Colorado Community Media's Local Newspapers
Arvada Press is the newspaper in Arvada, Colorado covering local news, sports, business, jobs, and community events. Previously called the Arvada Sentinel, the newspaper became the Arvada Press in 2005 and was previously of great8newspapers.com.
The two papers have a combined circulation of over 18,000 and a long tradition of serving Castle Rock and greater Douglas County. They keep customers up to speed with what’s happening in all parts of this diverse, fast-growing county. High school sports is one of the “spices of life” in Douglas County with one team or another going deep into the state playoffs every year, and we cover it all.
Every now and then, carts come before horses. In this case, the paper came before the city. With incorporation on the horizon, we felt the people living in the homes marked for inclusion needed a forum to speak out about and understand the birth of their new city. The Citizen was it and has continued to be the primary source of information about what’s happening in the city.
The Elbert County News is a unique paper that reflects a distinct corner of the state. Small-town rural life draws people to Elbert County, and the News brings a home flair to country life.
Englewood is a community with a long history, and it has always been chronicled in this long-standing newspaper. Local business, high school sports, community festivals and coverage of local government make this paper relevant to this diverse community.
Golden Transcript delivers the best local news, information and sports to the community of Golden, Colorado.
In 1981, the master plan for this community moved from the drawing board to the ground. A newsletter was formed to keep residents apprised of happenings in the community. Over time, the newsletter severed ties with the development company and became an independent newspaper, the Highlands Ranch Herald. It’s grown up with the community. The Herald covers the goings-on of the local community, and touches on the bigger issues facing Douglas County as a whole. Schools are vital to this community, where young families thrive and the Herald covers them from all angles, from the football field to the classroom.
Lakewood Sentinel delivers the best local news, information and sports to the community of Lakewood, Colorado.
Never make the mistake of telling a Littleton resident he or she lives in Denver. They live in Littleton and they’re proud of it. Littleton is a city with a deep history, longtime residents who respect that history, and the Independent is their newspaper. It’s a paper with a storied history in a deeply passionate community. Coverage in the Independent is anchored by keeping a keen eye on local politics, reporting on the happenings in its historic downtown, and reflecting on the community’s commitment to the arts.
Booming is the best way to describe Lone Tree. The landscape of the community changes daily as this young city grows into its own. It’s also a community rich in culture, retail enterprise and recreation. The Voice is second to none when it comes to keeping this affluent community abreast of all the changes it contends with and the activities it enjoys along the way.
Northglenn Sentinel delivers the best local news, information and sports to the community of Northglenn, Colorado.
Parker is a fast-growing community with a sense of history. New subdivisions sit next to historic horse properties. The one thing all residents have in common is living there by choice. That kind of interest in the community translates to high expectations for the Parker Chronicle and it delivers, making it one of our largest and best-read newspapers.
The Pikes Peak Courier View is the main source of news in Teller County for more than 60 years. Teller County is home to individuals looking for Colorado mountain living with the convenience of Colorado Springs. With hiking, biking, fishing and wildlife all around, it’s an experience that all residents enjoy. Coverage includes the towns of Woodland Park, Cripple Creek, Victor, Lake George, Green Mountain Falls, Cascade, Divide and unincorporated Teller County. The stories feature all parts of Teller County life, schools, local government, business, and editorial content from the community. The Pikes Peak Courier View is the only legal publication in Teller County.
You won’t need to do a direct mail piece in Teller County, because the Teller County Extra reaches all households. It provides a more economical approach (designed, created, and delivered for less than 10 cents each) to reaching all residents of Teller County. This publication is highly anticipated for its Community Calendar and the local store coupons.
Thornton Sentinel delivers the best local news, information and sports to the community of Thornton, Colorado.
The Tribune has been the main source of news to Woodmoor, Palmer Lake and Monument residents for more than 40 years. The region is one of the fastest-growing areas in El Paso County, not to mention the state. Consisting of two highly rated school districts – Academy District 20 and Lewis-Palmer District 38 – two incorporated town governments in Palmer Lake and Monument, and several unincorporated homeowners associations, The Tribune provides coverage of everything that matters in the northern-most portion of El Paso County.
Westminster Window delivers the best local news, information and sports to the community of Westminster, Colorado.
The westsider delivers the best local news, information and sports to the communities in Westminster and Jefferson County.
Wheat Ridge Transcript delivers the best local news, information and sports to the community of Wheat Ridge.