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No. 7 Ralston Valley baseball suffers loss against Chatfield

LITTLETON — Chatfield junior Luke LaChance accomplished a rare feat on the baseball field Monday at Chatfield Senior High School. LaChance led off the bottom of the third inning with a single … more

Arvada's State of the City 2018

Arvada Mayor Pro Tem John Marriott addressed a room full of the city’s business and community members the morning of April 20 at the Arvada Chamber of Commerce’s annual State of the City … more

An Arvada/Kenya robotic connection

Long View High School students Alaura Rice, 17, and Luke Spurrier, 19, work with students in Kenya during the East African FLL robotics championship tournament. The two joined their teacher Peter Von … more

Teach children how to stop bullying in 10 seconds

While talking with young children about bullying they often share how upset and helpless they feel that no one comes forward to help. Adults are disappointed and hurt about this, too. They know … more

Work underway to try to save our mule deer

Mule deer have been the subject of concern in recent years experiencing unfortunate decline in numbers and struggling with wasting disease health issues. Mule deer have a long and storied history in … more

Letter to the Editor: Questions raised by teacher walkout

Now that Jeffco’s million dollar School Superintendent has declared April 26th a ‘’non-contact-day’ enabling District teachers to play hooky and head for the Capitol, should we not … more

Letter to the Editor: Journalism has only itself to blame

I am writing in response to the column “Stand by your newspaper, because it stands by you” written by Lisa Schlichtman. She laments the claims of “fake news,” attacks on the news industry … more

Letter to the Editor: “Reasonable” is the key word in gun control

Someone using the NRA lies about a “far-left gun grab,” shows no credibility on the students and gun safety issue. The Supreme Court has guaranteed that law abiding citizens may possess guns for … more

Letter to the Editor: Teachers didn’t need to walk out

To be clear, I support wholeheartedly any worker seeking better wages and working conditions. And particularly support teachers petitioning legislators. However the scam being perpetrated on the tax … more

Letter to the Editor: Teaching conditions are rough

In response to a recent letter regarding the excellent pay, benefits and retirement package that teachers in Colorado currently have, I must say bunk. My daughter has been teaching for just over … more

My mother helped save South Table Mountain

There are many good things I could say about my mother such as her stability, her cooking, and her designing our family home in Applewood Mesa. A rock in the community, mom stayed put in the same … more

Troublesome timing on those teacher walk-outs

Did you ever see something, and immediately ask yourself, “who thought that was a good idea?” I had a really strong moment of that about three months ago. Think back to early February: at that … more

Green Mountain unable to upset Columbine at a snowy Trailblazer Stadium

LAKEWOOD — Columbine’s girls lacrosse team went dashing through the snow April 21 for its sixth straight victory and fifth consecutive win in Jeffco League play. The Rebels, now ranked No. 3 in … more

RRCC looks to start educational pathway to nonprofits

There are more options than ever to work with nonprofits that care about important topics — everything from homelessness and the environment to protecting animals and supporting the arts. But for … more

Jeffco educators join groundswell of teachers protesting for funding

Teachers from Jefferson County will join the hundreds who have already lobbied at the Colorado State Capitol this month pressuring lawmakers to address education funding and protect the Public … more

Caliber food drive helps stock shelves for summer

Caliber Collision is collecting donations for its seventh annual Rhythm Restoration Food Drive, continuing through May 11. Customers, business partners and the public are asked to “fill ‘er up” … more

Young Arvadan making her ecological mark

One 7 year old in Arvada is proving even the youngest of us can make a difference in the world. Madhvi Chittoor, a first grader at Hackberry Hill Elementary, recently had success getting US … more

Applications for youth leadership class due May 7

High school students in Jefferson County who want to develop their leadership potential can apply for the next Youth Leadership Jefferson County class. Youth Leadership Jefferson County students get … more

Jeffco students with disabilities step up to the plate

A select group of athletes from 15 Jefferson County schools gathered at the Gold Crown Field House in Lakewood, to play some softball, Adapted Athletics style. The April 18 event was the latest … more
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