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Officials on June 28 announced the indictment of members of what's suspected to be the largest illegal pot-trafficking ring since marijuana was legalized in Colorado, unveiling an operation that … more
A nearly seven hour meeting on June 27 concluded in a yes vote from all three Jefferson County commissioners to continue to accept federal money for affordable housing. The monies in consideration … more
To Dave Chandler and his activist group, a proposed six-story building with 256 apartments and 40,000 square feet of retail shops that would rise from the ground next to the Gold Line station in Arvada is an egregious mistake that should be … more
The annual Sand in the City event hosted by the Arvada Chamber of Commerce and the Arvada Visitors Center featured fun for all ages with “a variety of entertainment, food, and beverage offerings.” All benefits went towards … more
Cindy Jaye, a public services manager with the Jefferson County Public Library, loves to read because she loves stories. “I love the places I get to go, and the people I get to meet through stories,” she said. And she’s not alone. So … more
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a measure intended to bolster the rights of Colorado residents whose property is seized during criminal investigations. The measure — signed by the governor June 9 and sponsored by Democratic … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman has joined the effort to help find a Littleton police officer who went missing in mid-June while mountain climbing in Russia. Coffman met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in Washington, D.C., on June 23 to discuss the deployment of specialized mountain search-and-rescue teams and Russian military helicopters in the search for Highlands Ranch resident Steven Beare. more
For two weeks, there’s been a lot of cheering at Magic Mountain. “I’m very interested in bringing archaeology to the public,” said Dr. Michele Koons, curator of archaeology at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. “And it’s exciting … more
Mike Pondell is number 59. The red number counter above the Wheat Ridge Building Permit Department desk has been stuck at 58 for more than an hour after a credit card machine broke down and brought the line to a halt. Pondell arrived at Wheat … more
June is Colorado Bike Month, and 12,700 people are expected to participate in the annual Bike to Work Day on June 28. A number of sponsors in Jefferson County are offering stations for cyclist commuters to stop in for breakfast, water breaks or … more
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