505 Southwestern® Names Ted Gardner As President

Former Leader Of La Victoria And Herdez Brands Brings 30 Years Of Relevant Experience GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. and ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., July 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — 505 Southwestern®, the leading premium green chile brand in the USA, announced today that it has hired Ted Gardner as its President. Identified as the "craft beer of salsa," 505 is one of the fastest-growing Southwestern-branded food products companies in the country. 505 Southwestern Logo…

How the trade war with China could crush California’s $2.7 trillion economy and hurt other states

watch now Roughly one year into the U.S. trade war with China, importers and exporters are still finding workarounds for the tariffs. But with new tariffs going into effect this month and no end to the battle in sight, experts say it may be only a matter of time before the full impact is felt. The ripple effect will reverberate throughout state economies in a myriad of ways. But it’s…

Officials warn some Colorado waterways running high

Alexander Kane, 15, braves the rapids while tubing down the St. Vrain River on Friday in Lyons. 0 By Kelsey Hammon, Longmont Times-Call When the summer days turn long and hot, Boulder County residents often seek a little respite in the cool depths of the area’s rivers and lakes. With the potential for high snowpack and a wet spring expected to culminate, officials are advising residents to make sure they…

Galaxy suffer a fourth consecutive loss, falling to the Colorado Rapids

CARSON >> Life without Zlatan Ibrahimovic didn’t get off to a good start for the Galaxy. Ibrahimovic served the first of a two-game suspension for violent conduct stemming from an incident last week against New York City FC. Ibrahimovic will also miss Friday’s game at Orlando City SC. Sunday, the Galaxy created chances, weathered a few missed opportunities by the Colorado Rapids, but that changed in the 82nd minute. Andre…

Cherry Creek High School rallies resources for community after recent student suicides

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Cherry Creek High School principal Ryan Silva reached out to community members on Friday to offer mental health support to students after three suicides occurred within the community during the past two months. An email addressed to CCHS states that mental health support is available for students until 6 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The Cherry Creek School District…

Expert tips on wildfire season in Colorado

As the weather in Colorado starts to warm up, the threat of wildfires in the state increases. Einar Jensen, a Risk Reduction Specialist with South Metro Fire Rescue, sat down with 9NEWS to answer some questions about wildfire season. He offered up some tips on what to do if a wildfire is reported in your area. Q. When is wildfire season in Colorado? A. Wildfire season in Colorado is basically…

Public Meetings June 3

TUESDAY GREENWOOD COUNTY ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE COMMITTEE TIME: 4 p.m. LOCATION: Greenwood Library AGENDA: PRESENTATION: John Wiseman with Greenwood Capital regarding Update of Greenwood County Operating and Electric Capital Accounts; OLD BUSINESS: Ordinance 2018-16 providing for the adoption for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018, of operating and capital budgets for the operation of the government of Greenwood County, the identification of the sources of anticipated revenue including taxes…

A billionaire is opening a new mental health center in Colorado to treat veterans and their families

About half of U.S. military veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan don’t receive the mental health treatment they need, and the vast Veterans Health Administration system often doesn’t offer care for veterans’ families or for many veterans who were not honorably discharged. So, on Monday, a new clinic funded by one of the nation’s wealthiest men and linked with the University of Colorado will officially open in Greenwood Village…

Owners of former Red and Jerry’s betting hall double their money after renovating and selling property

Construction continues at the former Red & Jerry’s site at 1840 W. Oxford Ave. on October 19, 2017 in Sheridan, Colorado. The 100,000-square-foot building was sold to Cadence Capital Investments for about $7.5 million. A massive renovation is underway to transform the space into a showroom for a Ferguson Kitchen Supply showroom, which is being built while renovations are going on. Crews from Engineered Demolition, Inc. take down walls and…