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Jefferson County Undersheriff Ray Fleer imagines he will probably play an occasional round of golf with his colleagues at the sheriff’s office during his retirement. But golf is not one of the pastimes he’ll give high priority. He enjoys the … more
Teenagers are more digitally connected than ever: Three-quarters own or have access to a smartphone, 24 percent go online almost constantly, and 92 percent go online daily, Pew Research Center reports. The digital world is used for a number of … more
In Pete Weir’s opinion, there is no higher calling and greater responsibility than to be a district attorney. And as the district attorney for the 1st Judicial District in Colorado, Weir said he … more
Residents near the upcoming G-Line for the commuter rail and patrons dining on patios in Olde Town Arvada often have to elevate the volume of conversations when trains — both freight and commuter rail — roll along Grandview Avenue. But within … more
On a sunny August morning, Kathy Letson sits inside her Centennial bakery and talks about how she started her business, her voice drowned out by the doorbell’s ringing as a steady stream of customers comes and goes. Since she opened Gluten … more
Unlike other areas of the world, tipping at a restaurant is almost universally commonplace in the United States. However, Abrusci’s Italian Restaurant in Wheat Ridge is shifting away from this cultural norm by becoming one of the first … more
With demolition of the old commercial section of Heritage Square half complete, property owner Martin Marietta still does not know what the land will be home to in the future. Although a couple of things are being discussed, there’s “nothing … more
The sounds of music filled Parfet Park as dusk fell in Golden on Aug. 21. The weather provided a perfect temperature — not too hot and not chilly — for a free concert by the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra. more
The second annual MuralFest on Aug. 20. featured six new murals, all done by a diverse bunch of muralists. The event was held at the Lamar Station Plaza and Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. more
Ask the McSheeny family of Wheat Ridge how their first day of school back at Prospect Valley Elementary went, and you get a variety of responses. First grader Ethan and second grader Matthew both shout “Awesome!” Sophia, now in fifth grade … more
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