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The old Craig Chevrolet Dealership building has been empty in Olde Town Arvada since April, but on Aug. 22, Denver Beer Co. inked a lease on the building for its third brewery and tasting room, set to open in early 2017. “We are thrilled to … more
The sounds of music filled Parfet Park as dusk fell in Golden on Aug. 21. The weather provided a perfect temperature — not too hot and not chilly — for a free concert by the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra. more
The second annual MuralFest on Aug. 20. featured six new murals, all done by a diverse bunch of muralists. The event was held at the Lamar Station Plaza and Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. more
The ability to give a focused and meaningful presentation is a great skill to master. To engage and persuade your audience to take a desired action is a very useful skill add to your toolbox. The good news — this is an acquired skill. Some are … more
A Jefferson County court judge on Aug. 16 decided sufficient evidence was presented to go forward with proceedings against a man accused of assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence. Charges against Danial Pauley, 34, stem from an … more
Two Arvada residents are among those inducted into the Jefferson County Hall of Fame this year. The Jefferson County Hall of Fame is a program of the West Chamber that recognizes business, government, and philanthropy by honoring outstanding … more
Lots of hustle and bustle on the Colorado School of Mines campus was going on during the third week of August as students were getting ready for classes to begin on Aug. 22. Aug. 16 and 18 were move-in days when all first-year, transfer and … more
Congressman Ed Perlmutter said the difference between him and the two other candidates for the 7 Congressional District of Colorado isn’t just party affiliation or policy preferences, but actions over words. “The difference is I am actually … more
A Lone Tree man has been named in a grand jury indictment as the leader of a drug-trafficking network throughout the Denver metro area that had $2.2 million worth of heroin seized in recent raids. Jose DeJesus Bernal-Zamora was at his apartment … more
History was made at the Arvada Campus of Red Rocks Community College recently, when the newly rebuilt facility became the first community college in the nation to offer a master’s degree program. Ed Perlmutter recognized the significance and … more
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