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The sounds of music filled Parfet Park as dusk fell in Golden on Aug. 21. The weather provided a perfect temperature — not too hot and not chilly — for a free concert by the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra. more
The second annual MuralFest on Aug. 20. featured six new murals, all done by a diverse bunch of muralists. The event was held at the Lamar Station Plaza and Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. more
Ask the McSheeny family of Wheat Ridge how their first day of school back at Prospect Valley Elementary went, and you get a variety of responses. First grader Ethan and second grader Matthew both shout “Awesome!” Sophia, now in fifth grade … more
One day, a group of Goldenites visited the Golden Optimists — a local bicycle recycle program — to get a couple of bikes for a teenaged girl and boy new to the country. They took the bikes to the teens’ temporary household in Aurora where … more
The first day of school at Welchester Elementary went smoothly. “So far, so good,” said Principal Bethany Robinson shortly after 8 a.m. when students were accounted for and in their appropriate classrooms. About 275 children from Lakewood … more
Congressman Ed Perlmutter said the difference between him and the two other candidates for the 7 Congressional District of Colorado isn’t just party affiliation or policy preferences, but actions over words. “The difference is I am actually … more
Back to school shopping for a family can be daunting, but imagine shopping for 5,500 students. The Action Center, a Lakewood-based nonprofit, does just that on an annual basis. Aided by a small army of volunteers, and a lot of corporate and … more
After a tough week in Rio, Olympian Missy Franklin returned home to dozens of pink hearts with handwritten notes posted in her front yard. The 21-year-old swimmer recently posted a video on her … more
A Lone Tree man has been named in a grand jury indictment as the leader of a drug-trafficking network that had $2.2 million worth of heroin seized in recent raids. Jose DeJesus Bernal-Zamora was … more
Some of the stories are untold, and others are perhaps forgotten or neglected. But in about a month, all those stories and more will be told at the Golden History Center as part of the Epic Events exhibit. “There are so many cool things that … more
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