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Shirley Bradsby remembers when shopping for school supplies for her children — all now grown — was much simpler. And cheaper. These days, with longer lists that include technology and earbuds, getting kids ready for school can dig a deep … more
John Tracy, a long-time Golden community member and newspaperman, died on Aug. 1 after being hospitalized for the past two weeks for a variety of health problems. Tracy, 73, started his 30-year … more
In an assembly line production of scooping, measuring, pouring, sealing and sorting; volunteers packed 7,000 meals in their first half hour of work, Phil Harris announced in the Faith Bible Chapel parking lot. In two hours, 200 volunteers from … more
On July 23, while enjoying a family outing that included tubing down Golden’s Clear Creek, Chance Baker experienced the scariest moment of his life. “We almost drowned,” he said. “Thank God for the people of Golden, or the people who were … more
Mayors and staff from Centennial, Bow Mar, Wheat Ridge and more got a window seat into the lives of communities in west Denver, Lakewood and Golden during the recent Metro Mayor Caucus’ transportation event. Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul and Golden … more
Coworkers describe Valerie Carberry as someone who has a special ability to meet patients exactly where they are — literally and figuratively. Sometimes that means caring for patients at a home, hospital or park. Other times it means meeting … more
A $30 land sale to a land developmer sparked public outcry in Arvada earlier this year. Now a group of residents are proposing a city charter amendment that would require voter approval of any similar deals. Arvada for All the People, a … more
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Plans for building a 10-mile toll road in northern Jefferson County to complete a loop of highway around the Denver-metro area are rolling forward. “The parkway continues to make steady progress,” said Bill Ray, interim executive director of … more
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless filed an injunction to the U.S. District Court of Colorado on July 25 to temporarily blocks the sale of 59 acres of federally owned land at the Denver Federal … more
Kick off summer on Saturday, June 21 by helping to restore flood-damaged trails, remove invasive plants and re-vegetate worn areas at Van Bibber Park. Sign up today through … more
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