City will try again to get its water rights from the Poudre River after a public relations blitz; more than 10,000 potential Thornton homes are on hold as they wait for taps
Aurora, Thornton, Keystone area say they are altering sources, filtering or preparing treatment plants to fight the PFAS threat
Steady, consistent rain in the pivotal spring month has plumped reservoirs and slowed the taps for Front Range users
As drought and unbridled population expansion stretch state water demand beyond the supply, Thornton’s plan-ahead vision is blocked at every turn.
Lori Saine, Barbara Kirkmeyer, Jan Kulmann and Tyler Allcorn are battling over their Republican credentials now. But to win in November they’ll have to woo unaffiliated and Hispanic voters who may be more moderate.
Most of Stephanie Ernst’s students at New America School in Aurora are immigrants who are still learning English, but after a rash of teacher and staff departures this school year, her students no longer have a Spanish program in which they can practice their first language. Nor do they have a school nurse. Or a […]
Thornton Mayor Jan Kulmann, a Republican, has jumped into the crowded 8th Congressional District primary. “I’m an oil and gas engineer, a mayor and a mom,” Kulmann said in a written statement announcing her candidacy Tuesday morning. “Solving problems is what I do. But I also know, sometimes you’ve got to stand up and fight. America is […]
Mayra Dawkins found her calling as a teenage intern at Children’s Hospital of Colorado, struck by the bonds between doctors and nurses and their young patients. Now as a urology nurse on the Children’s Hospital staff, she seeks to provide the same sense of connection — with a soft spot for children like her, from […]
I am a Colorado teacher who works with many undocumented students, and every day I am reminded how desperately we need a pathway to citizenship for all. I have taught students who came to this country when they were months old and live in fear daily that they and their family members will be deported […]
By Sarah Kuta, Fresh Water News Despite a stubborn, 20-year drought and reservoirs whose supplies are below normal, Colorado communities remain split on whether to impose permanent outdoor watering restrictions, according to a Fresh Water News analysis of local watering rules. According to the analysis, which examined rules in 15 cities representing the state’s different […]