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House fire in Marshdale extinguished

A home in Marshdale that burned on Dec. 8 was still smoldering the next morning, and Evergreen Fire/Rescue crews remained on scene to monitor the situation. Department spokeswoman Stacee Martin said residents would see and smell smoke for several days, but they didn’t need worry. more

Faith Christian High School closing due to multi-million dollar debt

Faith Christian High School in Arvada will be closing at the end of the 2022-2023 school year due to mounting debt, Faith Christian Superintendent Andrew Hasz and Pastor Jason King announced in a video message to families. more

Man taken into custody in connection with 6 burglaries

A Littleton man has been taken into custody on suspicion of committing six burglaries — three in Kittredge on Dec. 2 and three in Evergreen on Nov. 2. more

Respiratory viruses raise concern for children across Denver metro area

Mom Brianne Price knew respiratory illnesses could be a concern because her baby was born prematurely. Then her other child, her 4-year-old boy, came home with a cough. Soon after, Price was calling a nurse help line. more

Orediggers triumphant: Mines XC wins national title; football team advances to semifinals

Over the Dec. 2-4 weekend, Colorado School of Mines men's cross country team won the NCAA Division II national championship; the women's team placed third; and the football program advanced to the NCAA semifinals. more

Golden adopts 5-year Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion action plan

Over the next five years, Golden will take definitive, tangible steps toward making both the city organization and the whole community more welcoming and inclusive. more

Orediggers take down Gators, Tigers in back-to-back home duals

After serving as a TA for a laser physics class and doing a few hours of research for his doctorate program in quantum physics, Jack Damenti headed to Volk Gym to make weight and compete in two 165-pound matches for the Colorado School of Mines wrestling team. more

Olde Golden Candlelight Walk brightens spirits, warms hearts

Downtown Golden took on a festive glow as more than 6,000 people — and dogs — gathered downtown for the annual Olde Golden Candlelight Walk. more

How Bazaar: Vendors share holiday spirit at Golden High School PTA fundraiser

Whether looking for jewelry, clothing, condiments, glassware, home décor, books, toys or something else, vendors at Golden High School were selling thousands of possible holiday gifts. more

Denver woman killed in I-70 crash near Golden

Officials have confirmed a 53-year-old Denver woman died in the Dec. 5 accident that closed Interstate 70 at C-470 for three hours. more

Welchester Elementary School receives statewide award for improvement

Welchester Elementary School has received Gov. Jared Polis' Bright Spot Award for improvement in student achievement since 2019. more

Fort Lupton urges residents to lock cars, skip the warm-up

With the recent cooler weather,  the city of Fort Lupton has seen an increase in thefts of and from "puffing vehicles" and other unlocked motor vehicle thefts, as well as vehicle trespassing … more

DA: more teenagers charged in Lakewood RTD light rail assaults

A total of 13 teenagers are facing -- or expected to face -- assault charges in two alleged beatings in recent weeks on light rail trains in Lakewood. more

Guanella Pass closes for the season

Clear Creek County announced on Nov. 28 the closure of Guanella Pass Scenic Byway for the winter season.  more

Three in custody, police recover one handgun at Prairie View High School

Brighton police and 27J School District officials said a Dec. 1 lockdown at Prairie View High School may have started with an altercation off campus. Police eventually arrested three juveniles and … more

Jeffco Public Schools changes start and end times for next school year

The stereotype of the tired teenager trudging to school and falling asleep in class is no myth. As kids reach puberty, they naturally stay awake later, and become sleep deprived as school start times generally stay the same.  more

Collectable holiday ornament from 'Colorado's home' now available

The Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund’s 2022 holiday ornament is now available. The 14th in the collectable holiday ornament series, the 2022 ornament is inspired by the 1914 … more

High school seniors reflect on life lessons from athletic careers

For high school seniors a few months from graduation, athletics have helped them prepare for the ups and downs, and the responsibilities of adult life. more

Merry and Bright at the Arvada Center

No one wants to spend their holiday season arguing over entertainment. So, if you’re looking for a classic musical that’s sure to please the whole family this holiday season, check out the Arvada Center’s newly imagined production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast!” more
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