Today's News

  • Primrose students make a difference

    Hundreds of Commerce City kids will enjoy books with their families thanks to Primose School.

        Nine kindergarteners from the reunion Primrose School visited Community Health Services March 16. Twenty-three more kindergarteners from Stapleton Primrose stopped by March 23.

  • Happenings

    Funshine Summer

    Camp registration

  • Farewell to a friend


        The front page announcement on last week’s edition of the Commerce City Beacon was unexpected and saddened our hearts –   that it was to be the last edition that Norm and Janet Union would be publishing. 

  • T-Hawks claim second in Brighton track meet

       BRIGHTON – Prairie View’s track teams took second place in this year’s Brighton quadrangular meet.

        “Things went pretty well,” Prairie View coach Kathy Zehrbach said. “We were still a little tired from Monday’s quad at Westminster. But the team went out and competed well.”

  • Lacrosse debuts at home
  • COMOM designed to help those in need of dental care

    For increasing amounts of patients, dental care is a form of treatment that is financially out of reach, and that spells trouble for their overall health. Poor dental health affects a person’s ability to eat, their ability to communicate and their appearance, all of which may have negative effects on their well-being and self-esteem.

  • New FasTracks proposal proves RTD, metro mayors out of touch

    There was a time where I was convinced that the Regional Transit District Board was solely out of touch with their constituents concerning taxes and concepts as simple as fiscal responsibility and return on the dollar. I’ve since broadened that view to include the metro area mayors, the majority of whom voted during their caucus last week to recommend RTD add another 4-cent-to-the-dollar sales tax increase to pay for FasTracks.

  • Conditions worsening around Denver


    DENVER — The Colorado Department of Transportation reports conditions in Northern Colorado and the Denver metro area are worsening with major delays possible.

    According to CDOT spokeswoman Mindy Crane, the Golden and Boulder areas are getting hit extremely hard and CDOT is discouraging travel on US 36 and along I-70 near Ward Road in Wheat Ridge.

  • Adams 14 schools closed Friday; city to reopen

    COMMERCE CITY -- Though the spring blizzard closed city offices early Thursday, the city says it will be open for business starting at 8 a.m.  Friday.

    The only exception is the recreation center, according to the city's web site. 

    The blizzard meant an early closure for schools in the Adams 14 School District Thursday and a continued closure of schools and district offices Friday.

  • Prairie View-Ridge View baseball postponed

    Tuesday's baseball game between Prairie view and Ridge View Academy was postponed.


    There was no word on a make-up date.