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Common Signs You Need Dishwasher Repair in Denver, COUnusual Cooking Times

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Clean Dishes Are Cool to Touch After Removing: For dishes to be clean and germ-free, you need hot, soapy water for washing. The FDA recommends using water around 110 degrees Fahrenheit, which is uncomfortable for handwashing but perfect for dishwashing machines. If you find that your dishes are cold and clammy instead of hot and steamy when you remove them, your dishwasher might need a new heating coil.

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Dishwasher Isn't Draining: You'll know quickly if your dishwasher isn't draining properly because there will be a pool of water under your machine. If you're dealing with drainage problems, it could be due to a clogged drainage system or non-functioning pump.

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Leaky Dishwasher: As one of our most requested appliance repairer services, we help customers deal with leaky dishwashers all the time. This common problem can be caused by a damaged door gasket, leaky dishwasher tub, loose valve, or another issue.

Common Signs You Need Refrigerator Repair in Denver, CO

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Loud Humming and Vibrating Noises: Hearing vibrating and humming sounds from your fridge is not uncommon. In fact, these noises are a normal part of your refrigerator's operation. However, they shouldn't be very noisy at all. If you hear unusually loud knocking, humming, or vibrating, you could have a problem on your hands. Whether it's a faulty compressor or a blocked condenser fan, our team will diagnose the problem and get to work fixing your fridge.

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Spoiled Food: The whole point of putting your food in the refrigerator is so it doesn't spoil. So, if you notice your food spoiling prematurely, it's a good sign that you need appliance repair for your refrigerator. Because of the nature of these repairs, it's important to hire a licensed repair technician to find and correct the root cause of your problem.

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Water on Floor Underneath Fridge: If you spot standing water under your refrigerator, it's a big cause for concern. Not just for the health of your appliance, but for water leaking into your home. Usually, leaks are caused by trapped condensation due to clogged pipes or hoses. You'll need an experienced refrigerator repair tech to clear blockages and ultimately solve your leaking problem.

Common Signs You Need Oven or Stove Repair in Denver, CO

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Unusual Cooking Times: Are your grandma's time-tested recipes being burnt or undercooked? Have you had to change cooking times for your family's favorite meals? Unusual differences in cooking times are a telltale sign that your oven needs to be repaired by a professional.

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Oven Won't CloseElectrical Problems: It might seem minor on the surface, but when your oven door doesn't close, you can't cook your food properly. Chances are you need a licensed oven repair technician to refit or replace the hinges on your oven door, so you can get back to cooking.

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Electrical Problems: If you have an electric oven and notice that it cuts off during cooking or won't turn on at all, you might need oven repair. Like gas, electrical problems are best remedied by professionals, like those you'll find at Denver's Best Appliance Repair.

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Hazy skies over Colorado: Where is the smoke coming from?

Unusually sensitive people in Colorado should consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion on Wednesday.DENVER — Smoke from wildfires in the northwestern United States has arrived in Colorado.The heaviest smoke impacts on Wednesday will be in the northwestern and west-central parts of Colorado. Valley locations in Colorado will be particularly vulnerable Wednesday, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Enviro...

Unusually sensitive people in Colorado should consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion on Wednesday.

DENVER — Smoke from wildfires in the northwestern United States has arrived in Colorado.

The heaviest smoke impacts on Wednesday will be in the northwestern and west-central parts of Colorado. Valley locations in Colorado will be particularly vulnerable Wednesday, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).

Denver set a new record high temperature Tuesday and could break the daily record on Wednesday and Thursday.

A Heat Advisory and Fire Weather Watch have been issued Wednesday for parts of Colorado. The northwestern section of Colorado, including the Denver metro area, is under an Air Quality Alert due to ozone Wednesday.

Unusually sensitive people in Colorado should consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion on Wednesday, said CDPHE.

Very hot and dry conditions will be seen across much of the West over the next few days including widespread temperatures over 100 degrees.

There are 69 active wildfires burning in eight states with more than 13,000 wildland fire personnel assigned to the fires, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. There are 27 active wildfires in Idaho, 15 in Montana, nine in Oregon and seven wildfires in both California and Washington.

The majority of the smoke coming to Colorado is from Idaho and Montana, said the National Weather Service (NWS) in Boulder.

