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The Jefferson County School District and the district's teachers union have reached a tentative agreement. The text of the contract was made public Wednesday afternoon for the union membership to … more
There are over 400,000 veterans living in Colorado, and according to the Census Bureau more than 41,000 live in Jefferson County. I am committed to not only honoring their service, but helping veterans get access to resources — and a leg up in … more
The creekside ambience is one reason the Wyatt family moved to Golden. Looking at the city’s statues gives Alys Moubry peace and joy. Sandy May said she doesn’t know much about art, but she does know what she likes — and she likes the … more
At first glance, the four cubbies full of Vans tennis shoes in the Fresh 23 Studio makes you wonder what shoes have to do with art. But for the past nine years, those shoes, and hundreds of pairs before them, have been a blank canvas for student … more
The theme this year was time travel. Some students wrote about meeting dinosaurs or famous people. Some wrote about where they’d like a to travel. Others wrote about building a time machine or why they would travel back in time — or to the … more
The Apple Ridge Cafe in Wheat Ridge is known for many things: a family atmosphere, a solid country breakfast, weekly pork chop nights. But what brings people from across borders is the green chile. “People come in and ask for a to-go order in a … more
To make Jefferson County school district jobs more competitive, the school board has allocated $24.5 million for compensation increases to all employees. “I believe our directive has been very consistently that we want to compensate comparably … more
Peter Rork, a retired pilot and orthopedic surgeon, pursued an interest in rescue animals after his wife died four years ago. “I lost my appetite for medicine,” he said, “and I had a plane at the time.” He now transports “death … more
Jefferson feeder area Jefferson Jr./Sr. High School would be renovated. Phase I would be construction of new academic wings. Edgewater Elementary School would get a Pre-K wing. Lumberg and … more
It’s an oft-repeated statistic that the number one fear for most people is public speaking. This might be particularly true as a teenager, when young people are still growing into themselves and in confidence. To help students overcome this … more
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