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Invasive mussels haven’t been found in Colorado’s lakes and reservoirs

Zebra and quagga mussels do not yet exist in Colorado’s lakes and reservoirs, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife leaders are working hard to keep it that way. They’re stepping up enforcement efforts … more

Colorado gasoline prices among nation’s lowest

The third week of May was a brutal one for the U.S. economy, especially for those with money to invest. In Colorado, the economic news seemed a little more upbeat. The state’s unemployment rate … 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

Foothills Fire's fluffy food fundraiser fundamental for firefighting finances

While the Front Range has gotten a reprieve recently, the long-term drought has made the fire season longer and more dangerous. Residents can do their part to help a Golden-area department by eating pancakes. more

College students are Over the Dusty Moon for CSM competition

The technology college students showcased in a Colorado School of Mines parking lot June 2-3 could one day be on the moon. more

BizBeat: Foothills Art Center breaks ground on Astor House gallery space

Golden’s historic Astor House will be vacant no more. more

Former Golden fire chief arrested in California

The Golden's former fire chief, Alicia Welch, has been placed on administrative leave from her California fire department after she was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence. more

Pollinator districts could help pollen-carrying animals

Governor Jared Polis signed bill SB22-199 on May 27 at the Butterfly Pavilion that would require a study on the challenges associated with native pollinating populations. The study would be … more

Denver doughs: 2 young pastry chefs create out-of-this-world culinary experience

Space dinosaurs. Project 626. Murder by the Campfire.   This is not a list of the internet’s latest conspiracy theories, but rather the creations of Black Box Bakery, a space-themed … more

Modular homes factory could help state housing crisis

On a baked patch of clay next to a growing hospital, a group of investors plans to ease the Western Slope’s housing crisis with a $45 million automated factory that could turn out 100 … more

Is slamming Denver a winning message for GOP in 2022?

“A toilet bowl.” “A city that no one wants to come to.” “There’s nobody out there that says Denver’s great anymore.” Those were three takes on the Mile High City last month from three … more

New coworking space, Golden brewery among Chamber award winners

Executive director Nola Krajewski described how the Golden Chamber of Commerce redid a few of its award categories, so the Budding Business of the Year and The Golden Standard Award were new this year. more

Golden remembers 'those who made the ultimate sacrifice' at annual ceremony

In the 25 years Brian Campbell has visited Golden Cemetery for Memorial Day, the number of large American flags surrounding the cemetery has doubled. more

Golden City Briefs

--Public meetings scheduled for city manager finalists; --City considering lowering residential street speed limits to 20 mph; --Council against 20-year vesting for CoorsTek development; and --Golden Terrace residents feel overlooked in city’s residential zoning code updates more

Jeffco News Briefs: changes in COVID protocols and a large land sale

Amid rising case counts and positivity rates, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has moved Jefferson County from COVID-19 Community Level Low, to Community Level Medium.  more

Parents ask RE-8 board to keep FLHS football program

The Weld Re-8 school board heard pleas to keep the Fort Lupton High School football program May 26. They … more

Farm-fresh fare: Where to find farmers markets across the metro area

Over the coming weeks, over a dozen farmers markets will be open across the Denver metro area, bringing with them a bounty of offerings such as farm-fresh produce, handcrafted soaps and even ... giant snakes?  more

When under Stage 1 fire restrictions, firework sales are banned in unincorporated Jeffco

As long as Jeffco’s Stage 1 restrictions are in effect, all firework sales in unincorporated Jeffco will be prohibited too. more

Attorney general, Golden High School host roundtable on student mental health

“In high school, it’s very easy to feel misunderstood,” junior Soli Ficco told dozens of Golden High School students and faculty, elected officials and members of the press on May 24. “ … It’s so valuable to know that you’re not alone.” more

Colorado identifies 5 cases of a mystery hepatitis in children

Colorado has reported its first cases of severe hepatitis of unknown cause in kids, adding to a growing number of cases nationally being investigated by the Centers for Disease Control and … more
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