The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued Excessive Heat Warnings and Heat Advisories for much of California and Nevada, as well as parts of Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Arizona.

A fuels and fire behavior advisory has been issued for northern California due to dry fuels and the potential for extreme fire behavior with the hot, dry and windy weather pattern.

Some relief is coming for Colorado with two cold fronts on the way. The first front will cool Denver down to around 80 degrees on Friday and the second one will lower the high temperature into the mid 60s by Saturday. A chance for showers and storms also comes along with this next system.

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Some Colorado schools cancel class amid high heat forecast

Record-breaking heat in Colorado this week has prompted public schools without air conditioning to close or announce plans to send students home early.More than 30 Denver schools are calling “heat days,” according to a district press release. Most schools are releasing students early Wednesday and Thursday, but four schools are closing altogether for...

Record-breaking heat in Colorado this week has prompted public schools without air conditioning to close or announce plans to send students home early.

More than 30 Denver schools are calling “heat days,” according to a district press release. Most schools are releasing students early Wednesday and Thursday, but four schools are closing altogether for at least one day this week.

They include:

Godsman Elementary was closed Tuesday.

Columbine Elementary will be closed Wednesday and Thursday.

Next Steps at Barrett will be closed Wednesday and Thursday.

Denver Montessori Junior/Senior High will release students early Thursday.

George Washington High will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

KIPP Denver Collegiate High will release students early Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Thomas Jefferson High will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

West High will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Lake Middle will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

McAuliffe International School will release students early Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Skinner Middle will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

West Middle will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Asbury Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Bradley International School will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Bryant Webster Dual Language School will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Cory Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Denison Montessori will release students early Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Doull Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Ellis Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Math and Science Leadership Academy will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Park Hill Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Polaris Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Stephen Knight Center for Early Education will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

University Park Elementary will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Whittier ECE-8 will release students early Wednesday and Thursday.

Other Colorado school districts have announced similar closures. All schools in the Poudre district, based in Fort Collins, and the Thompson district, based in Loveland, will release students two hours early on Wednesday and Thursday. Most Poudre schools don’t have air conditioning, the district said in a press release.

Forty-eight Denver campuses don’t have air conditioning. (See the list here.) Thirty-one of those are not scheduled to get it anytime soon. But 17 campuses are slated to get air conditioning later this fall or next school year with funding passed by Denver voters in 2020.

That funding was earmarked to add air conditioning at 24 Denver campuses. Work has been completed at seven campuses and is nearly complete at eight more. Supply chain issues have slowed the work at those eight campuses, district officials said. The district is scheduling work at the remaining nine campuses to start next summer.

Tuesday was the fourth day this September with temperatures above 95 degrees, breaking a record for the month, and Wednesday and Thursday could both see temperatures near 100 degrees, according to Denver meteorologists.

Denver has posted 62 days this year above 90 degrees, the third most on record.

Melanie Asmar is a senior reporter for Chalkbeat Colorado, covering Denver Public Schools. Contact Melanie at masmar@chalkbeat.org.

When will Colorado end the COVID-19 disaster declaration?

DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado Gov. Jared Polis extended the COVID-19 disaster declaration in the state back in August, which allows the state to be nimble in responding to the pandemic and access state and federal funds for combating the virus....

DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado Gov. Jared Polis extended the COVID-19 disaster declaration in the state back in August, which allows the state to be nimble in responding to the pandemic and access state and federal funds for combating the virus.

That order is set to expire on Sept. 16, a week from Friday.

The order states, “Together, these directives ensure agency access to State and federal funding, enable the State to continue COVID-19 response and recovery activities, and ensure the State can execute rapid procurement processes when needed to respond to the changing COVID-19 environment due to variants and stressors on our health care system.”

A spokesperson for the governor’s office said, “The Recovery Order is in place primarily to suspend the Medicaid eligibility statutes, which is needed for Colorado to continue to access additional federal Medicaid funding for eligibility which provides healthcare to 200,000 Coloradans.”

“We are still under the disaster declaration here in CO for expanded Medicaid eligibility – without the EO, we would be back to statutory eligibility under CO law which is more narrow than what the federal government currently allows during the pandemic,” the spokesperson said.

Colorado is not the last state in the country with some type of active COVID-19 emergency order in place, but it is in the minority in this stage of the pandemic.

