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For many business owners, it is a difficult task to identify which, if any, chamber of commerce is best suited to fulfill their companies’ needs. Options abound, with Colorado being home to more than 130 chambers. Some of those are … more
Golden History Museums is offering a new series of four Heritage Arts & Crafts classes 10 a.m. on Saturday Aug 2. These classes will teach practical historic skills and crafts related to cooking and sustainable living. The first class on Aug. 2 … more
The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum invites the public to celebrate its 25th anniversary by creating a 25 inch square quilt that shows what has inspired the quilt maker in the last 25 years or something that continues to inspire them. All entries will … more
Dirty Bourbon River Show performs 10 p.m. on Friday, July 25; Great White with Romeo Delight 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 26. For band and ticket information visit . more
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Victim Services Unit is seeking volunteers to help assist victims of crime and trauma. Volunteer staff will work directly with deputies, investigators and other county agencies. Victim advocated are expected to … more
Over the next few weeks, Jeffco Open Space staff will reorganize the existing equestrian parking lot at North Table Mountain Park to accommodate 2-3 parallel equestrian or oversized/bus vehicle spots and modify the remaining space for passenger … more
The Jefferson County Road & Bridge Division is continuing work to repair a sinkhole that occurred in June on Simms Street just south of Coal Mine Road in South Jeffco. The cause of the sinkhole is due to the failure of a large drainage culvert under … more
Immediately after it became official last week that legislative efforts to deal with hydraulic fracturing had ended, pro-fracking Republicans in key statewide races ramped up pressure on their … more
The front door to the community isn't what it used to be. Newcomers to a city or town these days rarely feel the need to stop by the local chamber of commerce to pick up a map or a list of … more
The battle over hydraulic fracturing revved up last week as a diverse group of state, energy and business leaders joined Gov. John Hickenlooper in speaking out against potential ballot measures that would limit the oil- and gas-drilling practice statewide. more
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