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There’s a trend going on these days — access to technology is becoming more important to the modern lifestyle. And the Jefferson County Public Library has been busy updating its technology for the benefit of patrons and staff. “We’re … more
Preschool children love to hold your hand and count steps with you. This is a good way to help them learn that there is a one-to-one correspondence between one number and doing one thing or moving on to the next number. They can count giant steps, … more
Jefferson County Sheriff deputies found Zachary Greenstreet, 27, lying dead in his driveway late June 17. He was shot at his home on the block of 5200 Union St. in unincorporated Jeffco near Arvada and was pronounced dead on scene as a result … more
Early Sunday morning, a 78-year-old woman was found bleeding from the chest at the 6500-6600 block of Kline Street. She is now in stable condition. Arvada Police said the woman opened her door, thinking the suspect was delivering the Sunday … more
A man reported one tire of his car had been damaged with an ice pick in the 8500 block of West 54th Avenue after having purchased new tires for the vehicle the previous week. The incident occurred on May 27 at about 12:37 p.m. The vehicle, a … more
Come November, Jefferson County taxpayers will be asked to pay up to an average of $134 per year in property taxes to fund new and renovated facilities, and additional Jeffco School district needs … more
Two young men were stabbed while intervening in a domestic violence attack while in the Olde Town West Parking Lot at 1:11 a.m., Wednesday, June 15. Both parties Jonathan Vondran, 27, and Joshua … more
Prospect Recreation and Park District received a $3 million grant from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) to support Prospect Park Recreation District’s purchase of the Applewood Golf Course. The grant is part of a community effort to protect the … more
“What is Leadership?” Nine months ago, 25 of Arvada’s businessmen and women, entrepreneurs, and future leaders, set out to find the answer to that question, and in the meantime, learn a little more about the city, and … more
Is it closing time? That was the question of the day as Jefferson County Board of Education members directed staff remove the school closures from the Facilities Master Plan, Tuesday … more
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