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New cabanas, new sun-shading bungalows, adult beverage options and a new take on Water World’s mascot will greet water park patrons this summer. Joann Cortez, communications director for the Hyland Hills Recreation District, said the district … more
To meet the Front Range’s growing water demand, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers determined Chatfield Reservoir can accommodate an additional 20,600 acre-feet of water storage, increasing reservoir water levels up to 12 feet. The $130 million … more
A bill named in honor of fallen Colorado State Trooper Cody Donahue, who was struck and killed on Interstate 25 near Castle Rock in 2016, was signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 1. The “Move Over for Cody” bill increases the … more
The Jefferson County Board of Education adopted it 2017-2018 budget June 1 with a unanimous vote. The $978.9 million budget comes with an increase of $18.9 million of funding from the state. … more
For the past nine years, youth from Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center in Golden have cleaned up the Golden Cemetery, 755 Ulysses St., in preparation for Memorial Day weekend visitors. This year, 12 youth worked seven-hour days at the … more
The Rocky Mountain Deaf School celebrated its third graduation on May 31, with four graduates - Juan Carlos Perez, Victoria Ponce de Leon, Daisy VanMeter and Melissa Zambrano Campos - preparing to … more
Private organizations and federal grant funding is helping Lakewood build something the entire metro area is in great need of — affordable housing. The problem for a place like Lakewood is that there is not very much more land to develop, but … more
Alameda High School may have had its graduation in the relatively close space of Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House on May 23, but that didn’t stop families and friends from filling the space with cheers and hollers. “Congratulations on … more
Twenty-one students earned their diplomas May 27 from Long View High School — a small alternative school serving Jefferson County students. The ceremony, scheduled to be outside at the school, was held at Warren Tech due to rain. Graduates were … more
Dan Willard, 75, remembers the day he entered the fourth grade. The year was 1951. And Pleasant View Elementary was opening its doors for the first time. There used to be atrolley that picked up students who lived along South Golden Road to take … more
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