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Father of slain deputy thanks ‘biggest, strongest family’

If last February’s memorial service for slain Adams County Deputy Heath Gumm memorialized the man, a January vigil held to mark the one year anniversary of his death was about the community he left … more

Man shot near A-West High School

Arvada Police Department received a call around 7:54 p.m. on Jan. 24, about gunshots heard in the area of W. 63rd Pl. and Quail St. Police on the scene found a man suffering from an apparent gunshot … more

Computer science training offered for all elementary teachers

A current job search on employment site Indeed.com shows that currently in Colorado there are nearly 1,000 available jobs in the computer science field. Of those jobs, 205 of them offer an estimated … more

Teens HOPEfull to drive out the stigma of mental health

Hundreds of teens are using the HOPEfull Drive as a tool to prevent teen suicide and end the stigma that surrounds teen depression, anxiety and other mental health issues. “Not a lot of people … more

Middle schoolers learn about engineering in the real world

The middle schoolers that competed in the Future City Competition can tell you exactly how their city functions — how people travel or how the city is powered, for example. “They really get into … more

School of Mines names new provost

Colorado School of Mines has named Richard C. Holz its next provost. Holz is dean of the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences at Marquette University and will join Mines in June 2019. As provost, … more

FCA students donate food to the hungry

An annual food drive doubles as an opportunity to teach generosity of spirit at Faith Christian Academy. For a second year, the entire school gathered donations together to send to Community Table … more

Hardwired to learn in Jeffco

A couple hundred Jeffco Public Schools high schoolers attended the second annual Jeffcon on Jan. 25. Jeffcon is a conference specifically geared toward the students to give them the opportunity to … more

Sports business pathway comes to Arvada High next year

After high school, 3-5 percent of students athletes go on to play collegiately. Of those, 1 percent will earn a pro ranking. But sports is a multi-billion dollar industry with a variety of … more

Gardner among GOP senators seen as vulnerable in 2020

Republican Sen. Cory Gardner helped mastermind the GOP's midterm strategy of pushing Senate candidates closer to President Donald Trump. But heading into his own 2020 re-election bid in Colorado, … more

Education committee clears Kraft-Tharp’s SHOP act

The House Education Committee passed Representative Tracy Kraft-Tharp’s bill Jan. 15 to permit more schools to apply for Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) grants for new or rebuilt Career and … more

Zenzinger, Titone give legislative preview

With the legislative session underway, Democrats Senator Rachel Zenzinger and newly elected Representative Brianna Titone gave their constituents a way to get to know how it works and what bills to … more

Electric City keeps vintage audio alive

The customers at Electric City Repair go there for one thing — quality sounding music. Whether it’s someone who wants their long-owned vintage stereo repaired or a millennial who has discovered … more

Good News Breakfast to honor unsung heroes

Ten “unsung heroes” who have significantly impacted the lives of Jefferson County residents will be honored at the 29th Good News Breakfast celebration in April. Nominations of individuals our … more

As shutdown continues, businesses feel the consequences

Editor’s Note: This story was filed for print on Jan. 21 as the federal shutdown continued. Nick’s Cafe has built a loyal following in Golden that included Elvis Presley who once flew his private … more

Situations worsen for federal employees as shutdown continues

Editor’s Note: This story was filed for print on Jan. 21 as the federal shutdown continued. The U.S. government has been partially shutdown for nearly a month as President Donald Trump and … more

Jeffco graduation rates continue to rise

Jeffco Public Schools on-time graduation rates continue to improve, according to the most recent data provided to the Colorado Department of Education. Over the last five years, Jeffco Public Schools … more

Jeffco schools looks at mill levy budget requests

Ballot language for 5A, the mill levy override approved by Jefferson County voters in November, provided five specific areas funds could be dedicated to. Now, Jefferson County Public Schools staff … more

Nominees sought for Women’s Day awards

Know a Jefferson County woman who deserves recognition for her volunteer efforts, or an innovative woman who is a model for other women striving to make their dreams a reality in politics, government … more

Jeffco sheriff’s detentions deputy arrested

A woman who worked for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office for about three years has been arrested for suspicion of a number of crimes. Following an investigation by the sheriff’s office, an … more
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