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A woman in custody at the Jefferson County Jail died one day after her arrest following an apparent suicide. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reports that Suzanne Burgaz, 54, was discovered non-responsive with a cord around her neck at 10 … more
When the digging is all done and the bones have all been collected, the Thornton triceratops discovered under a public safety substation construction project in August might be one of the most complete skeletons of its kind, according to … more
Community engagement, the state of Arvada roads, smart growth and concerns over urban renewal are topics that come up multiple times when talking to the five candidates running for Arvada City Council’s at-large seat in the November election. The … more
In its first board meeting of the school year, the Jefferson County Board of Education looked at the districts performance on the most recent Colorado Measures of Academic Success test results. One area of concern for school board member Ali … more
On Sept. 5, the Trump Administration announced its plans to end the DACA program (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Accordingly, the Department of Homeland Security will stop processing any new applications for the program and action is … more
Both challengers in the Jefferson County Board of Education race oppose the shift of sixth-graders to middle school and are concerned about the stress school closures brings to a community. “I know the devastation closing Pleasant View caused … more
The registration table was scattered with badges, each one with the face of someone who lost their life on Sept. 11, 2001. As the American flag flapped in the wind, attached to two fire truck … more
If you ask Bert Hargrave, it’s a good sign that his employees really like talking about their work. It means they’re enjoying what they do. Which is what a boss wants when their employees are responsible for something as important as numerous … more
A new law granting immunity to citizens who break a vehicle’s window to rescue at-risk animals and humans went into effect on Aug. 9. “It’s already exceeded my expectations,” said state Rep. Lori Saine, R-Firestone, who introduced House … more
A good way to measure a project’s success is to check in with those who opposed it in the beginning and see what they think at the end. By that measure, Red Rocks Community College’s newly opened student recreation center is already a … more
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