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  • Officials discuss household hazardous waste site

    Officials are discussing building a new hazardous waste drop-off site, after seeing how popular one-day, drop-off events are in and around Adams County.

  • Parade time in Commerce City
  • Homecoming week is on at Adams City HS

    Homecoming activities continue the rest of this week at Adams City High School.

    Here's a list of what's on tap ..

    Sept. 19 .. Northglenn plays Adams City in boys soccer. Kickoff is at 6 p.m. .. it's billed as "Pack the House Night."

    Sept. 20 .. Dynamic Duo Day .. students encouraged to dress as their favorite duo.

  • Area police: 208 DUIs in two-week-plus period
  • Ferrets thrive at Rocky Mountain Arsenal

    At least 25 rare, black-footed ferrets have been born in the last two years at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.

    Now, wildlife staffers are trying to find out why the endangered animals are not only surviving, but thriving, on the 25-square-mile wildlife refuge in Commerce City.

  • Officials consider allowing pot sales in Brighton

    City council members could decide to allow marijuana sales in Brighton in the future as a way to generate additional tax revenue.

    Current Brighton tax revenues don’t generate enough money to keep up with the estimated annual $36 million it takes to keep the city running, according to Clint Blackhurst, acting city manager.

    City council members banned retail marijuana shops in June 2013.

  • Mom, child missing after kidnapping

    The search continued late Aug. 31 for a 1-year-old child and his mother who were taken from their Commerce City home at gunpoint.

    Officials issued an Amber Alert for the toddler, Zahid Adams. He and his mother, Samantha Adams, have not been seen since the incident began. The getaway car turned up in Pueblo around 4 p.m. But the Adamses and the suspect, 22-year-old Mauricio Venzor-Gonzalez, were not with the car. Authorities said the child is the son of Venzor-Gonzales and Ms. Adams.

  • New headquarters open for business

    The South Adams County Fire Department has a new place to call home.

    It dedicated its new headquarters at 6050 Syracuse St. during an Aug. 16 ceremony.

    "With all of our growth, the old location was no longer practical," said Lt. Michael Gawal, the department's spokesman. "This building is a great tribute to our past as well."

  • $27.5 million animal shelter is a ‘done deal’

    A planned $27.5 million Adams County animal shelter at the Adams County Fairgrounds will move forward, despite continued complaints from residents. During a public meeting at the Waymire Dome recently, several residents expressed discontent with Adams County officials after hearing that the animal shelter was a ‘done deal.’

    “What are we even doing here?” at least one person in the crowd of more than 50 shouted out during the meeting.

  • Officials pay $3.5 million for farmland for agritourism

    Elected city officials recently decided to buy Sable Farm for $3.5 million to preserve it as agricultural land and open space.

    The Sable/Anderson/Hattendorf farmland is about 64 acres of land west of Sable Road between East 144th and East 148th avenues. The sale also included 70.8 shares of Fulton Ditch water, which must be used on the land or on other nearby farmland.