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Valerie Nosler attended Martensen Elementary as a child, but moved back to Wheat Ridge three years ago. She works with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs as an outreach manager. She previously worked as a communications manager for the … more
Leah Dozeman is a seventh-generation Coloradan, and a lifelong resident of Wheat Ridge. She is the program director for a martial arts studio, and has served as the executive secretary and parade chair for the Carnation Festival. She graduated … more
Zachary Urban has been a Wheat Ridge resident for 15 years. A self-employed management and communications consultant, he was elected to city council in 2013 and is seeking reelection. He holds a bachelors of arts from Colorado State … more
A fourth generation Coloradan, Rachel Hultin has lived in Wheat Ridge for six years. She worked as a Realtor for 18 years, but more recently has worked with Bicycle Colorado doing community programming and safety initiatives. She studied … more
Paul Haseman has spent 14 years in Colorado, and the last five in Golden. He is a West Point graduate and Vietnam War veteran. A retired Lt. Colonel in the Army Corps of Engineers, he recently retired as an aerospace attorney from a Fortune 500 … more
With temperatures dropping and snow in the forecast, the Severe Weather Shelter Network is now in season as of Oct. 1. The Severe Weather Shelter Network is a Christian nonprofit working to make sure Jefferson County’s homeless are kept warm on … more
Jefferson County is forward-thinking. And that includes the county’s budgeting. “We’re always looking to the future,” said Mary O’Neil, director of budget and risk management. Although there are some needs that can’t be addressed … more
The Jefferson Political Action Taskforce has drafted a bill called the American Anti-Corruption Act, and citizen groups are working to get it passed. The bill is intended to redefine the meaning of corruption and end the “pay for play” system … more
Bring your apples and a clean jug, then watch as the Wheat Ridge Historical Society’s authentic cider press works its magic. In addition to leaving with freshly made cider, Apple Cider Day guests may enjoy craft demonstrations and buy lunch … more
Brenda Shepard stood in the gymnasium at The Rising Church in Olde Town Arvada. She was freshly showered, had a warm cup of coffee and folded clothes she recently picked out of the church’s racks, available to area homeless people and those living … more
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