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The Jefferson County Commissioners entered into a contract with the Rolling R Ranch Company, LLC, to add additional slash collection and processing sites for mountain residents. The added sites will be open in different locations between August and … more
The Jefferson County District Attorney’s office has vendor space available for their Annual Community Safety Fair on Saturday, Aug. 23. The event is 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 W. Sixth Ave. in Golden. Businesses … more
Jeffco Public Trustee Margaret T. Chapman stated that homeowners in foreclosure may have money waiting for them at the trustee’s office. If the home sold for more than the amount owed to the lender, the homeowner is due the excess proceeds. … more
A recent phone poll indicates Wheat Ridge residents were generally supportive of a sales tax increase to help fund various city improvement projects. City Council discussed the results at a special study session Wednesday June 25. The city has … more
Family Tree does good work all over Jefferson County helping homeless families along the pathway to self-sufficiency and it is able to do this in large part due to funding from the Daniels Fund program. Recently Family Tree announced that it has … more
Around 3,000 cyclists took to the road for a two-day bike ride in support of finding a cure for multiple sclerosis last weekend. Organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Newmont Bike MS, which started and ended in Westminster, is … more
If the state Senate switches to Republican control next year, Jefferson County will have played an instrumental role. But whether Republican voters on June 24 helped or hindered their party’s chances of winning two key state Senate races in the … more
Daniel McMinimee walked in the doors of the Jefferson County Public Schools district office on July 1, taking over the superintendent's post that had been held by Cindy Stevenson. more
The American Cancer Society recently celebrated those fighting the good fight against the deadly disease with its annual Relay for Life event, an event that wouldn’t be possible without the assistance of local King Soopers. According to … more
Colorado’s first mandatory reporting bill for elder abuse took effect on July 1. The new bill requires any person who witnesses or suspects elder abuse in adults 70 or older to make a report to a local law enforcement agency. Until now, … more
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