The National Academy for State Health Policy tracks public health orders in all 50 states across the country. While the group lists 14 states that still have public health orders in effect outlining some degree of state emergency, a handful of those orders have already expired.

Colorado is one of 10 states with orders still in effect. Five states, including Colorado, will have public health emergencies expire in the month of September, according to NASHP.

Just because a public health emergency is set to expire doesn’t mean it can’t be extended or brought back. Polis ended all COVID-19 emergency health orders in July 2021 but signed further executive orders to focus on Colorado’s recovery, extending the public health emergency. It came at a time when cases were at a relative all-time low, after the first wave of vaccinations.

Months later, the delta variant drove up hospitalizations, and months after that, omicron infected more Coloradans than ever before with the virus.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recently announced the state’s emergency order will expire at the end of October.

“The Governor is reviewing the current order and conditions in the State and will determine next week whether to extend the EO again,” the spokesperson said in a statement to FOX31.

Oktoberfest season is back. Here’s your guide to Colorado’s beer-and-bratwurst-drenched events.

It’s hard to make your way through September in Colorado without running into Oktoberfest. The traditional German celebration has become almost as big a deal as St. Patrick’s Day, and you’ll find events at nearly every craft brewery in the state, beer gardens and mountain towns.This year, there is also a dogtoberfest, an oldtoberfest and a falltoberfest. Many of these events have similar activities, from stein-hosting to traditional keg tappings, but each has its own unique attributes and they’re spread out all...

It’s hard to make your way through September in Colorado without running into Oktoberfest. The traditional German celebration has become almost as big a deal as St. Patrick’s Day, and you’ll find events at nearly every craft brewery in the state, beer gardens and mountain towns.

This year, there is also a dogtoberfest, an oldtoberfest and a falltoberfest. Many of these events have similar activities, from stein-hosting to traditional keg tappings, but each has its own unique attributes and they’re spread out all over the state. Enjoy one for us. Prost.

Sept. 9-10. Copper Kettle in Denver hosts one of the larger brewery Oktoberfest parties in the city each year, offering up German-style music, food and games like hammerschlagen) over two days. There will also be branded steins for sale and a stein-holding contest. The brewery will also tap its Oktoberfest lager, along with several other German-style beers, including a hefeweizen and a Dunkel lager. No tickets are necessary; copperkettledenver.com.

Sept. 10. Lone Tree Brewing brings back its annual Oktoberfest and outdoor Craft Market beginning at 11 a.m. in its parking lot. There will be a three-piece polka band, a stein hoisting competition and the Schnitzelwirt food truck. The outdoor market is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with 18 vendors, including those selling jewelry, soap, jam, leather goods, pottery and more.

Sept. 10. Denver is one of the most dog-friendly cities in the country, so it makes sense that someone would throw a dog-themed Oktoberfest — and that’s what’s happening at River North Brewing, which hosts Dogtoberfest at its Washington Street taproom. For humans, the brewery will serve its annual Festbier lager along with pretzels; there will also be an Alpine Horn Competition. For dogs, the Fetch Photo Truck will be doing dog photo shoots (signups required) from 2 to 5 p.m., while Clover Dog Co. will be selling dog treats, toys and bandanas. And Taysia Blue Rescue and Lola’s Rescue will have multiple dogs available for adoption throughout the day.

Sept. 9-11 in Lionshead and Sept. 16-18 in Vail Village. Vail’s Oktoberfest has an unfair advantage every year since it is located in a town with a plethora of pseudo-Bavarian architecture and very real mountains. That setting is part of why it was named among the 10 best Oktoberfests in the U.S. by USA Today. But the free, family-friendly celebration also boasts a heavy metal polka band, among other musical acts, a keg-bowling championship, bratwurst-eating contests, German food, costumes, a stein-lifting contest, and plenty of beer, available for sale in three sizes of German-style steins; oktoberfestvail.com.

Sept. 15. Wynkoop Brewing hosts is second annual Kooptoberfest starting at 6 p.m. The brewery will tap its Fest Friends Forever Festbier, brewed with Munich Malts, Tettnang and Saaz hops, which guests can pair with a Festbier glazed pretzel and sliced bratwurst. Wynkoop will have a few other German-style beers on tap as well, including a dunkelweizen, a hefeweizen and a helles. Steins are available for purchase.

