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When Dan Mitzner and Rachel Baumel started Creative Learning Preschool in their Stapleton neighborhood, they had a simple philosophy: Build the kind of preschool they would want their children to attend. That approach must have worked, because … more
Wheat Ridge High School was a hub of activity on April 16, snowy weather notwithstanding. There was a practice AP test and a community-build project with the Colorado Construction Institute. Astronaut Joe Tanner gave a presentation. And the … more
Wheat Ridge High School was a hub of activity on April 16, snowy weather notwithstanding. There was a practice AP test and a community-build project with the Colorado Construction Institute. Astronaut Joe Tanner gave a presentation. And the school’s STEM team was finishing work on their cars for the Shell Eco-marathon. more
About 400 people gathered at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on April 12 to hear word of the county’s good news. The theme for the 26th annual Good News Breakfast was “Building and Protecting Our Community.” Coinciding with the theme, nine … more
William Burchett made lifelong friends. He was a musician, history buff, world traveler and loving stepdad. Locally famous as the lead singer of the Resonatorz, Burchett was murdered in his Golden home on March 15, 2014, at the age of … more
Breast cancer awareness events may not seem like the place that would conjure feelings of inspiration and strength, but that’s exactly what the Pink Hat Tea celebration does. The annual event is sponsored by the Lutheran Medical Center, Cancer … more
Nicolle Dowling of Centennial knows her distracted driving is a problem. “I’m aware of it, but I need to do a better job of not doing it,” Dowling said. “Having the phone in my hand, whether it be for texting, talking, using navigation … more
The Jefferson County School District, along with its teachers’ union, would like to ensure all teachers are paid competitively, fairly and rewarded for years of service — which for many, included years of pay freezes during the … more
One of the highlights of this legislative session has been bipartisan cooperation across both the House and Senate to create and pass several good, strong jobs bills. Our state’s economy is strong and getting stronger every day. But I doubt … more
The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Jefferson and Gilpin Counties got started in 2001, and since then CASA volunteers have helped more than 2,500 children. “When I think about all the children we’ve helped — literally thousands … more
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