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5:57 p.m., Aug. 18, 2014, 6100 block of W. 77th Place A truck was stolen and returned damaged from a residence on W. 77th Place. The vehicle was stolen during the day and driven for approximately an hour before being returned with large … more
10:44 a.m., Aug. 19, 2014, phone harassment report A woman received a call from a man, Kevin Brown, stating he was an employee with Xcel Energy, and she was behind in her payments. The woman, an employee with a local salon, informed him she was … more
Running for a third term in the house, state Rep. Libby Szabo says she is putting her community and constituents at the focus for the future. “I want to do things at the state capital that benefit my constituents and state as a whole,” she … more
One hole and one dollar at a time, the Arvada Vitality Alliance is driving funds into local nonprofit organizations. The Arvada Vitality Alliance (AVA), a local nonprofit created for the betterment of Arvada, donated $17,540 to organizations … more
Author Amy Greene will be at the American Mountaineering Center on Thursday, Sept 18 at 7 p.m. Her appearance is part of Jefferson County Public Library’s Golden Reads program. Free tickets are available for the event. Guests will hear a reading … more
The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners is looking to fill three upcoming vacancies on the county’s Cultural Council. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, Oct. 1. The Jefferson County Cultural Council serves as the advisory body to the Board … more
The population of the Denver metro area was expected to exceed 3 million last month, according to state estimates. The Colorado Department of Local Affairs uses the month of July to forecast population numbers annually. The department estimated … more
Off at the next stop. Traveling around on a bus for a few hours can be an enlightening way to see the community, and with the installation of the Gold Line, bus tours are a fast way to see the progress of the project's construction. While … more
It's been a successful term for Sen. Jeanne Nicholson, D-Blackhawk of Senate District 16. So successful in fact that she's running in the 2014 election for another four years. “I'm not done,” said an exuberant Nicholson. “I still have … more
Tim Neville is a big supporter of self-direction. Growing up in Florida with three other siblings and raised by a single father after the unfortunate passing of his mother at an early age, Neville learned quickly about going without and working … more
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