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As Gian Pieroni and Pablo Espadero made plans to open an herbal shop in Littleton recently, it briefly looked as if they would not be able to sell one of their main products. That’s because the Drug Enforcement Administration announced plans to … more
In what Dick Over has tagged the “I Love Me Room” at his home on Lookout Mountain, plaques, recognition certificates and medals take up every inch of the four walls. Scattered among them is other ski and war memorabilia, such as maps and … more
For years while working retail, Barbara Penning would find herself in a new city during the holidays. “When that happened, I’d try to think of ways I could celebrate the season differently,” she remembered. “I’d do things like go to a … more
The focus was on former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at a Morgan Carroll campaign rally in Highlands Ranch the night of Nov. 5. Three days before the general election, Sanders implored the crowd to not only vote for Carroll — who is … more
With a slight increase of expenditures and revenues compared to 2016, the county’s balanced budget of $541.3 million proposed for 2017 is “sound and responsible,” said Daniel Conway, the county’s budget manager. A public hearing on the … more
Years ago, Jefferson County librarian Alison McCombe remembers a young boy — who was about 9 at the time — coming into the Golden Library for tutoring. “He was so embarrassed that his grandmother would bring him to the library for help,” … more
In its 13th annual business appreciation awards ceremony, the city of Wheat Ridge bestowed restaurants Li'l Nick's and West 29th Restaurant and Bar the distinction of being named the city's Businesses of the Year for 2016. The community members … more
cross-country, senior, Standley Lake: Smith won the boys Class 4A, Region 3 individual cross-country title on Oct. 20 at Cherry Creek State Park with a time of 19:43.  , football, senior, D’Evelyn: Klataske put up impressive numbers in a … more
One of the most common questions regarding Jeffco Schools 3A and 3B is why we want to change to a K-5, 6-8 configuration. The answer is that when we talked with the community this spring in a series of community forums, telephone town halls, and an … more
As former Jefferson County school board members we know that students and staff deserve to work and learn in safe, updated facilities. We also know that there are over $800 million in facility deficiencies. But the hidden costs of proposals 3A and … more
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