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Nerves were high, but so was musicality as 15 Jefferson County high school marching bands took the field for their first performance of the season at the Jeffco Marching Band Festival held Sept. 19 … more
Quilt museum free dayA Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) free day will be offered at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, 200 Violet St., Suite 140, in Golden, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. … more
Union Boulevard has rightfully earned the nickname “restaurant row,” providing potential diners a smorgasbord of options for every palette. The list of options just became a little longer, with the official opening of Beau’s Kitchen and … more
It might well be a sing of an political apocalypse when almost all candidates in a race are united on a particular issue, but that appears to be the case in the coming city election in Lakewood. Practically all 11 candidates for the five open … more
Brady High School student Melody Soto wasn’t sure what to expect the first time she met with her mentor, Ashley Becker. “I thought I could only talk about certain things and had to be a certain way,” said Soto, who aims to graduate from … more
Seven Denver chefs and a plethora of Warren Tech culinary students gathered under a white tent erected in the middle of ACRES Farm on the Warren Tech campus in Lakewood. The table was filled with plates and an avocado mouse sat in the middle of each … more
A 22 percent increase in median home values pushed Golden to the top spot as the best city in Colorado to raise a family, according to a study conducted by SmartAsset, a company that provides software and data to provide simple, easy-to-understand … more
Lakewood's ballot initiative to limit residential growth cleared its legal challenge Monday, and is again on track to appear on this November's ballot. City Clerk, Margy Greer ruled the initiative to put a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on large multifamily projects to city council received sufficient signatures in the proper way. more
Schools choice, transparency and opportunities for all students were hot topics at the first Jefferson County Board of Education candidate forum held Sept. 13 at Wheat Ridge High School. The forum, presented by Support Jeffco Kids and Arvadans for … more
John Voehl lives something of a double life. A retired Lockheed aerospace engineer from Littleton, he’s a devoted husband and grandfather. But to thousands of people across the country, he’s Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president. Voehl is … more
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