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The following quote by Jeffco school board member Ken Witt in last week’s edition should have referred to bands instead of bans and read “I have every intention of raising salaries and being the (state’s) go-to district because of work … more
Craft fairs and shows are taking place everywhere this time of year, but the Young Americans Young Entrepreneurs market shines a spotlight on young people creating their own businesses. The annual market, featuring the businesses of more than 100 … more
Ken Witt knew there were a lot of questions and concerns going on inside the minds of attendees of a Nov. 21 Jefferson County school board meeting, a little more than two weeks removed from an election that swept conservatives like himself into … more
The Jeffco League of Women Voters will have two meetings in Golden that will discuss Jeffco’s infrastructure based on a national and state assessment by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The meetings are open to the public. The first … more
In the early nineteenth century, our newly-formed republic was still testing the unique system of government the founding fathers had crafted. US Senators carried guns into the Congressional chambers and still occasionally challenged each other to … more
Alameda: The Pirates were a struggling program last season finishing near the bottom of 4A Jeffco. The Pirates could not keep up with teams that had high-powered offenses but could play with teams that were more defensive-minded. But Alameda … more
To celebrate Arvada West High School students and raise funds for scholarships, the Arvada West High School Foundation is hosting a holiday tea, Thursday, Dec. 7, 1-3 p.m. The event, held at the school, 11595 Allendale Drive, will include catered … more
The emerald ash borer, a destructive insect that attacks ash trees, has shown up in trees in Boulder, and Jeffco is keeping an eye on the situation in case the beetle spreads. The Colorado Department of Agriculture has placed a quarantine on all … more
After state Sen. Evie Hudak’s resignation became public Nov. 27, supporters organized a news conference commending the work she did for domestic violence and rape victims, education, and veterans at the Plaza next to Arvada Library 57th Avenue and … more
Arvada City Council debated the proposed Arvada Center nonprofit foundation and the operating agreement with the city during a city council workshop, Nov. 25. Council members in attendance were Mayor Marc Williams, Mayor Pro Tem Mark McGoff, … more
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