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Arvada looks at addressing sidewalk gaps

Five sidewalk projects have been identified as top priorities for the city of Arvada. The projects would close the gap on sidewalks on Kipling Street between W. 70th Avenue to W. 72nd Avenue; on … more

Secretary Perry tours the innovative technology of NREL

Remarkable work on renewable energy and energy efficiency is being done at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). “The innovation that's within these walls is just stunning,” said U.S. … more

Jeffco school district is weighing its funding options

This past spring and through the summer, Jefferson County Public Schools has been engaged in a community conversation about possibly putting ballot questions on for the November election. … more

School safety task force works to create safer schools

Over the course of the summer, a school safety and security task force for Jefferson County Public Schools has been working to brainstorm innovative ideas on how to keep Jeffco students safe. On … more

Books, pencils, and a brand new building

On the school supply list for eighth graders at Drake Middle School this year are books, pencils, and a brand new building. Drake unveiled the new eighth grade wing on Friday, Aug. 10, less than a … more

More stores re-open at Colorado Mills

Coach, H&M, Skechers and Crazy 8 are the latest retailers to re-open at Colorado Mills. The returning stores opened Aug. 8, joining more than 140 outlet, value and full-line retailers now open at … more

Judge does not grant preliminary injunction to halt trail construction at Rocky Flats

A U.S. District Court judge presiding over the case concerning the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge did not grant a preliminary injunction that would have blocked trail construction on the refuge … more

Farmland lessons still taught in Jeffco's suburbs

Seventeen year old Casey Defield has lived in an urban environment her entire life. But thanks to Moore Farm in Arvada, Defield has been raising pigs to show at the Jefferson County Fair 4-H Swine … more

It's Wheat Ridge's lucky day

After years of protests, ballot measures and court proceedings, the grand opening of a newly developed anchor store for The Corners development in Wheat Ridge, the grand opening of the Lucky's Market … more

Nevada inmate charged with 1984 Lakewood, Aurora slayings

Police in Lakewood and Aurora have identified a suspect they believe is responsible for multiple murders more than 34 years ago. In a joint news conference Aug. 10, Lakewood and Aurora police … more

Wheat Ridge woman gets 10 years prison for setting car fire with husband asleep inside

Andrea Toni Moreno, 48, appeared in the Jefferson County District Court on Aug. 6 where she was sentenced to 10 years in prison for setting fire to the family vehicle with her husband asleep inside. … more

Town hall meetings planned for nuclear weapons workers

Nuclear weapons workers in the Colorado Front Range area can get specific information about the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act at upcoming town hall meetings. … more

Education tax measure makes November ballot

Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced Aug. 9 that a proposed constitutional amendment that would boost income taxes to raise money for education made the ballot. Initiative 93, also … more

National Night Out celebrates Arvada community

Block parties popped up all over Arvada Aug. 7 to celebrate National Night Out, a community effort to reduce crime and the fear of crime in our neighborhoods through relationship-building. This … more

High-profile initiatives could be on way to November ballot

Petitions for an anti-fracking measure and an energy industry-backed property rights initiative topped the list of proposed November ballot questions submitted to Colorado's secretary of state ahead … more

Summit links education and industry to innovate together

A recent survey conducted by Colorado Succeeds, a nonprofit organization that brings business leaders across the state together, found that 77 percent of employers say it has been difficult to hire … more

C'mon, be a tool! Making a difference together as a community

During the annual Be a Tool Day of Service, it’s not uncommon to see a homeowner serving cold drinks, moving materials or working alongside volunteers. “It’s special to see their joy and how … more

City launches online tool to help citizens ‘speak up’

The Arvada City Council has launched an online engagement tool called Speak Up Arvada designed to allow citizens to offer feedback on a range of topics and projects, which will be delivered directly … more

Jeffco sheriff assigns four more deputies to schools

Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader is allocating four additional deputies to serve as school resource officers (SROs) for Jefferson County Public Schools in … more

Community leaders oppose Trump’s rollback of clean car standards

Several Colorado leaders are vocally defending the state’s ability to protect air quality through vehicle regulation. “We need to remember that policies made at the federal level impact … more
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