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There is a need in the community to have a detox facility, and because of community support, the service will continue. On June 27, the Jefferson Center for Mental Health will take over detox facility duties from Arapahoe House at the detox … more
It took exactly one year for a first-time event spolighting Denver’s favorite food trucks in all their glory to turn into a much-anticipated carnival for the city of Northglenn and food truck vendors. “Its our biggest event of the season — … more
There is a commonly held belief that to be successful in business requires a lowering of ethical standards. That’s what Sandy Woodson, a professor of ethics and environmental philosophy at Colorado School of Mines, told the audience gathered … more
Clifton Oertli, 32, started his own programming and web development business when he was in high school. His business involved buying and selling items on eBay. Today, he owns two businesses in metro Denver: Resolute Brewing Co. andNEI Electric … more
To conduct a nationwide search for a new superintendent in 2014, Jefferson County Public Schools hired consulting company Ray & Associates. The firm notified hundreds of potential candidates and received more than 60 applications, then used feedback … more
The day after Dr. Jason Glass was named the sole finalist for the Jeffco Public Schools superintendent job, he attended an administrators’ meeting at the district’s headquarters in Golden. “He addressed the group ... there was some good … more
RTD reported May 3 that G Line testing will begin again. A news release by RTD states they have made significant progress on the at-grade crossing systems along the University of Colorado A Line and therefore will begin testing on the G Line for … more
The state Legislature has passed a measure to address pent-up demand for more housing by promoting condominium construction. The Senate on May 4 unanimously passed House Bill 1279, which makes it harder for homeowners associations to sue builders … more
The Jefferson County Board of Education gave its final direction for the 2017/2018 budget to staff May 4 in preparation for budget adoption, which is scheduled for June 1. The $951.4 million budget came to the board May 4 with $5.6 million of … more
He describes himself as the outsider candidate with the advantage of being a businessman rather than a career politician. He says he knows what it’s like to be poor, but today enjoys leading what he calls one of the most successful … more
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