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Wheat Ridge hosts one of state’s biggest bowling leagues

Rocco Panetta was sitting at the table behind lane one of Bowlero Wheat Ridge bowling alley. In between checking the score screen and eyeing the lanes, fellow bowlers are constantly approaching … more

D’Evelyn senior named 2018 U.S. Paralympics High School Track Athlete of the Year

Beatriz Hatz was sitting in a car with her mother a year ago, feeling anxious as she waited for a phone call from the U.S. Paralympics Track & Field team. Hatz was going on a rant, telling her … more

New Year’s resolutions solutions

Meant to be proactive, healthy and good for one’s well-being, New Year’s resolutions can be daunting, challenging, and most of the time don’t last long. According to Business Insider, 80 … more

Take a look back at 2018 in Lakewood

It seems like every week, there is a significant event happening in Lakewood. Looking back at 2018, this year was no different. Take a glimpse back at this past year and read about four key events … more

Looking back at 2018 in Jefferson County

From proposed roads to taxes, Jefferson County had a busy year in 2018. Blue Jeffco Jefferson County voters made history this year by voting to put the majority of elected offices in the hands of … more

Here are some of the best things that happened to people in 2018

As the last days of 2018 approached, the Lakewood Sentinel wanted to focus on something positive. We canvased the streets of Belmar and we went to Nextdoor, a social network for neighborhood … more

Venture Martial Arts offers stranger danger classes in Lakewood

At the beginning of the year, Mike Houtz, a Lakewood resident, told Denver7 that a man pulled up to his 12-year-old son in a vehicle and tried to lure the boy into his car. The boy then ran off and … more

Judge dismisses case against Lakewood Strategic Growth Initiative

After months of delays, the Lakewood Strategic Growth Initiative appears to be heading in the direction of Lakewood voters after it passed a recent legal challenge. Jefferson County Judge Diego Hunt … more

Green Mountain Elementary School delivers ornaments

In the spirit of the holidays, first and second grade students delivered handcrafted gingerbread ornaments to houses near Green Mountain Elementary School in Lakewood. The students walked through the … more

Daniel Murphy moves from second to first for Rockies

Daniel Murphy had no second thoughts about the Colorado Rockies bringing him in to play first base. As for taking his kids to get a picture with Santa at the mall just days before the holiday? Hey, … more

Challenging times reflect in diverse albums

I think it’s fair to say most of us will remember 2018 as a pretty tumultuous year. It seems like every week there was some kind of unusual or momentous happening. Contentious elections, dire … more

Spreading holiday cheer with the Action Center

For over 40 years, the Action Center provides families with gifts for children who struggle to make ends meet during the holiday season. Parents of over 3,000 children in Jefferson County shopped for … more

Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin retires, citing chronic pain

Five-time Olympic champion Missy Franklin is retiring from swimming at age 23, citing chronic shoulder pain that has affected her for the last 2 1/2 years. She announced her plans Dec. 19 in a letter … more

Wheat Ridge boys basketball wraps up OT win over Lakewood

LAKEWOOD — Wheat Ridge senior Isaiah Lucero handed out maybe his most important gift of the holiday season on the basketball court Dec. 19. Lucero snagged a rebound under the basket, but instead of … more

Eat the wheat, test the taste — it’s scientific

There's a stereotype that scientific research belongs in cold, sterile laboratories to people with Ph.D.s and white lab coats. But at the Genetics Taste Lab at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more

West Metro Fire District sued by a former firefighter

The West Metro Fire District is being sued by a retired firefighter and the wife of another district retiree over allegations that money from a retiree health trust fund was improperly used. The … more

Nothing half-baked about holiday season

While customers browse the glass cases to pick out their sweet treats at Rheinlander Bakery in Olde Town Arvada, in the back a team of bakers works to bring the sweets to life. One rolls out pastry … more

‘People should listen to everyone’

Ikram Zetraoui, 18, was a freshman in high school when she moved to Denver from Morocco to live with her older sister​. A high school senior, she hopes to study psychology and criminology to become … more

‘You can’t be a racist if you travel’

Maria Alsubhi, 19, was born in Saudi Arabia and moved to the United States when she was in eighth grade. Because of her dad’s love of exploring, Alsubhi has traveled to seven countries throughout … more

Air tests show minimal polution from Terumo BCT

Residents near a Lakewood biotech manufacturing site can breathe a little easier now, after air tests showed the air around the building did not contain noticeably higher levels of a cancerous air … more
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