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Jeffco teens find new to them prom attire at Prom Swap

Airyn Stone, 16, sifted through the racks of prom dresses March 31 at the Arvada Library. Her mother and younger sister helped her pull dresses in her size that fit her style. “This dress spoke to … more

Clear Creek Crossing moves forward in Wheat Ridge

In the near future, the largest undeveloped property in Wheat Ridge will be developed into retail, entertainment, hotel, residential and privately owned open space. The development project known as … more

GOCO outdoor rec grants shower $900,000 on Jeffco

Some $900,000 in lottery money — in the form of five grants from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) — will help Jefferson County improve parks, playgrounds, trails and recreation areas. Foothills … more

Science Sunday event brings subject to life

Elementary and middle school students can get their hands on some science at the third annual Science Sunday event April 8 at Regis University. The free event lasts from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Pomponio … more

What’s new with you? It could well be more than you think

We have all had this conversation, haven’t we? You know the one I am talking about, when we run into someone we haven’t seen in a while, it sounds something like this, “Hey, how’s it going, … more

Homelessness coalition fights denial of land use

Following the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) denial of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless plan to develop 59 acres near the Federal Center in Lakewood into a housing and … more

Fake tale of kidnappers frustrates Westminster police

It was a scary story, to be sure. It just wasn't true. Readers were told that a young girl, leaving work from Westminster's Orchard Town Center, was followed home by a mysterious car. According to … more

Governor candidates address mental health at forum

Some of the candidates for governor addressed mental health policy issues March 23 at Mental Health Colorado's gubernatorial forum. About 400 people heard the candidates answer questions on topics … more

Refugee bill aids foreign interpreters for U.S. military

The state House gave preliminary approval to a bill to create a pathway to higher education for military translators and other refugees who have been relocated to Colorado from war-torn parts of the … more

Colorado House sends $29 billion budget bill to Senate

Colorado's Democrat-led House passed a $28.9 billion budget bill on March 29 and sent it to the Republican-led Senate, where the focus will be on how much transportation — long an underfunded … more

Democrats underscore differences at forum in governor's race

A crowded governor's race that has seen more than three dozen declared candidates has pared down to a handful of top contenders, and those on the Democratic side carved out different niches for … more

Flaggers close to being cleared along commuter rails

State regulators on March 28 said flaggers posted for two years along the Regional Transportation District's University of Colorado A Line will soon be allowed to go home. The decision by the … more

Pancakes, bunnies and smiles

Children donning bunny ears and pastel colors lined up and patiently waited the arrival of the Easter Bunny on March 24. The Easter Bunny was the guest of honor at the Bunny Breakfast hosted by Apex … more

For ex-major leaguers like Helton, retirement no easy transition

Todd Helton now regularly drives his two daughters to school or other activities back home in Tennessee, a huge life change for Colorado's former All-Star first baseman. He had no idea walking away … more

Deliver what you promise — that’s success

We have bought a number of new appliances in our home over the last 15 months. And, no, that wasn’t the plan—we have lived in our house for 16 years, and this was the first significant upgrade to … more

Letters to the editor: Housing policy hurts Arvada

Housing policy hurts Arvada As we continue to build luxury complexes, the average cost of housing rises for all of us. If we do not include attainable units with new development, the housing market … more

Grant program open to Arvada businesses, property owners

The Arvada Economic Development Association Board of Directors approved funding for the 50/50 matching grant program and is now accepting applications. Businesses and property owners may apply for … more

West Metro awarded Class 1 insurance status

West Metro Fire Rescue has been awarded a Class 1 ISO rating, the highest level recognized nationally by the Insurance Services Office. The rating is a gauge of a fire agency’s ability to serve its … more

Lakewood boys lacrosse off to best start in program history

There is no question that Lakewood boys lacrosse in on the rise. The Tigers, ranked No. 10 in last week’s CHSAANow.com Class 5A boys lacrosse poll, is off to their best start in the program’s … more
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