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It took 12 years for Belmar’s first — and only — hotel to open, but it finally happened. On March 16 the Hyatt House Belmar, 7310 W. Alaska Drive, opened its doors to visitors, business travelers and those in need of a longer … more
Thousands of students participated in the events Colorado School of Mines’ annual Engineer’s Days (E-Days). E-Days this year kicked off on March 30, however, the main events took place March 31-April 2. Highlights of E-Days include a 7.5 mile … more
At the end of 2015, the Jefferson County School district welcomed in a completely new board of education, and a culture shift. But recent stats from the Colorado Department of Education shows, while change might be in the air, the number of teachers … more
Keith Carey is a gunsmith in Montrose, a town with a frontier flavor set amid the rocky mesas of western Colorado. He’s a staunch, though soft-spoken, defender of the right to bear arms. Yet now he’s also a willing recruit in a fledgling … more
Commuters on U.S. 6 stuck in construction traffic can sometimes feel like they are fossilizing, but it turns out they’re driving past the real thing. On March 17, excavating crews on the Linking Lookout project, which is taking place near U.S. … more
Over the past two years, construction work has been occurring at three sites across the city, preparing them for something big — the Gold Line. more
For some students, the climb to success is significantly more difficult. To honor 56 Jefferson County School District students who have overcome great adversity, the Arvada Wheat Ridge Service Ambassadors of Youth is hosting a recognition … more
A spring storm blanketed the Front Range today. Here is a roundup of closures today across Jefferson County. Check back throughout the day for updates.  Jeffco County office buildings … more
On Dec. 15, an Evergreen High School student made threatening comments that sparked concern among students and staff. In February, a Northglenn High School student took pictures of Arvada K-8 and threatened over text and social mediato enter the … more
Two teams of students at Bell Middle School might not have won any school awards for their documentaries, but that’s what makes being honorable mentions in C-SPAN’s national 2016 StudentCam competition all the more surprising. “None of us … more
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