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The Jeffco Public Health is working with state health officials to monitor an increase in pediatric patients with severe respiratory illness and increase asthma symptoms due to Enterovirus 68 (EV-D68). There are no vaccines to prevent EV-D68 … more
The Jefferson County Democratic Latino Initiative (JDLI) is hosting the Inaugural Latino Legacy Celebration, on Friday, September 19th, 2014 to recognize valuable contributions by Latinos within the community. The event will be at the Denver … more
The Action Center runs on volunteers. The organization, which provides resources for those on the path to self-sufficiency, relies on more than 60 volunteers to run everything from the food pantry and clothing bank to day-to-day interactions with … more
County Commissioner Faye Griffin has been one of Jefferson County’s most enduring employees with almost 40 years of service. She has held several leadership roles such as clerk and recorder, county treasurer and county commissioner. While … more
Colorado’s congressional delegation offered various responses to President Barack Obama’s prime time address on Sept. 10, where he laid out a plan to defeat Islamic terrorists. It’s an issue that had already been playing out in the … more
Running for the first time as Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder Michael Snow is outspoken about his defense for the right to vote in fair and honest elections. As a board member of the Colorado Common Cause for the last five years, a nonprofit … more
The Lutheran Medical Center works hard year-round to find ways to provide health outreach to the community with preventive and wellness care, and the hospital will be offering free men's health screenings to test for some of the top disease that … more
An Arvada woman who attempted to travel to the Middle East to aid a terrorist group pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge in Denver federal court. Shannon Conley, 19, was arrested in April at Denver International Airport, after she attempted to … more
Less than two months away from the November elections, candidates are appearing at numerous public events to shake hands with voters. Homeowners associations and groups, along with politically active nonpartisan organizations are coming together … more
Education is for life. For State Board of Education candidate, Jane Goff, the statement is decidedly true. “I'm born, raised and educated here in Colorado,” she said, “This is my passion, education, and I've spent my life dedicated to … more
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