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Education in dementia care should be a key component for health care professionals as the projected increase in dementia means it will undoubtedly become a dominating disease in the next few decades. But federal regulation for personal care … more
The Jefferson County Board of Education will hold its first special meeting of the school year, Saturday, Aug. 23. The meeting, held at 9 a.m., in the Education Center, 1829 Denver West Dr., Golden, will focus on the role of the superintendent, … more
Jeffco students test in top 50 percentile in math, reading and writing. According to a recent release, the 2013-2014 Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP) results for Jeffco showed proficient and advanced students scoring above or at … more
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted Jeffco Superintendent, Dan McMinimee at the organization’s monthly, third Friday breakfast.  McMinimee spoke about his past; what he’s been up to since taking office July, 1; the district’s core … more
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty or Animals (ASPCA)/Rachel Ray $100K Challenge asked shelters across the U.S. to adopt more homeless cats and dogs, transfer animals to rescue partners and reunited lost pets with their owners. The … more
Fairs and festivals are plentiful this time of year, but not many of them are based on providing safety resources to the people who visit them. That is until this weekend when the sixth annual Safety Fair by the Jefferson County District … more
It was the dogs’ day of summer during the APEX Park and Recreation District’s annual dog swim Aug. 17.  For two hours, hundreds of dogs of all breeds and sizes took advantage of the cool water when they waded, jumped and splashed around in … more
For more than 30 years, the city of Arvada attorney, Chris Daly, has advised Colorado municipal governments. Now, he’s getting to view things from a national perspective. Daly was recently appointed as the Colorado State chair to the … more
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities received a $35,000 grant to be used to expand digital-arts programming in the building. “We like opportunities where a lot of different uses are going on in a building, and it is lit up 24 hours a … more
A well-documented shortage of long-term care providers exists; high turnover rates, large numbers of job vacancies and difficulties in recruiting new workers characterize the industry. It is predicted that insufficient training in Alzheimer’s and … more
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