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Four Seasons Farmers & Artisans Market in Wheat Ridge has moved — outdoors, that is. The market has partnered with Ridge at 38 and Localworks to enlarge its summer outdoor market as a regional Saturday destination on West 38th Avenue, with … more
When Allison MacDonald was a student at Everitt Middle School, one of the teachers that made the biggest impact on her life was Alice Mahlum, who taught language arts at the school for 28 years. Years later, when MacDonald started working at the … more
When junior Gabriella Cordova was driving Wheat Ridge High School’s prototype hydrogen fuel cell car in the Shell Eco-Marathon, she was only able to focus on her driving. “I was working with my teammates on the turns,” she said. “I knew … more
RTD reported May 3 that G Line testing will begin again. A news release by RTD states they have made significant progress on the at-grade crossing systems along the University of Colorado A Line and therefore will begin testing on the G Line for … more
Wheat Ridge is officially 2E ready. At the most recent business meeting of the Wheat Ridge City Council, city officials signed a bond agreement to begin several infrastructure projects around the city, following voters' approval of 2E in … more
In Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Teachers, Wheat Ridge resident and elementary school teacher Cathy Kopp turns a classroom tragedy into a moving memorial to the resilience of the human spirit. Kopp’s story, “A Shooting Star,” … more
Lucky’s Market, a Boulder-based natural foods grocer, will anchor a redevelopment project on the southwest corner of Wadsworth Blvd. and 38th Avenue next year. The project, named “The Corners at Wheat Ridge” is slated to open spring … more
On the day before the 18-year anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, Jefferson County Public Schools dedicated a training facility where law enforcement agencies and other first responders can prepare for active shooter situations, learn … more
“Go fly a kite” might usually sound like an insult, but for anyone interested in the Wheat Ridge Kite Flight Festival on April 29, it’s an invitation to fun. This year’s festival will be held 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Anderson Park, 44th and … more
On Saturday, April 8, 2017 Wheat Ridge Mayor Joyce Jay will blow the whistle at 10 a.m. sharp to signal the start of the annual hunt at Panorama Park for more than 5,000 colorful Easter eggs filled … more
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