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The Jefferson County Board of Education discussed the following legislation at their Dec. 11 regular business meeting. Board members in attendance were President Ken Witt, Secretary John Newkirk, Vice President Julie Williams, Second Vice … more
The board of education heard a presentation from four Jeffco principals regarding some of the challenges their schools face regarding the board’s third-grade reading goal. During the presentation, school leaders discussed action steps needed to … more
The board of education heard a presentation around community engagement for the 2015-2016 budget cycle. During the presentation, staff recommend doing a broad, online survey with eight to 10 questions. Once created, the survey will be available … more
The Polar Express Train Ride has turned out to be an epic success for the Colorado Railroad Museum’s newest Christmas event. Tickets sold out for the entire run before the second weekend’s performance, said Donald Tallman, executive director … more
Legislators from Adams and Jefferson counties made a stop in Westminster to share their goals for the upcoming session during the annual Metro North Chamber of Commerce legislative breakfast. The Dec. 12 event featured three state senators, Laura … more
The vacancy committee for the Jeffco Republican party has begun the process to replace County Commissioner Faye Griffin who won the Nov. 4 election for Jeffco Clerk and Recorder. Griffin is scheduled to leave her commissioner position halfway … more
Jefferson County Public Health is encouraging residents to work toward putting their cigarettes out for good through its end of the year quitting smoking initiative. The JCPH Tobacco Prevention Initiative is urging tobacco users to set a quit … more
In November, 5,353 Jeffco teachers received a boost in their compensation — something they haven’t seen in nearly four years. “My hope would be that new teachers come in … and we look at our current teachers in Jeffco … and say what is … more
Musicians from across the state and the nation have graced the stage of Olde Town Arvada’s music venue, the D Note, for 12 years. But on Jan. 3, the D Note will host its final show. The live music and events venue in Olde Town will close in … more
A year ago, several Reno Park neighbors came together to support the preservation of their neighborhood’s charm through a zoning change. About 40 of the area’s residents stood before the Arvada City Council, Dec. 8, to seek the rezoning of … more
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