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One day, a group of Goldenites visited the Golden Optimists — a local bicycle recycle program — to get a couple of bikes for a teenaged girl and boy new to the country. They took the bikes to the teens’ temporary household in Aurora where … more
The first day of school at Welchester Elementary went smoothly. “So far, so good,” said Principal Bethany Robinson shortly after 8 a.m. when students were accounted for and in their appropriate classrooms. About 275 children from Lakewood … more
Congressman Ed Perlmutter said the difference between him and the two other candidates for the 7 Congressional District of Colorado isn’t just party affiliation or policy preferences, but actions over words. “The difference is I am actually … more
Back to school shopping for a family can be daunting, but imagine shopping for 5,500 students. The Action Center, a Lakewood-based nonprofit, does just that on an annual basis. Aided by a small army of volunteers, and a lot of corporate and … more
After a tough week in Rio, Olympian Missy Franklin returned home to dozens of pink hearts with handwritten notes posted in her front yard. The 21-year-old swimmer recently posted a video on her … more
A Lone Tree man has been named in a grand jury indictment as the leader of a drug-trafficking network that had $2.2 million worth of heroin seized in recent raids. Jose DeJesus Bernal-Zamora was … more
Some of the stories are untold, and others are perhaps forgotten or neglected. But in about a month, all those stories and more will be told at the Golden History Center as part of the Epic Events exhibit. “There are so many cool things that … more
From new playgrounds and schools to a new way to help credit-deficient students graduate, Jefferson County Schools have myriad new programs for its 86,000 students as they start the new school year. “There’s always that excitement about the … more
About 40years ago, Olde Town Arvada had a few staple businesses, such as the Army Navy Surplus store and Rheinlander Bakery. But many storefronts in the city’s historic heart stood empty or showcased antiques, attracting few to wander its … more
A majority of children returning to Jefferson County schools this week will be heading into buildings that have at least some water outlets testing higher for lead than the federal guidelines for water quality. To date, Jefferson County School … more
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