Keyword: Wheat Ridge
38 results total, viewing 1 - 10
It can be a bit nerve-wracking for parents to send their children out trick-or-treating when Halloween rolls around every year, with strangers around and visiting places they might not be familiar with. But more and more cities, libraries and … more
Starker has lived in the same house in Wheat Ridge since 1975. He began working carpentry in college, before starting his own construction company.He and his wife also built and own the West 29th Restaurant & Bar. He previously served on city … more
A Wheat Ridge native, Joe DeMott is the owner of Pietra’s Pizzeria. A WRHS graduate, class of 1990, DeMott was a founding member of the Wheat Ridge Chamber of Commerce. He has served as chair of the Carnation Festival, and on the city … more
Andrew Rasmussen has lived in Colorado for 18 years, the last two in Wheat Ridge. His is a licensed electrician, working with Namaste Solar. He holds a bachelor’s degree of science in civil engineering from Northwestern University. Contact: … more
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
Virginia Baranowski has lived in Wheat Ridge for seven years. She is an artist, who believes that she offers a unique perspective for city council. Contact: ruth@ruthbaranowski.com or 720-258-6445 Campaign website: ruthbaranowski.com Why … 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
Last week was one of highs and lows for RTD. On Wedneday, the state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) unanimously voted against allowing RTD to resume full testing of the long-delayed G Line commuter rail line. The next day however, RTD received … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.