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The mood was celebratory at the Jefferson Center for Mental Health on May 16 as Gov. John Hickenlooper signed two mental health bills into law. … more
Tasting tamales and eyeing collector motorcycles made for a festive Friday evening at a Foster Elementary fundraiser. The school’s fourth annual … more
Dogs had their day in Denver on May 13, as Gov. John Hickenlooper signed two pieces of legislation that led to some serious tail-wagging from our … more
The early morning chill, left over from winter's most recent unwelcome blast, settles along the quiet street where blue and white canopies have … more
The Class of 2013 from Jefferson Academy will have bragging rights as the first to graduate from the new school location. The school moved into its … more
Westminster High School Commencement:10 a.m. Saturday, May 25 Wells Fargo Theater more
PTA doc enters school board race Dr. Tonya Aultman-Bettridge (PhD) formally announced her campaign last week for the District 1 seat on the Jefferson … more
“We’re Strapped as an office,” Jefferson County District Attorney Pete Weir informed the Board of County Commissioners last week. In a May 7 … more
Golden City Council voted 6-1 to approve an agreement with the Colorado Department of Transportation regarding future improvement plans for U.S. … more
A rise in serious crime — including prosecuting Austin Sigg for the murder of Westminster 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway — is taxing the Jefferson … more
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