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Wheat Ridge City Council will look to set a new 90-day moratorium on the issuing of licenses for marijuana establishments, as it considers special-use permits and the prohibition of marijuana licensing altogether. In front of a packed house at … more
Jefferson Symphony Orchestra will present its season opening concert on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 3 p.m. The opener will featuring guest artist Marcia Ragonetti, mezzo soprano, singing Songs of a Wayfarer and Gershwin selections, as well as the popular … more
Brothers Redevelopment is still accepting applications from Jeffco homeowners to apply for grants related to improve in-home accessibility or mobility for income-qualified seniors or residents with disabilities. Jeffco has awarded Brothers … more
Where’s the beef? In the very last place you’d look for it. On Sept. 23, 26 beefy guys were slicing, chopping and carving it up at South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial, literally on the ice, in hopes that their mad knife skills would win … more
Defense counsel for Christopher Sullivan, the man responsible for the crime spree on Lookout Mountain on July 23, is pushing back on a child sex trafficking for sexual servitude charge brought against Sullivan in August by the Jeffco DA’s … more
Republican candidate Ron Sandstrom, Democratic candidate Andrew Hassinger and Libertarian candidate Pat Sullivan each stake a claim to being the best man for the job of county assessor. Unlike other political races with candidates promising … more
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney threw red meat at Republicans in Littleton on Sept. 29, blasting the record of Gov. John Hickenlooper during a rally to urge support for GOP candidates this … more
The Jeffco Marijuana Task Force presented its final report to the Board of County Commissioners and recommended prohibiting retail pot stores in unincorporated Jeffco despite a few dissenting opinions from members on the task force. Following … more
For the second time in three weeks, schools in Jefferson County were closed due to a sick-out protest by teachers. In response, District Superintendent Dan McMinimee said the district will use the … more
With several days worth of chants and placard waving, Jeffco high school students expressed opposition to oversight of the district's AP U.S. History course. Students across Jeffco walked out of … more
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