Today's News

  • Sports briefs

    Joey Deaguero of Commerce City is projected to be the starting 149-pound wrestler for the Adams State College team this season.

        Deaguero, a junior, was 25-11 a year ago and is a two-time All-American.

  • Commerce City ordinance leaves family on wrong side of law

    HENDERSON — Lisa French could hardly say no when her son and daughter-in-law lost their apartment earlier this year and needed a place to stay with their two young children.

    But French’s generosity has now put her on the wrong side of the law.

    By letting the two temporarily move in, it made five adults living in the Newark Street home. French and her husband, as well as her disabled mother-in-law, live in the home.

  • Youth football takes center stage

    While Brighton and Prairie View high schools have finished up their regular seasons, their football fields played host to another football spectacular.

        The Coal Creek Midget Football League played their championship games this past weekend in Brighton.

        CCMFL represents teams from 10 Front Range communities with players ranging in age from 7 to 13. Forty-four teams battled it out over the two days to determine the best of the best. Four teams representing Brighton made it into the final weekend of play.

  • T-Hawks capture first .500 season

    BROOMFIELD  – “We had a good season, I just didn’t want to see it end like this,” ThunderHawks senior Nick Balsey said from the sidelines as he watched the final minutes on the clock roll off.

        The Standley Lake Gators had just scored their final TD, pushing the one-sided scoreboard tally to a 55-9 final score.

  • Breaking NewsDave Rose rescinds concession

    Democratic House District 30 candidate Dave Rose said Wednesday morning he was rescinding his concession to Republican challenger Kevin Priola.

    "I'm not by any means ready to concede," Rose said.

    Rose said he understands there are as many as 5,000 votes still uncounted and that the final tally may not come until the middle of next week.

    He acknowledged with Priola holding 52 percent of the votes, he'd still need a big turnaround to take the seat.

    Priola was enjoying his experience Thursday morning.