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Colorado Mills Mall and 40 West Arts District team up

Greg Wasil has horses who require hoof care from a farrier. He asked one of the farriers what they do with all the old horseshoes, and Wasil was told that they are recycled. The wheels began to turn … more

Lakewood man accused of killing wife

Lakewood Police Department announced it arrested a 60-year-old suspect who is accused of shooting a woman at the Parkview apartment complex. According to a release, Bruce Bagwell was arrested without … more

Adam's Camp charity basketball game is March 10

For one day in March, fans can forget the usual madness of brackets, upsets and the Final Four and instead be champions who support children and young adults with special needs and their families. … more

New healing and recovery center coming to Lakewood

When Candice Fondal was serving in the United States Air Force, she was deployed to Kuwait and Iraq. Somewhere down the line she developed a drinking problem, and it forced her to go to a 14-week … more

Lakewood City Council passes new tobacco licensing system ordinance

At a Jan. 28 meeting, Lakewood City Council unanimously voted in favor of a new tobacco licensing system ordinance. The ordinance, designed to halt youth tobacco use, will require retailers who sell … more

A year under its belt for the Lakewood Family Crimes Team

It’s been a year since the Lakewood Police Department put together its Family Crimes Team with a mission of lending a helping hand to victims of elder abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault. … more

My name is... Barbara Moore

About me My husband came from Los Angeles, and I came from New York. We met in Washington, moved out here, and we’ve lived in Lakewood since the 1980s. We love the west side, and we just absolutely … more

Lakewood City Council set to vote on tobacco ordinance

Last November, former Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order with the goal of decreasing the use of e-cigarettes and other vaping products. The Behavior Risk Survey from the Centers for … more

Good News Breakfast to honor unsung heroes

Ten “unsung heroes” who have significantly impacted the lives of Jefferson County residents will be honored at the 29th Good News Breakfast celebration in April. Nominations of individuals our … more

As shutdown continues, businesses feel the consequences

Editor’s Note: This story was filed for print on Jan. 21 as the federal shutdown continued. Nick’s Cafe has built a loyal following in Golden that included Elvis Presley who once flew his private … more

Nominees sought for Women’s Day awards

Know a Jefferson County woman who deserves recognition for her volunteer efforts, or an innovative woman who is a model for other women striving to make their dreams a reality in politics, government … more

Teenage girl dies after being hit by vehicle

A teenage girl was killed in the area of South Wadsworth Boulevard and West Virginia Avenue on Jan. 20 when she was struck by a vehicle. She was identified the next day as 13-year-old Angelina … more

Former Lakewood Police officer arrested again

For the second time in weeks former Lakewood Police officer Randall Shaun Butler has been arrested for an alleged sex assault. On Jan. 8, the Lakewood Police Department arrested Butler on suspicion … more

Man connected to 1984 hammer murders may be extradited soon

Alex Christopher Ewing, a 58-year-old inmate in Nevada who is wanted in two deadly hammer attacks that occurred in 1984 in Aurora and Lakewood, lost an appeal of an extradition order. Nevada's … more

Items of White Fence Farm to be auctioned off

When White Fence Farm closed its doors for the final time on Dec. 30, it left behind more than a legacy of serving up its famous fried chicken. Pieces of White Fence Farm need to go, and soon, … more

White Fence Farm says goodbye one last time

Penelope Winston and her family have gone to dinner at White Fence Farm since she was born 24 years ago. And there is one memory in particular that Winston will hold close for the rest of her life: … more

Council, community and police working hard to tackle issues

Wow, did 2018 move fast and what a year it has been! In my State of the City speech, I encouraged the community to be bold and you responded: city council and planning commission digging into … more

Lakewood councilman appointed to national committee

Jacob LaBure, a councilman from Lakewood, has been appointed to the National League of Cities 2019 Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations federal advocacy committee. The committee … more

Lakewood's most popular stories of 2018

The LakewoodSentinel.com website saw record-breaking traffic this year. Here are the top five web stories of the year. 1. Results of the 2018 general election for Jefferson county 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
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