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Editor's note: This story initially appeared on the CFOIC blog, here. Can documents provided in response to a public records request be clawed back and their use restricted if they may have been disclosed by mistake? That question is central … more
WHEAT RIDGE — Nothing has come easy for Ralston Valley or Wheat Ridge softball programs this season. The Mustangs and Farmers both came into the non-league game Sept. 12 with sub-.500 records and seeking some momentum before starting conference … more
In November, Wheat Ridge residents will see a change in leadership under a new mayor, and could see a couple new faces on city council. In addition to the mayoral race between Joseph DeMott and William Starker, the big race to watch will be for … more
There was a lot to like about the 2017 Ridgefest, on Sept. 9. The free, all-ages event celebrated Wheat Ridge's history, and its present through diverse offerings like a classic car show, an artisan marketplace, craft beer and live Bluegrass … more
A novel by Boulder author Jenny Shank was chosen for this year’s Wheat Ridge Reads community reads program. ‘The Ringer’ tells of a Latino man who is shot and killed during a no-knock raid in Denver. The story is told from the point of view of … more
Elementary students receiving weekend food from the Arvada Community Food Bank will be able to prepare it and feed themselves when no adults are around thanks to changes being made to the program. Feeding the Future, the rebrand of the food banks … more
I am extremely concerned that the earth’s climate is changing fast. I can’t forget the melting ice caps, even as I sit on the balcony of my cabin on the Carnival Glory Cruise ship at 6 a.m. My cabin is starboard side, as we head north from … more
Summer break has officially come to an end, and students' moods heading back into the halls of Wheat Ridge High School on Thursday, Aug. 17 ran the gamut. Ivan Stanton, incoming freshman with a … more
A lot goes into making a school a positive place for students to be, but one that many may not think about is pride. “We’re always looking for opportunities to give out students a sense of pride in their school,” said Jeffrey Gomez, … more
About me I was born in Lakewood, and my family moved to Wheat Ridge in 1975. I was 15. My wife Meegan and I have been married for 15 years. We have three children and one granddaughter. Everybody still lives nearby in Jefferson County, so we … more
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