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The students in Wheat Ridge High School's STEM program are working to finish their hydrogen fuel cell car and worked through several Saturdays laying down the carbon fiber for the body's mold. Here … more
All of Golden’s microbreweries — yes, all five of them — have come together for the first time to create a special brew that will be released to the public in March. Golden’s expert brewers will be participating during Colorado Craft Beer … more
The Golden Police Department had a lot to celebrate at its annual awards ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 11. More than 15 awards were given to 25 of the department’s officers and supporting staff for their dedication, assistance and hard work in … more
It’s been seven months since Megan’s Place first opened. The respite care center for children with physical disabilities is growing remarkably. Owners Bryan and Kristin Smock announced at the end of January that the center now accepts the … more
Residents of Applewood were informed on Friday, Feb. 6 about a housing development proposed by Molson-Coors on the Applewood Golf Course. A full application for the mixed-use development, which would include 454 homes and duplexes, has not been … more
Pierce Street is the only non-arterial street in Wheat Ridge that goes all the way through the city, from north to south. This makes it an ideal street for bicycle traffic, but for many years, riding the street wasn’t the safest … more
The Wheat Ridge City Council approved a resolution that will allow for tax increment financing for a redevelopment project on 38th and Wadsworth. Given the strain TIFs place on city resources however, the council is requesting the developers of the … more
Thanks to the support of the community and the dedication of volunteers, the Golden Backpack program is continuing to be a valuable asset for the city. Based on numbers received from the program’s February update, more than 350,000 kids in the … more
The state Legislature moved closer Feb. 12 to a partisan showdown over granting driver's licenses to immigrants in the country illegally. The GOP Senate gave preliminary approval last week to a bill blocking funds for the state agency that … more
A high school student who was the victim of repeated bullying on social media looked on from her wheelchair Feb. 13 as the Colorado House advanced legislation that would create new criminal penalties for online harassment. The sponsor of House … more
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