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A northern suburb of the city of Denver, Commerce City is known for its Mile High Greyhound Park dog track and races. Some of the oldest sites in Commerce City are its cemeteries, the oldest being founded in 1876. Until the 1920's most of the area was focused on agriculture until the appearance of a refinery in the 1930's. The city officially became Commerce in 1962. Home to the Suncor Energy oil refinery the city can produce up to 90,000 barrels per day.
Local Newspapers: The Commerce City Beacon The Commerce City Sentinel Express
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos & Nuggets Colorado Avalanche Rockies & Rapids
Local Colleges: Johnson & Wales University
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Towns/Cities near commerce city, colorado : North Washington Adams City Derby Irondale
Tractor-trailer turnover causes 4-hour delay
A tractor-trailer rig carrying a dry cement mix turned over at the intersection of U.S. Highway 85 and 120th Avenue, causing traffic delays for almost four hours on Thursday, March 23. The trailer was headed southbound on Highway 85 and took the westbound turn onto 120thAvenue too quickly, causing the vehicle to turn over a little before 4 p.m., police said. The cement mix spilled when the vehicle tipped, but it was non-hazardous, according to Officer Greg Sadar at the Commerce City police department.Suncor incident spewed toxic gases
Suncor Refinery in Commerce City spewed toxic gases into the air on Saturday, March 11, after an Xcel power outage temporarily shut down operations, according to media reports. access to all the exclusive content of the web site! Simply register to receive uninterrupted access to our award-winning and in-depth local online content! If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the Commerce City, then simply find your account number on your mailing label and enter it below.Five suburbs outrun Denver for population gains in recovery
A lot of attention is paid to how fast Denver's population is growing, and the city attracted a disproportionate share of newcomers to Colorado during the recovery, especially millennials seeking an urban experience. But a study from Lawnstarter found five suburbs added people at a faster clip than Denver, and what they shared in common was an ability to add homes and apartments Lone Tree, at 19 percent, had the fastest rate of population growth between 2010 and 2015 out of two dozen Denver suburbs studied, according to Lawnstarter, which relied on population counts from the American Community Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau.Medicaid's future drives Colorado MS patient to Mike Coffman's office
It's not the protest you're used to seeing at congressional member's office, but Elizabeth Colatrella of Commerce City delivered a personal message about Medicaid outside Rep. Mike Coffman's office Thursday. "I am here to fight for to keep Medicaid, because I rely on it not just for medicines and doctors' visits, but for home care or maids to come four times a day to get dressed, showered, fed and are all paid for by my Medicaid so if we don't have that what are we going to do?" said the 52-year-old who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999.Murder of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements remains unsolved four years later
Colorado Department of Corrections officers during the Pledge of Allegiance at the Fallen Officer Memorial honoring the head of the DOC, Tom Clements at the Territorial Correctional Facility park Saturday morning, March 15, 2014. Clements was killed March 19, 2013 at his home.Suncor oil refinery spewed hundreds of pounds of toxic gases over...
Malfunctions at the Suncor oil refinery just north of Denver triggered toxic belches spewing more than 100 pounds of hydrogen sulfide and more than 500 pounds of sulfur dioxide gas into the air this week, exceeding state air quality limits. The malfunctions after a 6-minute Xcel Energy power outage also led to emissions of carbon monoxide at concentrations up to 1,120 parts per million, according to a company report submitted to state health officials and reviewed by The Denver Post.Tower Road in Commerce City to close 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday through Monday
Tower Road will close fully in Commerce City, from East 96th Avenue to East 103rd Avenue, from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. this weekend so that a temporary ramp can be paved and utilities can be installed. Drivers heading south on Tower Road should turn right onto East 104th Avenue, left onto Chambers Road, left onto East 96th Avenue, right onto the Buckley Road detour and then right onto Tower Road.Denver pot shops could stay open until midnight
Denver Becomes The 'Emerald City' During 'Running Of The Green' Hundreds of people turned downtown Denver into the Emerald City on Sunday for the annual Running of the Green. Power Failure At Suncor: Massive Flames Shoot In The Air A power failure at the Suncor refinery in Commerce City Saturday night is believed to be the cause of massive flames shooting into the air Saturday night.Power failure at Commerce City Suncor refinery produces "visible flare"
A power failure at Suncor's Commerce City Refinery on Saturday evening led to an "operational upset" and flames shooting from the facility, the South Adams County Fire Department said. "At approximately 10 p.m. tonight, Suncor's Commerce City Refinery experienced a total power failure from Xcel Energy which resulted in an operational upset.Crackdown on illegal home-grows gets initial OK from Colorado House
A bill that gets tougher on illegal home-grows received an initial approval in the Colorado House Friday, but not after a fierce debate over public safety and jailing people who need medical marijuana. Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, held up a stack of papers at the chamber, and emotion came and went from his voice.Midnight closing time for Denver marijuana shops? New council proposal floats idea
Pot shoppers make a late night purchase at Emerald Fields in Glendale, which is open till midnight, April 29, 2015. Shops in Denver are forced by the city to close by 7 p.m., and it's become an issue with pot shop owners within Denver city limits.Anthony Ruptak, Illegal Pete's team up for refugee benefit concert
The news of President Trump's executive order affecting refugees and immigrants hit close to home for singer-songwriter Anthony Ruptak - literally. Though Ruptak is a natural-born Coloradan, the singer-songwriter shares fences with immigrants of Hispanic and Middle-Eastern descent at his home in Commerce City.AdCo Economic Development promotes Bedolla
Angie Bedolla will replace Melvin Yarber as the economic development specialist and enterprise zone administrator, according to an email from Barry Gore, president and CEO of the Westminster-based office. According to Gore, Bedolla will oversee the business retention and expansion program and support the group's Business Retention and Expansion, or BRE, taskforce.Stalkers' bail the subject of bill tabled by a House committee
A bill to deny bond for people guilty of felony stalking or habitual domestic violence was tabled by the Colorado House Judiciary Committee Thursday. Some legislators had concerns about unintended consequences, so they sent the bill back for a vote later to consider amendments.Work begins on new interchange; 96th Ave. closed
East 96th Avenue is closed until at least March 17 so crews can construct a new interchange at Tower Road. Drivers who use 96th Avenue in the area of E-470 should use East 104th Avenue or Pena Boulevard.Man was house sitting in Commerce City when his wife's boyfriend...
A 34-year-old man fatally shot last month while he was house sitting in Commerce City died during an apparent gun battle with his wife's boyfriend, police say. According to court documents, Christopher Stockwell was fatally shot in the back of the head by 37-year-old Christopher Toney in an altercation at a home on the on the 9900 block of East 113th Avenue.
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