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Wheat Ridge mayor highlights mental health awareness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Wheat Ridge Mayor Bud Starker highlighted efforts to improve access for residents.  more

Golden implementing seasonal $100 parking tickets for 10th Street

Golden is increasing parking tickets from $30 to $100 along 10th Street. The increased violation fees begin June 15 and will last through the Labor Day weekend. more

Army's top female general visits her alma mater in Northglenn

General Laura Richardson visited Northglenn High School on April 27 to pitch students that the army is a good path forward. Richardson, a familiar face as a former Norsemen, is the Army’s … more

Rock-throwing homicide suspects' affidavits paint grim portrait of April 19 events

Arrest affidavits in the rock-throwing death of Alexa Bartell suggest that the suspects have a history of throwing projectiles at cars, photographed Bartell's car after throwing a fatal rock through her windshield, and discussed plans to deny involvement in the crime. more

Property taxes to spike for homeowners, Denver metro counties warn

In just a week, homeowners across the Denver metro area will be staring at numbers that may come as a shock: Their property values may have jumped by up to 45% — or even higher for some areas. more

Locals fear Kroger-Albertsons merger will hurt jobs, decrease consumer choices

If Safeway and King Soopers’ parent companies merge, Golden’s Safeway could close, leaving those who rely on it adrift. “It’s going to get worse,” said Tom Olson, a seven-year employee at Golden’s Safeway. “ … When you take away competition, prices go up, and you lose jobs and opportunities.” more

Colorado Community Media staff wins 8 awards in annual Top of the Rockies contest

Colorado Community Media staff netted eight awards during the annual Top of the Rockies contest hosted by the Society for Professional Journalists, or SPJ, in downtown Denver on April 22. With 24 … more

Mines football showcases up-and-coming talent at spring game

On April 22, more than 200 fans braved the snowy stands and the chilly weather to watch the Colorado School of Mines football team’s annual spring game. Thanks to a unique scoring system, the defense won 53-24 over the offense during the team’s intrasquad scrimmage. more

Police offering up to $17,000 for info in Alexa Bartell murder

On April 22, the Jeffco Sheriff announced a $17,000 award for information in the murder of a 20-year-old Arvada woman. more

Golden Community Garden members kick off season on Earth Day

While the April 22 snowstorm might’ve canceled some Earth Day events along the Front Range, it didn't stop Golden Community Garden members from kicking off their 2023 season. more

Golden, Mines will exchange parking lots during busy seasons

In the battle to provide ample downtown parking during the summertime, Golden has added a 200-space parking lot to its arsenal. more

Bandimere Speedway to close in October

The roar of drag-race engines will go silent in Morrison in October when Bandimere Speedway closes for good, in part because drag racing and residential development aren’t always a good mix. more

Brandon Moore resigns as Mines football's head coach

Brandon Moore has resigned as Colorado School of Mines' head football coach to accept the head coaching job at the University of San Diego. Offensive coordinator Pete Sterbick has been named interim head coach. more

In the aftermath: Communication is key when talking to children about recent mass shootings

Sandy Austin, founder and executive director of B.I.O.N.I.C. (Believe it or not, I care), an outreach group dedicated to changing the atmosphere in schools by creating a climate where peers look out for each other, has counseled students through every type of tragedy imaginable. more

Friends remember Marv Kay’s dedication to Golden, Mines communities

Anyone who met Marv Kay has a story — of his kindness and generosity, his passion and dedication, his humor and sharp wit. As his former players Joe McConnell and Brian Glade said: “There’s only one Marv Kay, and he was unmatched.” Kay, an icon of Golden and Colorado School of Mines, died April 19 at age 84. more

Semi-pro ultimate disc team now based in Golden

The Colorado Summit, the state’s semi-professional ultimate disc team, has punched its Golden ticket. The team will play this season’s six home games at Colorado School of Mines’ Marv Kay Stadium. more

Colorado to receive $31 million settlement from Juul

Colorado is expected to receive $31.7 million from ​​electronic cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs in a multistate settlement over claims the company used deceptive marketing tactics and promoted … more

Jury convicts man for threatening secretary of state

A Denver jury has convicted a 52-year-old man of retaliating against an elected official for threatening Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold in a phone call to the Democrat’s office. Kirk … more

Colorado’s maternal death rate is rising

About a quarter of Colorado pregnant women on Medicaid insurance do not go to a doctor’s appointment during the first trimester, a statistic that likely contributes to the state’s rising maternal … more

Suncor released sulfur dioxide spikes, state says

The Suncor refinery in Commerce City sent potentially dangerous spikes of sulfur dioxide into the surrounding neighborhood early April 12 after an equipment failure, though the state health … more
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