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Dana Hutcheson, Democratic candidate for County Coroner

Why are you seeking this office? I am running because the Coroner’s office could better serve the people of Jefferson County. The Coroner must make better information available so that public … more

Annette Cannon, Democratic candidate for Jefferson County Coroner

Why are you seeking this office? I have lived in Jeffco for over 38 years and want to serve the county, community and the individuals who call it their home too.  I understand the importance of … more

Ron Sandstrom, Republican candidate for County Assessor

Why are you seeking this office? I am seeking re-election to the office of County Assessor to continue representing Jefferson County property owners to provide the valuation of their property in a … more

Brian Cassidy, Republican candidate for county assessor

Jefferson County has seen property values skyrocket in the recent few years, with some business property values up by more than 300%. I am running for Assessor because Jefferson County needs someone … more

Stations offer breakfast burritos, more for Bike to Work Day

Bike to Work Day is fast approaching on June 27. the annual event is dedicated to get more people to experience and enjoy community by bicycle to work. Register to ride, for a chance at prizes … more

Primary 2018: Q&As with candidates for attorney general of Colorado

Both Republicans and Democrats have a choice to make on this year's primary ballot regarding which candidate they would like to see on the general ballot this November. MORE: To see candidates for … more

Primary 2018: Q&As with candidates for treasurer of Colorado

Both Republicans and Democrats have a choice to make on this year's primary ballot regarding which candidate they would like to see on the general ballot this November. Below are links to … more

Charges filed in vehicular assault of police officer

Assault charges have been filed against a man who hit a police officer as he attempted to elude law enforcement in a stolen car, according to a news release from the First Judicial District … more

Finding a place in the national debate

On a table in south Lakewood’s Masterpiece Cakeshop there’s a guest book filled with signatures supporting and praising owner and baker Jack Phillips for standing up for his religious … more

Early College students participate in schoolwide service day

Students from Early College of Arvada spent the day giving back as part of the school’s first service day. “Our sophomores, juniors and seniors participated in seven different community service … more

Mr. Mayor, it’s Still a $30 Land Deal

Prime real estate in Arvada to be sold for $30: No matter what Mayor Marc Williams says in his Arvada Press Guest Column of May 24, that’s what it is. The plain fact is that nine acres will be sold … more

Fun for all at this year’s Wheat Ridge criterium

Cyclists from across the state will competed on June 10 at the Ridge at 38 Criterium and Brewfest in downtown Wheat Ridge. But while the cyclists took their turns racing around the 1.5 mile circuit, … more

Jeffco library summer reading program offers opportunity for teen volunteers

When school gets out, there are students who relish the feeling of never having to pick up a book again until August. But that is not the case for the hundreds of teen volunteers at the many … more

Road-rage shooting points to worsening situation

While Parker police continue searching for the man who shot and wounded another man in a suspected road-rage incident May 23, the issue of aggressive driving in the metro area has resurfaced in a … more

Legal experts weigh in on Supreme Court bakery ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case was decided in favor of Lakewood baker Jack Phillips by a larger margin than many people expected. There’s a reason for that, … more

Where does the religious freedom vs. anti-discrimination discussion go from here?

A case like Masterpiece vs. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is just one in a nationwide debate about the intersection of equality and freedom of speech and religion. As such, many organizations and … more

Big herd of little goats eats its way around Standley Lake

The way Harmony Davies sees it, the fields and plains where much of Westminster and Standley Lake now sit were once full of bison, elk and their heavy-hooved ilk. “Their hooves dug up the dirt and … more

Bringing the concert experience home

Sometimes, the best experience a person can have with music is when it’s performed live. But going to concerts can be a pricey endeavor, plus there’s the cost of getting a drink or two, dealing … more

Jeffco Athletics HOF inducts 5 new members

ARVADA — Laura Probst never won a state championship. The 2002 graduate of Arvada West High School finished runner-up 11 times in state cross-country and track individual races. However, 16 years … more

PrideFest returning for 44th year

Although it has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, Denver’s PrideFest can trace its roots all the way back to 1975. And this year’s event is going to be the biggest yet. “We’re going … more
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