4th of July
Wildfires in Colorado this summer have made national headlines, and there are concerns fewer people will visit our state because of it.
A man in Aurora is in hot water after police found fireworks in his home.
With the fire danger remaining high to extreme across Colorado, many communities are debating whether to have fireworks shows on the 4th of July.
Creating a memorable family gathering for the Fourth doesn’t have to be fussy or complicated. Here’s how to set a sizzling table, serve a crowd-pleasing meal, and keep everyone entertained with minimal effort or hassle.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
A relatively uneventful Cherry Days Parade on the Fourth of July was interrupted by a man protesting the involvement of resident billionaire Bill Koch. The protester, Sid Lewis – now referred to by many as “Tiananmen Sid” – ran out into the path of an oncoming tank, which was reportedly owned by Koch.
Breckenridge may not had fireworks this year but there was still an aerial show on the 4th of July, thanks to daredevil Colorado pilots.
The fire danger in Colorado continues to range from very high to extreme, and more communities keep coming out with announcements that they won’t have fireworks this year for Independence Day.
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