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While supermarket chains and even some breweries across Colorado are hopped up about the idea of allowing all grocery stores to sell full-strength alcoholic beverages, some neighborhood liquor stores have a case of sour grapes about the whole … more
Rachel Gutierrez’s reason for enrolling her 3-year-old daughter in a dual-language program where she splits her day between Spanish and English was simple: “I wish I had learned a second language, and I figure this is a way we can give our … more
James Jordan sweats as he trudges through the brush, up the steep slope toward the top of a rocky plateau. The bleached, fall sun has warmed the chilly morning, and Jordan has already shed one layer. The hillside is neither as steep nor as high as … more
The recall organizer-backed, five-member ‘clean slate’ has raised almost $200,000 in the Jeffco school board race, compared to two of the three incumbents’ approximate $6,500, according to the most recent Colorado Secretary of State campaign … more
The driver that plowed a Toyota Sienna into the back of an Arvada Kmart retail store has been charged with two counts of vehicular assault and reckless driving while under the influence. On the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 20, Edward Walton, 41 … more
A tightly-knit thread of connections weave a fabric through Arvada. And for the Arvada Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Leadership Arvada class, this was ever present among those in the nonprofit realm serving the heartbeat of the community— its … more
The following information about independent expenditure committees — like Colorado Independent Action, which backs the Jeffco board incumbents in the school board race— is provided on the Colorado Secretary of State’s website. “An … more
When Wheat Ridge High School launched its STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program last year, 16 students joined what would become an award-winning team by the school year's end. Year two, the program now includes more than 40 … more
Since Labor Day weekend, people have headed to Heritage Square to take one last ride on the Alpine Slide. The slide, which closed on Oct. 11, was something that never went out of style, said general manager Debbie Hottinger. “It was a … more
In the race for two open seats on the Jefferson County School Board, the so-called “clean slate” candidates, Ali Lasell and Amanda Stevens, are greatly outpacing their opponents in fundraising. On Oct. 13, the four candidates vying for the … more
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