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Today's News

  • Lineage Logistics plans to expand, add workers

    Lineage Logistics in Henderson plans to add nearly 116,000 square feet to its existing warehouse in Henderson, the company said in a press statement.

    The cold storage and warehouse company at 8001 East 88th Ave. near Interstate 76 plans to spend an estimated $12.5 million on the project. It’s expected to add 25 jobs to the company’s current workforce of 90 employees.

  • Cannery Lofts property has new owner

    The Cannery Lofts site on North Main Street has a new owner.

    Brian Harvey, owner of ServPro of North Thornton/Brighton, closed on the 1.8-acre property Thursday, April 26, for $700,000. The list price was $699,000. The site includes five buildings in the 200 block of North Main Street, including the historic Colorado Sanitary Canning Factory and the Ferguson Garage. 

  • Growth to bring future ‘silver tsunami’ to county

    One of the most intriguing apects of growth in Adams County is how the population is expected to age in the coming years.

    ‘Millennials’ - people born between 1980 to 1999 - make up the largest portion of current Adams County population, with a county median age of 34.3 years old, according to Elizabeth Garner, the Colorado state demographer. 

  • Baseball: Field change doesn't bother Adams City
  • Soccer: Eagles come up short against Brighton

    Brighton blanked Adams City 3-0 in Commerce City April 28. It was Brighton's eighth straight win and the Eagles' second loss of the season.

    Paige Vogel, Tori Rydzeski and Kali Villalobos scored for Brighton.  Goalkeeper Mackenzie Byrnes recorded the shutout. She had three saves. Adams City goalie Suseth Zamora had eight saves.

  • Track: CHSAA keeps girls-only event at state meet

     AURORA – CHSAA's legislative council turned down a bid to get rid of the girls 800-meter sprint medley relay at ther state track-and-field meet.

    Colorado is one of two states to offer the relay. A reason to get rid of the relay was the lack of a similar event at state for boys teams.

    CHSAA's track and field committee chairman, Darryl Abeyta of Primero High School, said his committee "felt it was time to move on."

  • CHSAA OKs new league alignment guidelines

    AURORA – When CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green took over last year, she promised changes to the same old way of doing things.

    CHSAA's legislative council followed her lead when the subject of league alignments came up April 26. It approved a change to the way the state sets up its athletic conferences.

  • CHSAA approves new transfer rule

     AURORA – There are some more teeth in the state's transfer rule for high-school students.

    CHSAA's Legislative Council approved the new bylaw April 26 during its spring meeting.

    The main change details the length of time for students to be ineligible after a transfer. It's 365 days. It used to be 50 percent of a team's season. One reason for the change was a willingness for student-athletes to sit out half a season but to return in time for postseason play.

  • Learn about plans for Reunion neighborhood

    Oakwood Homes

    offers donuts, tours

    Have coffee with Kelly Leid, the executive vice president of Oakwood Homes at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, April 28, and get the inside scoop on what’s planned next in the Reunion neighborhood.   

    Leid will be in front of the new Reunion Coffee House, 10601 Reunion Parkway in Commerce City. He and other Oakwood officials will give residents hard hat tours of the coffee house and answer questions.

  • State's game officials ask for more money

     AURORA – A former umpire and present referee recruiter asked for financial help to keep officials working high-school games in the state April 26.

    There is a statewide issue with a shortage of officials. In some cases, subvarsity games use just one referee, or they are canceled outright.