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At the Wheat Ridge 2020 10th Anniversary Gala “Forward from Here” on Dec. 8, members of the organization renewed their commitment to the community, unveiling a new name and identity. Wheat Ridge 2020 is now Wheat Ridge Localworks, a … more
Those who can do — teach. That’s the maxim of Red Rocks Community College’s fine woodworking program. The department has built itself into one of the country’s top woodworking programs by employingtalented staff and offering a vast … more
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce had a very eventful 2015, and wanted to talk about. Perhaps that’s why the chamber’s 2015 State of the Chamber event was set up like a late-night talk show, complete with a humorous host — real estate agent … more
Donald Rosier, a Republican Jefferson County commissioner, announced Dec. 10 he is running for the Senate seat held by Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet. “I’m here running because Colorado deserves better — it needs a senator that will … more
As promised the night they were sworn in, the five newly elected Jeffco School Board members started out the first official business meeting of their terms by working collaboratively. The Dec. 10 meeting was the first after a successful recall in … more
Colorado is among the states with the lowest spending on higher education, which often means institutions and students pay the price. To keep these institutions running and advancing, schools like Red Rocks Community College have to go after … more
Seven buildings in Heritage Square — which some local historians consider historic because of their age, architecture and Disney connection — are slated to be demolished as early as spring next year. Property owner Martin Marietta is moving … more
Students from Standley Lake High School in Westminster came up with a plan to plant trees, clean oceans and lessen the effects of global warming that can begin at individual school communities. A pair of students from Pomona High School in Arvada … more
The holiday season is a joyous time but unfortunately, it presents many opportunities for home fires to occur. The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control urges Colorado families to remember the importance of fire safety and … more
For the 24 year, thousands of people — bundled against the evening chill — gathered in historic downtown Golden to enjoy a spectacle of lights, sing carols and tell Santa Claus who had been naughty or nice. But most of all, they were there to … more
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