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When Amendment 64 passed many detractors voiced concerns about people driving while using marijuana and the risks that may present. Wheat Ridge’s Lifeloc Technologies aims to solve that problem by designing the first breathalyzer to detect … more
Echter’s Nursery and Garden Center is partnering with the Vera Bradley Foundation for an evening of music, dancing, food and fun from 5-8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 20. Girlfriends Night Out is a bi-annual event celebrating women while raising money … more
To celebrate the holiday, raise funds and burn a few calories before Thanksgiving dinner, the Denver Rescue Mission will host the 8th annual Turkey Chase 5k, Nov. 27. The event, held along the Van Bibber Creek Trail is a fundraiser for the Denver … more
Local real estate property management company, Hufford & Co., Inc. has moved. Originally located at the intersection of Vance Street and Wadsworth Boulevard, the company is now located at 7805 Ralston Road, and is open for business. Started … more
The Doctor Susan Anderson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) is hosting a Wreaths Across America ceremony. The event, held Dec. 13, honors those who have served the United States in one of it’s armed forces. For more … more
Police were dispatched to a residence in the 8000 block of Lee Drive following an overnight burglary. According to the report, the homeowner discovered his shed door pried open and numerous tools missing. A Craftsman 9 snowblower, a Remington … more
With shovels in hand, city and RTD officials dug into the cold soil of the Flour Mill parking lot, marking the beginning of a new era for Olde Town Arvada. “This symbolizes the next step in a lot of hard work that’s gone on for a number of … more
Jefferson County Human Services is looking for generous donors to join in making the 2014 Holiday Season a little brighter for families in need. The Holiday Giving Sponsor-A-Family Program serves children and families who are dealing with issues of … more
Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children or CASA for Jeffco and Gilpin counties is partnering with Colorado Gives Day to help raise $30,000 to recruit and train 25 volunteers to advocate in court for the safety and well-being of abused and … more
The board of county commissioners decided last week to extend its moratorium on retail marijuana in unincorporated Jeffco until Jan. 1 2016. This will allow more time for discussions and for the county to monitor continued changes to the marijuana … more
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