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The Jeffco Public Schools 2016-17 enrollment figures show enrollment has decreased slightly since last year. The 2016-17 membership in Jeffco Public Schools is 86,361 students, a decrease of 370 students from the previous year. Last year saw an … more
Winter weather made its debut in recent weeks — better late than never — temporarily causing slick roads and blurred visibility. As the season enters full swing, travel experts advise motorists to drive with caution and adjust their vehicles … more
Instead of calling Houston to check in with Earth, Comdr. Shane Kimbrough, a NASA astronaut on the International Space Station, called Wheat Ridge High School. For 20 minutes on Nov. 18, about 400 students, parents and community members sat in … more
With more and more information being used and stored online, cyber security and defense is all the more important. For a student like Joshua Rivera, who served in the Navy and was working toward a degree after his service, it seemed like a … more
A bumper sticker that came out a while back, popular among Golden-to-Boulder commuters, stated: “Pray for me, I drive 93.” Steve Glennon of Boulder referred to the bumper sticker as he mentioned that he drives CO 93 all the time. His main … more
The 11-mile Gold Line commuter rail connecting Denver Union Station to Wheat Ridge, via Arvada and Adams County, was expected to be completed this fall, but RTD officials now say it won't open until next year. “Everyone is anxious to get this … more
The Arvada Chamber hosted its last 3rd Friday Breakfast of 2016 with a Mayor's Round Table on Nov. 18 at the Arvada Center. Five mayors … more
Renovation of the historic Buffalo Rose on Washington Avenue will be one of the most significant projects to occur on the main strip of downtown Golden in a number of years. Estimated to be closed for about one year once construction starts, the … more
Becoming an art teacher wasn’t Linda Slobodin’s plan when she started thinking about a career. But once she started down the path, she knew it was what she wanted to do. “The close relationship with students is what drives me and gives … more
Bells rang at St. John Chrysostom Episcopal Church at precisely 7 p.m. on Election Night, just as they do every hour on the hour. “When the bells went off, that was the signal that we were not only beginning our worship, but the signal that the … more
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