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A man reported one tire of his car had been damaged with an ice pick in the 8500 block of West 54th Avenue after having purchased new tires for the vehicle the previous week. The incident occurred on May 27 at about 12:37 p.m. The vehicle, a … more
Come November, Jefferson County taxpayers will be asked to pay up to an average of $134 per year in property taxes to fund new and renovated facilities, and additional Jeffco School district needs … more
Two young men were stabbed while intervening in a domestic violence attack while in the Olde Town West Parking Lot at 1:11 a.m., Wednesday, June 15. Both parties Jonathan Vondran, 27, and Joshua … more
Prospect Recreation and Park District received a $3 million grant from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) to support Prospect Park Recreation District’s purchase of the Applewood Golf Course. The grant is part of a community effort to protect the … more
“What is Leadership?” Nine months ago, 25 of Arvada’s businessmen and women, entrepreneurs, and future leaders, set out to find the answer to that question, and in the meantime, learn a little more about the city, and … more
Is it closing time? That was the question of the day as Jefferson County Board of Education members directed staff remove the school closures from the Facilities Master Plan, Tuesday … more
For approximately 2,800 soccer players, next week is one the biggest weeks of the summer. It’s the US Youth Soccer President’s Cup, held this year in Arvada. The President’s Cup will take place at the Stenger-Lutz and Long Lake Ranch … more
Colorado Community Media won more than 30 Colorado Press Association awards — including General Excellence in Advertising among large-circulation weekly newspapers — at the recent state convention in Lakewood. Also in the large-circulation … more
Donating money to untested ideas in their infancy is a big ask for many philanthropic organizations with limited funds. Not long ago Noah Atencio, vice president of community impact at Community First Foundation, and Cheryl Haggstrom, executive … more
The Jefferson County Board of Education is expected to decide June 16 whether or not to ask voters this fall to help pay for projects included in the proposed $420 million facilities master plan. “We haven’t decided what to do, but we will … more
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