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Re-8 on a delayed start Jan. 6

RE-8 schools will open one hour late Jan. 6 because of predictions of blowing snow and cold temperatures. RE-8 Superintendent Alan Kaylor posted the information to the district's web page. more

Adams 12 to open late Jan. 6

Adams 12 Schools will open two hours late Jan. 6 because anticipated bad weather -- namely snow and cold temperatures. "School will start two hours after normal time at every level, and morning … more

27J to open late Jan. 6

The 27J School District will open two hours late Jan. 6 because of the cold, snowy weather and the potential for poor road conditions. "This means buses will run two hours later than normal, and … more

Adams 14 cancels classes for Jan. 6

Adams 14 School District canceled classes and extracurricular activities for Jan. 6. The culprit is a fast-moving snowstorm and high wind-chill values. Road conditions are expected to be poor, the … more

Golden group raises flag on mining project

A small group of Golden residents hopes to raise awareness and spotlight Denver Brick Company's plans to expand its existing state land trust lease by nearly tenfold. They say many in the community … more

Jeffco school Board receives update on Social, Emotional, Behavioral Screener

Fall 2021 saw Jeffco Schools take a systemic approach to the implementation of a Social, Emotional, Behavioral (SEB) Screener for the first time. more

Improve Wadsworth underway in Wheat Ridge

The holidays spelled a few changes for Improve Wadsworth.  Here’s what to know if you’re in the area.  more

Playhouse closes Meyer Hardware deal

On Dec. 20, the Miners Alley Playhouse closed a $4.95 million deal to acquire the former Meyer Hardware building, bringing Golden closer to having its very own performing arts center. more

Interested in running for office in 2022?

The 2022 election is 10 months away, and a wave of candidates are filing paperwork to run in Colorado’s newly reconfigured congressional and legislative districts. But jumping into a race doesn’t … more

Golden businesses rally for fire victims

Golden businesses owners are mobilizing on Friday, Jan. 7, to raise money for neighboring communities that suffered losses in the recent Marshall Fire. more

Going against the grain, gluten-free brewery nabs national industry award

When Golden resident Karen Hertz opened a beer brewery in early 2016, she was simply out to make a great-tasting 100% gluten-free glass of suds for herself, as well as others with similar dietary … more

Colo. children not yet impacted by omicron

Doctors nationwide say that while children have been the least impacted in contracting COVID-19, it does not mean they are immune, and with a third variant hitting the streets of Colorado cases will … more

CCM: 2021 in photos

It was quite a year for the communities across the Denver Metro area. There were trials and tribulations. Welcome signs of life amid a pandemic, along with poltical ire for how it has been … more

Lakewood victims of shooting rampage remembered

It was a brisk 30 degrees outside on the evening of Dec. 29. Despite the chill, a steady stream of people came to Lucky 13 Tattoo in Lakewood. Some came to mourn the loss of a friend. Others, to pay respects to a man they didn’t know personally. more

Denver Zoo, state partner to boost toad numbers

The Denver Zoo and Colorado Parks and Wildlife have teamed up to help save the boreal toad, which is a state-listed endangered species. On Nov. 10, conservation and amphibian experts with the Denver … more

Tri-County Health extends school mask order; metro Denver mandates continue

Facing what could be a dramatically steep surge in new cases of COVID-19 in Colorado amid the spread of the omicron variant, several metro Denver counties announced they would continue their local … more

City of Golden offers free Christmas tree recycling

Instead of tossing your Christmas tree, give it a second life as garden mulch through the City of Golden Forestry Division’s free Christmas tree recycling program, running now through Jan. 24. more

New developments in Aguilera-Mederos case

Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, 26, sentenced to 110 years in prison for a deadly I-70 crash that took the lives of four people, will receive a resentencing hearing on Jan. 13. more

GiGi’s Playhouse receives financial awards

Nonprofit Down syndrome achievement center, GiGi’s Playhouse, has received two new grants to expand its program development.  The Daniels Fund has granted $38,000, and the Buell Foundation awarded $15,000 to help the Playhouse offer individuals with Down syndrome free educational, therapeutic and career development programs from prenatal diagnosis through adulthood. more

Jeffco Schools report on fall test results

During the Dec. 15 Jeffco Schools Board of Education study session, results of district test scores for the fall semester were presented to the board by District staff. Acadience, MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) and Social, Emotional and Behavioral (SEB) Screener results were discussed. more
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