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The 2014 Harvest Festival kicks off Friday, Sept. 5, with a concert by the Mile High Fife and Drum Corps. In it’s 89th year, the 2014 Arvada Harvest Festival is Celebrating America’s Pioneer West, through Sunday, Sept. 7, in Olde Town Arvada. … more
Funding for services who wish to provide affordable housing is now available through the Community Development Block Grant program. The program provides grant money to cities and counties to help them develop more affordable housing options in … more
Performance means everything. At least, in terms of teacher compensation for the Jefferson County Board of Education. During the Aug. 28 board of education meeting, the board voted (3-2) to reject the fact-finding recommendations regarding … more
As school starts, lawmakers are touting an education law passed this year that many believe will help students achieve greater success. Earlier this year, the Legislature passed a pair of school funding measures that Gov. John Hickenlooper later … more
Air. It's one of life's necessities and now a crucial component for industries around the world. Blackhawk Equipment, 5295 Vivian St., opened in 1985 as an industrial air compressor distribution company in Westminster, but today, the now … more
Key Democratic lawmakers were frustrated with Gov. John Hickenlooper's guidance last year on a death penalty repeal bill and now feel that there was an opportunity lost, given that Hickenlooper's … more
The debate over the use of American Indian mascots will come to the state Capitol next year. State Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, is expected to carry a bill that could result in schools losing … more
Former House Minority Leader Mark Waller on Aug. 27 blasted the fellow Republican who is seeking to succeed him over his recent "horribly inappropriate" anti-gay comments. Waller, who is not … more
For Lara Feigtsch, leaving her house was a difficult task, but with a little help she’s now experiencing a new type of freedom. “There are different things out there that can really turn your life around,” Feigtsch said. On Aug. 23, … more
A Jefferson County judge on Aug. 21 rejected an effort to keep a Republican state House candidate’s name off the November ballot. The ruling means that House District 23 candidate Jane Barnes will square off against state Rep. Max Tyler, … more
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