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With all options exhausted on relocating a men’s community corrections facility, Jefferson County will now focus on bringing the historic New York building up to code to continue operations there. After vocal protests from the surrounding … more
I wish to write to your paper to let the citizens of Arvada and of District 1 know that we are well represented by Jerry Marks on city council and we need to vote to retain him as our councilman. He has shown his ability to advocate for all of us … more
A former Jeffco school board member, Tori Merritts, decided it was time she got back in the game and run for District 4. “There haven’t been many bright spots in Jeffco in terms of student results in recent years,” she said. “I’m … more
Red anti-Wal-Mart signs dot green lawns across Wheat Ridge, including Sam Taylor’s front yard. “We already have a Wal-Mart on 44th and another one on Colfax,” Taylor said. “There are already too many. I oppose it because of the … more
A couple hundred people left a Lakewood planning commission meeting satisfied on Sept. 9. Lakewood planning commission voted against relocating a men’s community corrections facility from the … more
The recall election of the three majority members on the Jefferson County Board of Education loomed large at the election season’s first candidate forum, as nine of the dozen candidates vying for a seat shared their opinions.  “Jeffco … more
The Astor House Museum in downtown Golden closed its doors Sept. 8 to undergo a major rehabilitation and preservation project. The project is an “opportunity to reimagine the Astor House experience for people,” said Doug Skiba, development … more
Every week, Jefferson County resident Jill Ross looks forward to her hug from one 14-year-old girl, who has lived in three different homes and had two different guardian ad litems and case workers. But Ross has been there through it … more
After noticing a trend of politicization among local and national school boards, Jeffco dad and physician's assistant Matthew Dhieux decided he needed to step in and serve as a member of the Jefferson County Board of Education. “I know it goes … more
A Denver jury’s refusal to give the death penalty to a man who stabbed five people to death in a bar, coming on the heels of theater shooter James Holmes’ life sentence, has many wondering whether the ultimate penalty will ever again be applied … more
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