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When Al Vigil was a child, his mother insisted that he accompany his older brother fishing. But Vigil didn't like to fish, so he would sit nearby and whittle pieces of wood. When he was 8 years old, he joined the Boy Scouts, where he furthered his … more
Four Colorado lawmakers were honored by Healthier Colorado for their work in strengthening access to mental health services. Sen. John Cooke, R-Greeley, Sen. Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, and Rep. … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation has kicked off a five-month asphalt pavement repair project on 14 segments of highway, affecting six counties in and around the metropolitan area. Repair projects will take place in Adams, Arapahoe, … more
There are some days, primarily in the summer months between May and September, when Coloradans should re-think partaking in vigorous exercise outside. But that doesn’t mean the air quality here is so concerning that everybody should feel they … more
Ron Mitchell graduated from Arvada High School. He earned an undergraduate in education, and a master's in administration from the University of Northern Colorado. He served six years in the Army Reserves, before his education career. He taught at … more
With temperatures dropping and snow in the forecast, the Severe Weather Shelter Network is now in season as of Oct. 1. The Severe Weather Shelter Network is a Christian nonprofit working to make sure Jefferson County’s homeless are kept warm on … more
A 50-year-old man has pleaded guilty to 12 felony charges, stemming from the robbery of five banks across the metro Denver area. Gary Crider appeared in Jefferson County Court on Oct. 2 and pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated robbery, nine … more
Jefferson County is forward-thinking. And that includes the county’s budgeting. “We’re always looking to the future,” said Mary O’Neil, director of budget and risk management. Although there are some needs that can’t be addressed … more
The Jefferson Political Action Taskforce has drafted a bill called the American Anti-Corruption Act, and citizen groups are working to get it passed. The bill is intended to redefine the meaning of corruption and end the “pay for play” system … more
Bring your apples and a clean jug, then watch as the Wheat Ridge Historical Society’s authentic cider press works its magic. In addition to leaving with freshly made cider, Apple Cider Day guests may enjoy craft demonstrations and buy lunch … more
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