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About 40years ago, Olde Town Arvada had a few staple businesses, such as the Army Navy Surplus store and Rheinlander Bakery. But many storefronts in the city’s historic heart stood empty or showcased antiques, attracting few to wander its … more
A majority of children returning to Jefferson County schools this week will be heading into buildings that have at least some water outlets testing higher for lead than the federal guidelines for water quality. To date, Jefferson County School … more
It’s been a long and surprisingly difficult fight, but on Aug. 10 my new law legalizing rain barrels in Colorado officially took effect. The new law makes Colorado the last of the 50 states to allow citizens to collect and store the rainwater … more
The parents of a Colorado man reported killed fighting against the Islamic State group says their son joined Kurdish forces to “fight the evil that is ISIS.” Jordan MacTaggart, 22, was believed to be killed on Aug. 3 while fighting in a squad … more
Jefferson County voters will be asked to approve a $568 million bond and mill levy package to repair the school district’s aging schools, build new ones, hire new mental health staff and update technology and other school operations. “We have … more
With the additions of a Swiss-based airplane company, a convenience store and a fast-food restaurant, the Jefferson County-owned and -operated municipal airport is continuing to live up to expectations as a positive economic force in the community, … more
The crowd of 2,000 that packed into the Adams City High School gym and overflowed into a second nearby viewing area was ample enough for Hillary Clinton to speculate she’d need to start considering bigger venues for future visits. But, Clinton … more
There will be so much to experience on the three blocks that make up the Golden Fine Arts Festival that it will be like a living slide show of amazing art. That's what jewelry designer Rocky Stiers thinks. “Everyone brings their A-game,” … more
Mike Sexton created a Facebook group called “Honor the Fallen” early last week. On it he invited people to Fort Logan National Cemetery on Sunday to decorate the graves of Muslim-Americans who served in the military. He only expected him and … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has become the first House Republican to expressly distance himself from Donald Trump in a campaign ad. Coffman — who is seeking a fifth term representing the 6th Congressional District — faces a competitive … more
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