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Summer is in full swing, which means most Coloradans are spending more time outdoors. Whether it's a hike through Chatfield State Park, a bike ride along the High Line Canal, or a barbecue out back, wildlife encounters are inevitable. And snakes … more
Corbett and Grace Lunsford live in a tiny house on wheels. The 210-square-foot humble abode is equipped with a mini-kitchen, dining area, master bed, nursery for their baby and a bathroom. From the outside, it resembles a blue rectangular box. … more
William L. Armstrong is remembered as a man of success — in business, politics, family and faith. The theme of his funeral service was a phrase he often recited: “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.” “There's no more fitting theme to Bill's … more
Dexter Foxworth, the new events coordinator for the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, is looking forward to seeing everybody coming up to the gates to enjoy the reimagined Jeffco Fair & Festival. “We created this celebration for Jefferson … more
Collaboration was key in this year’s negotiating season between the Jefferson County School District and the unions representing teachers and educational support professionals, such as para-educators and bus drivers, leaders of the bargaining … more
Brahm Bechtold rides a Harley-Davidson cruiser, a bike he says is made for taking it easy and enjoying the scenery. He and his wife and passenger, Dagmar, say new motorcyclists should wear helmets, but they feel safe without them because they … more
Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong, a leading voice in conservative politics for decades and president of Colorado Christian University in Lakewood since 2006, died July 5 following a five-year battle … more
George Athanasopoulos, the Republican candidate for the 7 Congressional District, is aware of his image as a political outsider — and considers it a good thing. “Look at where all these experienced politicians have gotten us,” said the … more
The 2016 Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) test results for science and social studies were released last week. The tests, conducted last April, tested fifth, eighth and 11th graders in science, and a sampling of fourth and seventh … more
From new playgrounds and schools to a new way to help credit-deficient students graduate, Jefferson County Schools have myriad new programs for its 86,000 students as they start the new school year. “There’s always that excitement about the … more
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