast cancer, but also the screenings to detect the disease. No … more

Opinion: Improve retention with persistent consistency

As we continue to talk about hiring and keeping a productive and performance-driven team, we must include “Consistency” in our “5 C’s for Retaining Top Talent.” This is the fourth column in … more

Opinion: Tax and estate plan deadline coming soon

It is never fun to think about taxes and even estate planning, but looming deadlines should push you to pay attention before it is too late. This December marks the last opportunity to impact your … more

Flight for Life crew impacted by laser strike

A Flight for Life pilot said he has fully recovered after falling victim to a laser incident in Castle Rock. Eric Billings, a 20-year commercial pilot, said he was leading a crew to drop off a … more
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