GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. (KDVR) — The Cherry Creek School District announced Thursday that it will start school on Aug. 17 with in-person and hybrid classes. Online-only students will begin classes immediately, while those attending in-person or in hybrid learning situations will be phased in through the first week. In a letter sent to students and […]
The park at the center of Arturo Rodriguez’s neighborhood, where his family has been for five generations, is called La Raza. He said it means “the people” — which means empowerment, pride and unity. “Viva La Raza,” he said, repeating the refrain of the Chicano movement in the 1960s and ’70s. But the official name […]
Michael Reese thought it would be fun to run up the precipitous First Flatiron above Boulder to see how fast he could do it. And we do mean run. He did have to mix in some hand holds in sections, but the Boulder rock climber ran and scrambled pretty much straight up the 60-degree face […]
DENVER (KDVR) – Student athletes at NCAA Division II and III schools will not have the chance to compete for fall championships. The decision was announced Wednesday afternoon, and will impact a handful of schools in Colorado, including Colorado Christian University, Adams State, Colorado School of Mines, Regis University, Colorado College and Metropolitan State University […]
Oh Bande Lyrics by Ninja is latest Punjabi song with music given by Avvy Sra. Oh bande song lyrics are written by Pardeep Malak and video is directed by Yasheen Ghurail.
In a virtual Manitou Springs City Council meeting on Tuesday, a motion to reopen the Incline with a free reservation system was passed on a 5-2 vote. This action to reopen the trail was achieved by approving a Memorandum of Understanding with Colorado Springs, which will operate and manage the reservation system. Manitou Public Works are maintaining […]
DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado high school athletes will be adjusting to a new schedule this fall. However they’re not alone: California and Minnesota are moving sports to later this year or next spring. Most states are not planning such significant changes, with Michigan, Indiana and South Dakota still planning a traditional schedule. >>RELATED: CHSAA bumps […]