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Mayor Joyce Jay helped break ground on the Kipling Ridge redevelopment site Oct. 10. The 6.3 acre site will include a 27,00 square foot Sprouts market, an updated Starbucks coffee shop, and a 64-unit assisted living center to be built by Morningstar … more
Wheat Ridge city council took a look at a study to improve Wadsworth Boulevard from West 35th Avenue to West 48th Avenue. Formally known as the Wadsworth Planning and Environmental Linkage (PEL) study, the project looks at improving Wadsworth to … more
The Golden Police Department were called Sunday, Sept. 12, to report on a fatal accident around 1:30 a.m. involving a pedestrian and an RTD light rail train.  The victim, Tiffany McCumber, 17, of Golden, was struck by the train going east … more
In support of change, more than 150 students, parents and community members gathered Oct. 11 at Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave., Littleton. The rally was organized by a group of more than 40 student leaders behind the “Jeffco Students for … more
A knock-down, drag-out affair in Pueblo between Sen. Mark Udall and Congressman Cory Gardner on Oct. 9 could have easily been promoted on the venue’s marquee as the Steel City Smackdown. Buoyed — and sometimes booed — by a rowdy audience, … more
A televised debate on Oct. 6 laid out arguments for and against the statewide ballot questions that Colorado voters will begin deciding on this month. The debate, sponsored by KUSA-TV, allowed advocates to argue their positions on the four ballot … more
To find campaign finance information on any candidate, visit www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/ and click the button that says “TRACER.” From there click the button that says “Search Database” and then select “Candidate Search” and … more
Heading into the last month of the campaign season, the Democrat incumbents are in the Lakewood area are outspending and out-fundraising their Republican counterparts in all but one race. The latest campaign contributions reports reflect money … more
After hearing the news on the drive into her Westminster office Oct. 6, Rebecca Brinkman raced to her desk to hurriedly type an email. “Will you still marry me?” She had asked the question before to the love of her life over the course of … more
Rebecca Brinkman and Margaret Burd of Thornton filed the first lawsuit in the state challenging the ban on same-gender marriage. They filed the suit nearly a year ago, right after the Adams County Clerk and Recorder office denied their … more
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