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Time to turn the tassels

A school year that was anything but typical ended on a traditional note on last weekend as Colorado School of Mines held its commencement ceremonies. According to the school's website, Mines … more

Golden businesses welcome Level Clear

Jon Bortles had been looking forward to May 16 — and with good reason. The last year has challenged his restaurant, the iconic Woody’s Wood-Fired Pizza in downtown Golden, unlike any other in its … more

Jeffco’s summer school plan

After surviving what’s arguably been the strangest school year in modern history, this year’s summer learning options will be a bit different as well. Asked about the District’s plans for … more

Faith Christian seeking ‘ministerial exception’ from lawsuit

On May 11, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in the case of Tucker v. Faith Bible Chapel International, which concerns the 2018 termination of former Faith Christian Academy … more

We've come a long way together

He’s been following me for years. Waiting for me around every corner. I can’t get away from him. The truth is I don’t want to. Bob Dylan was born on May 24, 1941. That means … more

Council considering parking permits near Lubahn Trail

Anyone who has tried to park on the residential streets around the Lubahn Trail on South Table Mountain knows what a challenge it can be. But that situation could soon change if the Golden City … more

Colorado ends mask rule for many indoor spaces

After 10 months of living under a statewide mask order, Coloradans saw a major step toward ending the requirement to wear masks in public spaces announced by Gov. Jared Polis, who made a point of … more

As Denver metro counties move to 'level clear,' virus not done taking toll

The era of metro Denver residents talking about “the dial” might be over for good now that several metro counties have lifted local restrictions and moved to what they call “level clear,” … more

Kids eat free this summer in Jeffco

Summer break is almost here. For many Jeffco families, food insecurity can make it a stressful time.  This summer, free breakfast and lunch will be served at 16 Jeffco school locations to community … more

Old Dominion is hiring truck drivers

Old Dominion Freight is holding an in-person job fair at 5601 Holly St. in Commerce City Saturday, May 15. Dominion is hiring 10 truck drivers and numerous dock workers. Individuals with Class A CDL … more

Diaper donations for a good cause

Families struggling to keep enough diapers on hand to make sure their infants and toddlers stay dry and healthy just got closer to getting a bit of help from the state. SB21-027 Emergency Supplies … more

Bandimeres seeking zoning beyond raceway uses

The owners of Bandimere Speedway are looking to rezone the property to a more permissive zoning that would allow them to build, say, a grocery store, restaurants or even houses on the site. However, … more

Foothills Art Center proposing rear addition to Astor House

When the Astor House reopens to the public as an art space run by the Foothills Art Center, it will probably look, and be, significantly different. That’s because the planned updates to the … more

Jeffco teachers rally for equity, new contract

Cars honked, signs waved and a large banner was draped above a westbound stretch of I-70 as a boisterous group of Jeffco teachers and support staff rallied outside of the Jeffco Public Schools’ … more

Democrats introduce bill for transportation fees

Colorado Democrats formally rolled out their massive transportation fee-implementation and spending bill on May 4 with support from top business leaders and two Republicans, saying 2021 is the year … more

Evon named as a top graduate at Western Colorado University

A Lakewood man has been named as Western Colorado University’s extraordinary graduates of 2021. Thomas Evon is one of eight graduating seniors selected for the Alumni Award of Excellence. The award … more

Econ report shows Jeffco added jobs in 2020 despite pandemic

Given that the last 14 months have been dominated by a major pandemic that resulted in Colorado reaching the highest unemployment rate (14.4%) ever recorded in April 2020, one might naturally assume … more

A place for games

With all the time spent at home, 2020 has been a banner year for board and card games. But if you thought vaccination might mean it was time to leave the games at home in favor of other social … more

Jeffco schools struggle to stay open due to rising COVID counts

With the finish line so clearly in sight, Jeffco Public Schools officials are arguing for schools be able to finish the year, even if it means tolerating certain levels of COVID-19 spread. The last … more

A new moment for Golden’s old mill

With its large, inviting public spaces, varied food selection that feels tailor made for groups with diverse tastes and massive self-serve beer walls, the Golden Mill seems to largely be about … more
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