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After a ruling in Denver District County, Doug Miracle, an unaffiliated candidate attempting to run for Colorado House District 27 — which includes Arvada and Wheat Ridge — will be added … more
Property tax appraisal cards, aerial maps, Justice of the Peace dockets, county commission minutes and marriage applications, all going back to the 1860s. These are just a handful of the materials visitors can get lost in at the Jefferson County … more
Englewood is joining the cities of Arvada and Golden in taking part in the Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program-sponsored service day on Sept. 10 by enlisting volunteers to do fix-up and repair community service projects. Neighborhood … more
Jake Lilly dreamed of living in Colorado for most of his life. And now that he’s here, he sees an excellent opportunity to serve his new community, he said. Lilly is vying for the position of district attorney for the 1st Judicial District, … more
Standley Lake High School freshmen Kaitlyn McCubbins and Delaney Huetson stood among classmates Sept. 1, watching as BMX rider Coco Zurita repeatedly launched from the half-pipe set up in the school’s parking lot. “There was a really cool guy … more
Jefferson County Undersheriff Ray Fleer imagines he will probably play an occasional round of golf with his colleagues at the sheriff’s office during his retirement. But golf is not one of the pastimes he’ll give high priority. He enjoys the … more
Teenagers are more digitally connected than ever: Three-quarters own or have access to a smartphone, 24 percent go online almost constantly, and 92 percent go online daily, Pew Research Center reports. The digital world is used for a number of … more
In Pete Weir’s opinion, there is no higher calling and greater responsibility than to be a district attorney. And as the district attorney for the 1st Judicial District in Colorado, Weir said he … more
Residents near the upcoming G-Line for the commuter rail and patrons dining on patios in Olde Town Arvada often have to elevate the volume of conversations when trains — both freight and commuter rail — roll along Grandview Avenue. But within … more
Arvadans could be shelling out a few more nickels for purchases within city limits and deciding whether the city can offer better internet service, depending on the outcome of two ballot measures in November. At its Aug. 29 meeting, Arvada City … more
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