Sept. 16-18 and Sept. 23-25. The big daddy of Denver Oktoberfest events begins its run today and will last this weekend and next at 21st and Larimer streets. Denver Oktoberfest has been a staple here since 1969. From keg bowling to stein hoisting, food, beer, live music and much more, “there’s something here for Oktoberfest pros and first timers. So grab your stein, throw on your lederhosen and join in on the fun,” organizers say. Entry is free, although there are VIP packages available. The first night kicks off at 5 p.m. thedenveroktoberfest.com.

Sept. 16-17. Mainstage Brewing in Lyons knows how to name an event: Oktoberfestfest, which runs today and tomorrow, is a festival of Oktoberfests, Marzen and festbier styles from 25 of the best and most well-known craft breweries in Colorado. The list includes Bierstadt Lagerhaus, Comrade Brewing, Dry Dock Brewing, Left Hand Brewing, Little Machine Beer, Oskar Blues, Prost Brewing, Ratio Beerworks, Ska Brewing, Station 26 Brewing, Upslope Brewing, WeldWerks, Westbound & Down Brewing and Wibby Brewing. All beers will available for purchase in 10-ounce pours and liter sizes and served on draft. There will also be polka music, bratwursts, games, pretzels, costumes and more; mainstagebrewing.com.

Sept. 16-18. Barnett & Son in Parker loves to throw down for a three-day celebration each year. This time around, you’ll find Schnitzelwirt, Big Stuff food truck, stein hoisting Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m., and liters of freshly tapped Oktoberfest Lager.

Sept. 17. Bierstadt can’t be beat when it comes to honoring German traditions. Not only does it wait until today – the official kickoff of Oktoberfest in Munich – to host its party, but it will also have a maypole, a ceremonial barrel tapping of its Marzen lager and much more. Details are still TBA, but there will be live music, food, dancing, outfits and plenty more.

Sept. 17. Dry Dock Brewing brings back Docktoberfest, its long-running party, to its original location on East Hampden Avenue in Aurora. Wear your lederhosen and come hungry and thirsty because there will be pizza, wings and German-style beer, including the brewery’s Docktoberfest Marzen lager. The Polkanauts will play from 1 to 4 p.m. drydockbrewing.com.

Sept. 17. Golden’s Holidaily Brewing will roll out the barrels from noon to 10 p.m. with its a 7.2% ABV märzen-style lager. There will be food trucks serving sausage, brats, gluten-free soft pretzels and more, as well as music, cornhole and stein-holding contests.

Sept. 17. “The time has come to slip on your lederhosen and dirndls, dust off your hats and boots, and quench your Märzen thirst,” says Zwei Brewing in Fort Collins, which hosts its 8th annual Oktoberfest starting at 11 a.m. There will be beer, European cuisine provided by Pierogies Factory and C-Lot Brats (formally Caupona), hours of live music (including polka) and official t-shirts.

Sept. 23-24. Greeley’s OktoBrewfest takes place in historic Lincoln Park downtown, where there will be seven northern Colorado breweries and several local distilleries serving beverages. Attendees will also find food from nine different vendors, and yes, there will be plenty of brats, burgers, and schnitzel. Entertainment includes Randy Eckhart and the Dutch HopMakers, The Twirling Zucchinis, The UNC Jazz Lab 1 Band, the Greeley Children’s Chorale, The Colorado Conservatory of Dance, The Danny DeRail band, Incoming Groove, and more.

Sept. 23-25. Breckenridge Oktoberfest, the 26th annual version, runs over three days in the historic mountain town, features collectible steins and beer from Breckenridge Brewery. There will be food, music and plenty of Oktoberfest outfits on Main Street. You can pre-order stein and beer packages early and get other information at gobreck.com.

Sept. 23-24. Left Hand Oktoberfest features live music, food, costume contests, a stein-hoisting competition, polka music and lots of beer. It takes place in the brewery’s huge new outdoor amphitheater at 1245 Boston Ave. in Longmont. Tickets are $20 on eventbrite.com.

