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Assisted living facility hit by stomach flu outbreak

On Dec. 11, residents at Brookdale Meridian Arvada, an assisted living facility, were asked to stay in their apartments through Dec. 15 or potentially longer after a stomach flu outbreak occurred in … more

Brain differences may be tied to obesity, study of children finds

New results from the largest long-term study of brain development and children's health raise provocative questions about obesity and brain function. Does excess body weight somehow reduce brain … more

Members of Congress serving metro area weigh in on possible Trump impeachment

A look at what some U.S. representatives are saying on social media more

DDRC Players find new home at Colorado ACTS

It’s a good problem to have when a small theater has grown over the years to the point that it needs a bigger venue to accommodate its audience. And it’s particularly rewarding for the … more

Letter to the editor: Violated his oath

The President of the United States takes an oath of office required by our Constitution. Every President from George Washington to Abraham Lincoln to Franklin Roosevelt has affirmed this oath. They … more

Letter to the editor: Transparency isn’t always so clear

A fellow letter writer suggested knowing what and where our city, county and state budgets are tells us all transparently and clearly “where all our taxes go,” in a thousand pages of online … more

Letter to the editor: Appalled by plowing

I was totally appalled at the terrible job the city of Arvada did plowing the snow on November 26. I am taking about major roads like Ward Road and Ralston Road. We pay a lot in taxes and expect city … more

Arvada seeking feedback as zoning update approaches

The City of Arvada is in the process of updating its Land Development Code (LDC), which sets guidelines for future developments. From 6-8 p.m. Dec. 19, the city will hold a public open house at City … more

Students sell artwork ‘for the greater good’

As families poured in to Arvada High School for the annual Empty Bowls event, which sees area elementary, middle and high school students make and sell ceramic bowls for charity, 10-year-old Solomon … more

Letter to the editor: Enough of impeachment

Had enough TV coverage of people with nothing to say, opinions of Harvard leftists, cover-up of the corruption of Joe Biden, known mainly as the comedians’ livelihood for decades? Hasn’t all of … more

Letter to the editor: Reliable witnesses for impeachment

The impeachment hearings are bringing out far more than I expected, from incredibly reliable nonpartisan witnesses, both diplomats and constitutional scholars. It has been made clear that our … more

Letter to the editor: Something stinks

Our community and our state need to deal with our methane problem. Methane is 80 times more potent than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas and therefore, a major driver of climate disruption, in the … more

Shift with the times, or be shifted

“The only constant in life is change”—my Dad. And, probably, lots of people before him. Given the wisdom of that adage, I’ve always wondered what it takes for people to stay ahead of the … more

Colorado Mountain Club plans benefit gala

The first blind person to summit Mount Everest and complete the Seven Summits will be the keynote speaker at the Colorado Mountain Club’s inaugural benefit gala. Erik Weihenmayer, who lost his … more

Golden girls hoops rallies to defeat Bear Creek in season opener

GOLDEN — Senior Allyson Goodwin found her scoring touch when it really counted Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Golden High School. Goodwin didn’t score through three quarters for Golden, but she got the hot … more

District leaders preview four potential changes coming to Jeffco

After dropping their children off at school for the day, about a dozen parents from schools across the area gathered to discuss what their kids are learning every day, the future of the district and … more

Relentless barking is the sound of entitled thinking

Welcome to the neighborhood, but your dog has been barking for two hours — and it’s not the first time. Welcome to the neighborhood, but your dog has been barking for two hours — and it’s not … more

Do you want better results? Try examining four words

Do you want better results? For most of us, the answer is yes. We want better results in one or more areas of our personal lives or in our business. As a matter of fact, when I have asked people what … more

Colorado auto group takes high polluters off road: 5 things to know

In 2007, Colorado's then-Gov. Bill Ritter made a push to tackle climate change. Among the efforts: suggesting that Colorado adopt a policy similar to California's stringent auto-emission regulations. … more

Taking sports to the extreme - Denver museum exhibit takes visitors into world of athletic thrills

When Andrew Fraser was a boy growing up in Littleton, he knew he wanted to fly. Not only would he daydream of gliding through the sky, but at night, he would have active lucid dreams about flying. He … more
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