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Broomfield approves 2020 budget but holds off on decision to fund Jefferson Parkway

The City and County of Broomfield adopted its 2020 budget — which includes some funding proposed to go to the Jefferson Parkway — with a six-to-three vote on Oct. 22. However, “the money (for … more

Play Center teaches cognitive skills

After several attempts to find a play center for her son, Stacy Graham, decided to take matters into her own hands, and created a functional play center for children with sensory disabilities. A Place 4 Me play center, LLP, 11651 W. 64 Ave., … more

Three plead not guilty to gruesome murder

Abel Gallegos, 35, Alonso Quintana, 27, and Rene Rosales, 35, the three men accused of murdering 27-year-old Cymone Reyna Duran, pleaded not guilty at an arraignment hearing on May 31 before a … more

Attorney representing I-70 truck driver arrested

Robert Corry, the attorney representing the truck driver involved in the fiery Interstate 70 crash that left four people dead, was arrested June 14 on suspicion of criminal mischief, reckless … more

Transplant Survivor rides float

When Connor Randall, 22, was 13 years old, he received a rose from his aunt that represented a spot on the Donor Alliance float in the 2006 Rose Parade, and this year, he received a rare chance to ride the same float. Randall, an Arvada resident, … more

Three guards injured in latest incident at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center

The latest in a series of incidents at the Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center ended in three guards being transported to the hospital on May 28. One of the guards suffered a concussion and the … more

Voters face delays in learning of foreign election hackers

If the FBI discovers that foreign hackers have infiltrated the networks of your county election office, you may not find out about it until after voting is over. And your governor and other state … more

Without agreement on salary, union and district must meet in August

With the Board of Education adopting its budget on June 6, district leaders and members of district unions — the Jefferson County Education Association (JCEA) and Jeffco Educational Support … more

Resolute Run benefits food bank

New Year’s resolutions are commonplace and commonly broken but this year, Arvada and Denver-Metro residents are resolving to run for a better cause. The Resolute Run, a 5k race held Jan. 1, at Memorial park, 8001 W. 59 Ave, encourages citizens … more

Secret Service study: School shooters showed warning signs

Most students who committed deadly school attacks over the past decade were badly bullied, had a history of disciplinary trouble and their behavior concerned others but was never reported, according … more

A resource for Spanish speakers in Jefferson County

Paulina Erices started working for Jefferson County Public Health a few years ago as a maternal child health specialist. Erices began to hear a common pattern with some of the Spanish speaking … more

What you need to know about flu prevention

Colder weather brings people together, and if not careful, can cause you to walk away with a cold or the flu. “We see more cases in the winter months because in winter we’re indoors more and in closer contact,” NextCare national director … more

Symposium for those working with trafficked, abused

Pastors, ministry leaders, counselors, mental health professionals, counseling students and others who care for those wounded by sex trafficking or sexual abuse are invited to participate in the … more

Elementary launches its reading relay

One book, two books, red books, blue books, oh the places you’ll go with reading. In an effort to combat childhood illiteracy, KPMG, an audit, tax and advisory firm, in conjunction with Allendale Elementary, 5900 Oak St., held a Dr. Seuss … more

100 trips to the grocery store and counting

On Sept. 14, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (CO-07) held his 100th of his Government in the Grocery events. He started the Government in the Grocery program when he first took office in 2007 to meet … more

NREL leads with sustainable landscapes

The Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has received certification from a pilot program called SITES, an initiative to create more sustainable landscapes. Sustainable Sites Initiative or SITES spawned in June 2010, … more

Meet Marc Williams, candidate for mayor

For attorney and Arvada Mayor Marc Williams, city hall isn’t so different from the courtroom. As mayor, he has drawn on his legal experience to ensure best practices during public meetings, … more

Mines students to compete in Solar Decathlon AFRICA

It’s not an African safari, but Colorado School of Mines students are participating in quite an adventure in Morocco this September. A group from Mines is competing in Solar Decathlon AFRICA — an … more

Meet Harriet Hall, candidate for mayor

When Arvada resident Harriet Hall is asked what she did during the 34 years she was CEO and president at the Jefferson Center for Mental Health, she realizes that her former position does not fit … more

Reporter Stories: Monday morning quarterbacking the city votes

Community Editors David Gilbert and Nick Puckett discuss November's municipal election results in Littleton, Parker and the Metro-North area to determine if there are any common themes. more
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