Sept. 23-35. Weiner dog races highlight the 10th annual Oktoberfest in Colorado Springs, which takes place at the Western Museum of Mining and Industry. But you’ll also find live bands, dancing, food vendors, stein hoisting contests, costume contests, retail vendors, beer and much more. Get all the information about times, tickets and events at www.csoktoberfest.com.

Sept. 24. Launch Pad Brewery puts the autumn in Fall-toberfest with a party featuring German food from Schitzelwirt Food Truck and the release of the brewery’s Festbier. (PS bring your steins.) Launch Pad rounds out the fall theme by tapping Headless Astronaut Pumpkin Beer and its World Beer Cup-award winning Pumpkin Paddy. There will also be stein holding contests and lederhosen costume contests.

Sept. 24. Lakewood’s Old 121 Brewhouse does things its own way with Old-Toberfest where you can enjoy a pint of festbier, live music from The Inablers, along with a pretzel-making station and a stein-hoisting competition. There will also be brats, sauerkraut, and more.

Oct. 2. The Golden Mill food hall in Golden welcomes in Left Hand, Ska, Four Noses, and Paulaner from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, offering samples of their Oktoberfest lagers, along with swag. From 1 to 4 p.m., there will be a live polka band, and the day will also feature a stein hoisting competition, chicken dance-off and a costume contest, all with prizes to be won.

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Denver’s Quebec Street Chick-fil-A May Soon Undergo a Remodel

Pending permit approval, the Chick-fil-A on the corner of Quebec and East 36th Street will begin enhancing its store to better accommodate both employees and guestsThe Chick-fil-A in question is currently located at 3601 Quebec St. Denver, CO 80207, and is owned by franchisee Jason Sutton.While Sutton told What Now Denver “construction isn’t set to take place for months…[as they still] don’t have approved permits,” the construction permit...

Pending permit approval, the Chick-fil-A on the corner of Quebec and East 36th Street will begin enhancing its store to better accommodate both employees and guests

The Chick-fil-A in question is currently located at 3601 Quebec St. Denver, CO 80207, and is owned by franchisee Jason Sutton.

While Sutton told What Now Denver “construction isn’t set to take place for months…[as they still] don’t have approved permits,” the construction permit filed with the city describes the anticipated project as follows:

“Interior extension of the drive-thru cockpit area and addition of an exterior door. Finish modifications and patching as required, new equipment provided, and new structural support at [the] demolished wall. Addition of an exterior door and sliding drive-thru door requiring adjustment to [the] curb and drive-thru slope. No change to square footage, building height, or construction type. Exterior finishes will match existing conditions.”

What Now Denver caught up with Sutton for a few more details regarding what’s to take place at his store and why:

WND: First things first, how has your experience been as a CFA franchise owner?

JS: It’s been an absolute honor to be a Chick-fil-A Franchisee for the past 9 ½ years. What I love about being a Chick-fil-A franchisee is our ability to have a positive impact on all we come in contact with daily, especially our local community. We have such amazing team members and leaders who we work alongside and who strive daily to help us be “the most caring company in the world!”

WND: What’s the main purpose of the incoming partial remodel?

JS: We have always prided ourselves in providing great food, genuine hospitality, and fast & accurate service through our drive-thru and front counter. This partial remodel will ultimately help us serve our guests even better.

It will expand the size of our drive-thru cockpit allowing us to better serve our guests by adding a drive-thru door where our traditional pickup window is currently located. This door will allow us to serve guests upstream while in the drive-thru if their order is ready before the order in front of them in line [is ready]. Additionally, it’ll make us leaner in regards to maximizing the productivity of our team and just overall improving inefficiencies.

Something our team is going to be very excited about is the addition of a designated break area for them. We will also be changing up our front-counter serving area slightly, as well as the area where we prepare our drinks for mobile pickup and Chick-fil-A delivery orders.

WND: About how long do you predict the construction at your location will last?

JS: We expect the construction to take approximately two weeks. During this time, some of our team members will be able to travel and help new Chick-fil-A’s across the country with their grand openings and share everything they have learned as Grand Opening Trainers from our Quebec Street location. We will also use this as an opportunity for more internal training, vision casting, and goal setting, as well as some rest and relaxation for our team.

WND: What are your hopes for the improvements made to your location?

JS: Our hope is that it simply gives our team more room to operate as well as better serve our guests in the future!

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