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Homeless camps cleared along Clear Creek Trail

Trash and debris were all that was left at a Clear Creek Trail site after more than a dozen homeless people — who had been living along a stretch of trail just north of I-76 between Arvada and Wheat Ridge — were relocated last month by a …
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Chaplain Tim Ralph has frequented Parker Adventist Hospital over the past few weeks. He visits Dan Brite, a member of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Impact Unit, and Brite’s wife Christine, a sergeant with the sheriff’s office. On …
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Joe Coors Jr. dies

Joe Coors, Jr., a businessman and one-time congressional candidate, died on Sept. 15 at the age of 74. He was the great grandson of Adolph Coors, founder of the beer empire which began with a …
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    • 'He had cheated death so many times'

      Susan Shirley said receiving the body of her fallen son, Levi "Jack" Shirley, early Friday morning brought mixed emotions. “It hurt a lot,” the Arvada resident said. “It makes it (his death) real in a way that it wasn't.” It also …

    • Shift eyed at Jeffco middle schools

      Three years ago, Mitchell Elementary in Golden became a K-5 school, shifting its sixth graders over to Bell Middle School. The move has been a good one, Mitchell Principal Samantha Hollman said. “It strengthened our K-5 curriculum,” she …

    • A look at the future, a reflection on the past

      In the Arvada Center’s 40 years, it has played host to established artists, ones just getting into the swing of their careers, and provided space for artists’ first exhibits. All of this is highlighted in “Looking Back/Moving Forward,” …

    • Jeffco DA to make run at a second term

      In Pete Weir’s opinion, there is no higher calling and greater responsibility than to be a district attorney. And as the district attorney for the 1st Judicial District in Colorado, Weir said he …

    • My Name Is: Pearl Bucknam

      About me I was born in Denver and live in Wheat Ridge. My favorite thing about Lakewood is going to my nan’s house and visiting my great-grandparents. I like going to the creek behind their house. Mother Robyn Bucknam: Pearl’s parents grew up in Lakewood and are Lakewood High alums. Pearl frequently visits her grandmother’s house in Lakewood, and when she’s there she loves to play with her cousins and explore the greenbelt and creek by the house. Her grandmother is a jewelrymaker so Pearl loves to visit her nan’s studio and work on fun projects together. Ice skating in Belmar is a holiday tradition and Cider Days is always fun.

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