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Flowers and trees improve the natural beauty of landscape, but they can do even more than that. The tree seedlings for this year’s Jeffco 4-H Tree-mendous Sale are grown by the Colorado State Forest Service Nursery to promote conservation … more
Colorado's tourists aren't just buying weed now that it's legal — they're ending up in emergency rooms at rates far higher than residents, according to a new study. Doctors reviewed marijuana-related emergency-room admissions at “an urban … more
Sue Klebold doesn't break down in tears anymore when she learns about another mass shooting. The attacks have become too common in the 17 years since her own son killed 12 of his classmates and a teacher at Columbine High School in south Jefferson … more
Nestlé Purina, the international pet products manufacturer with a well-known Denver plant, donated $10,000 to Family Tree on Feb. 5 to support the organization’s efforts to combat child abuse and neglect, domestic violence and … more
Eight of 11 cars stolen from McManus Motors last week have been recovered, including a Mercedes, Jaguar, and BMW. Maureen Harper with the city said that many of those cars were found in Arvada. However, the following three cars have not been … more
RTD and its contractor, Denver Transit Partners (DTP), have begun to test commuter rail trains along the Northwest (B) Line to Westminster and Gold (G) Line through Arvada and Wheat Ridge. “The public is asked to remain patient during this … more
Caucuses will take place March 1 at various locations. Sign-in begins at 6:15 p.m. and the caucus begins promptly at 7 p.m. To find locations in Jefferson County, visit www.jeffcodems.org for Democrats or www.jeffcorepublicans.com for … more
Marijuana has attracted many labels in its time. Colorado lawmakers have begun debating whether the state should give the drug one more often associated with purple carrots than purple haze — certified organic. Colorado has started work on … more
Colorado is the only state in the nation that outlaws the use of rain barrels to collect water off of our roofs to use in our gardens. In a state where people are dedicated to conserving natural … more
The city of Wheat Ridge is fighting a developer’s lawsuit by arguing that the city is able to set its own tax incentive rules and requirements, even if one of those requirements might turn out to be unconstitutional. In November, voters … more
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