Today's News

  • Track failure leads to traffic detours

    It may be sometime early Wednesday, Oct. 11, before anyone can use East 60th Avenue between Clermont Street and Brighton Boulevard.

    A train carrying cargo caused "severe damage" to train tracks that needs to be fixed immediately in the 4400 block of East 60th Avenue, according to Commerce City officials.

  • Hickenlooper grilled during Commerce City town hall

    Gov. John Hickenlooper fielded questions about labor fraud, gun control and DACA during a packed and often contentious meeting Wednesday, Oct. 4 at the Commerce City Civic Center, 7887 E. 60th Ave.
    Encalada LaTorre, an undocumented immigrant from Peru, held a young child in her arms as she asked the governor to reconsider a pardon for her. She gained notoriety in Colorado earlier this year after she claimed sanctuary in a Denver church for six months. She faces deportation after being convicted of identity theft and fraud.

  • Soccer: Raiders slip past ACHS

    Cristofer Reza scored the game-winning goal with three minutes left as Rangeview nipped Adams City 3-2 in Commerce City Oct. 3.

    The win kept Rangeview as one of two undefeated teams in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference as of Oct. 4. The other is Hinkley.

    Alexis Flores scored the Raiders' other goals. No stats were available for the Eagles.

  • 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.

  • Spaceport application headed to FAA in December

    Front Range Airport officials are preparing for a Spaceport Colorado launch.

    If approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, Spaceport Colorado could some day send people to the outer edges of Earth and into orbital space. Officials plan to submit a license application to the FAA in December to get spaceport approval for the 3,100-acre airport about six miles southeast of Denver International Airport.

  • Football: Far NE Warriors lead early, beat Eagles

     DENVER – Adams City football coach Jesse Jones made no effort to hide his displeasure with the performance of his squad against Far Northeast Warriors Sept. 30.

    FNE rolled to a 45-14 win. The Warriors got three touchdowns from Jakai Thurmond and two more from Marcus Rice en route to the non-conference victory.

  • Softball: Northglenn spoils ACHS senior day
  • Big fourth quarter sends Eagles on their way

    The secret to Adams City's 38-14 homecoming win over Littleton Sept. 23 went far beyond a 22-point scoring parade in the fourth quarter.

  • Parade time in Commerce City
  • Soccer: Adams City on a roll

    Adams City's soccer team enjoys a three-game winning streak, thanks to a pair of wins this week.

    The Eagles scored three times in the first half and blanked Prairie View 5-0 Sept. 21. Francisco Cigarroa scored twice. Avisay Roman, Anjelo Vasquez and Gustavo Chihuahua also picked up goals. No stats were available for PVHS.

    ACHS beat Northglenn 3-1 Sept. 19. Elvis Mena scored two goals in the second half to help the Eagles to the win. Benjamin Santristeban also picked up a goal for Adams City.