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A multi-county, high-speed chase during which a man carjacked and crashed several vehicles through the morning rush hour ended March 12 with the suspect's arrest in northern Douglas County. Ryan Stone, 28, is suspected of eluding authorities for almost two hours... more
A high-speed pursuit of a carjacking suspect that started north of Denver ended this morning in northern Douglas County after the suspect crashed a stolen vehicle and was apprehended by sheriff's … more
The Jeffco Board of Education is seeking 10 community members to serve on the district’s Technology and Data Privacy Advisory Committee. This is an advisory committee that will review and report to the board on district technological issues, … more
At the end of June, Jeffco’s chief academic officer, Heather Beck, will leave the district to become the new superintendent for the Lake Oswego School District in Lake Oswego, Ore. Beck will succeed William A. Korach as the district’s … more
The petition effort to increase the number of Jefferson County Commissioners from three to five, continues. Petitions to sign or carry will be available in front of the Golden Library on Saturday, March 15, at 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. For further … more
The 2014 winner of the Jefferson Symphony International Young Artists Competition, Danny Lai, will perform his favorite compositions for viola by Bach, Schubert, Shostakovich and York Bowen on Friday, March 21, at 7 p.m. at the Rockley Music Center, … more
Jeffco Open Space will re-open the northeast portion of Apex Park on Friday, March 14, pending weather conditions. Trail repairs and re-openings have been divided into three phases. The re-opening of the northeast portion includes the Argos, … more
“You Can Date Boys When You’re Forty” by Dave Barry c.2014, Putnam $26.95 / $31.00 Canada 224 pages You never wanted to grow up to be a zookeeper. And yet, your home is filled with wildlife: monkeys on the furniture. Hyenas watching … more
Dueling versions of a bill aimed at creating stiffer penalties for those who commit sex crimes on children were heard in legislative committee hearings last week, but only one survived. The House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on … more
A Democrat majority House committee on March 5 killed Republican legislation to ease penalties on small businesses that break new state rules. House Bill 1033, sponsored by Rep. Libby Szabo, D-Arvada, would have allowed small businesses with 100 … more
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