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This fall, Red Rocks Community College makes Colorado history by offering a bachelor of applied science degree in water quality management technology. Red Rocks is the first community college in the state to offer a BAS degree, the result oftwo … more
Jefferson County Schools is hunting for lead this summer in its buildings. In a matter of weeks, the district has found sinks, drinking fountains and hose hookups that tested positive for elevated levels of lead at the following schools: Green … more
One Arvada resident spoke on birds singing and the tranquility of the area while walking the nearby trails. Another asked people to close their eyes and imagine the sound of fireworks constantly … more
The Force was strong with Wheat Ridge cyclists who took part in Bike to Work Day on June 22. The Wheat Ridge Active Transportation Advisory Team (or ATAT) hosted the 4th annual breakfast station for riders at the Dairy Queen at 38th Avenue and Pierce Street, featuring orange juice and coffee, fruit and breakfast pizzas courtesy of IPIE Pizza. more
High school graduations at Red Rocks Amphitheater are a common occurrence now, but when Lakewood High School’s graduating class crossed the stage to receive their diplomas in 1976, they were making history. “We were the first class from a … more
The Lakewood arts community around 14th Avenue unveiled another addition to their public arts offerings with the new “Community” bench on June 24. The bench was created by sculptor Austin Weishel and fabricator Tim Driscoll, both … more
Parking is an important commodity for a community. “If parking is not available, people don’t feel welcome and they’ll go elsewhere,” said Golden resident M.L. Richardson. “There are so many options in Denver-metro.” To hear … more
An apparently unthinking and selfish action sabotaged Todd Wessels’ effort to break the Guinness world record for a 10-pin bowling marathon. Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Englewood donated the use of the lane and other support to Wessels’ … more
George Athanasopoulos, the Republican candidate for the 7 Congressional District, is aware of his image as a political outsider — and considers it a good thing. “Look at where all these experienced politicians have gotten us,” said the … more
High school students will now have more internship, apprenticeship and other job training opportunities following the passing of House Bill 1288, signed into law mid-June by Gov. John Hickenlooper. Rep. Sen. Jack Tate (R-Centennial) backed the … more
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