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Ali Lasell, an Adams 12 teacher, will run for the Jeffco Schools Board of Education seat being vacated by Jill Fellman, who has decided not to run again. “I never imagined that I would run for the board of education. I mean I could teach for … more
In 2013, gravel mining on 500 acres of west Arvada’s Pioneer gravel site ended, prompting the reclamation of the land, addition of a second reservoir and study of its future uses. The Pioneer gravel mining location is part of a larger 1,700-acre … more
The life sentence delivered by a divided jury to Aurora theater shooter James Holmes averts an uncertain path to execution in a state that has put only one person to death since 1967. But the murder of 12 theatergoers three years ago was so … more
Fifteen empty red flyer wagons stood outside the Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder’s office after Jeffco United for Action organizers Wendy McCord and Tina Gurdikian dropped off 28 boxes of petitions supporting the recall of the Jeffco school … more
Commuters on Wadsworth Boulevard have a respite from construction on the well-traveled thoroughfare as the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) finished the first phase of the street-widening project. Construction will begin again about … more
The Army National Guard is working with the City of Lakewood, Army Corps of Engineers, Environmental Protection Agency and other partners to clean up leftover World War II munitions left in Green Mountain’s William F. Hayden Park. So far, nine … more
Helping people knows no age restriction, as volunteers of all ages proved at Greenridge Place memory care center on July 28. Residents and family members, staff and volunteers gathered at the Westminster center, 7700 W. 101st Ave., to tie-dye … more
Northglenn’s Victim Assistance Law Enforcement (VALE) Board is accepting grant applications for its 2016 funds, and residents have until 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 28, to submit requests. “The program was started because the city saw a need for … more
Whether for investigations conducted by law enforcement agencies or for media purposes at large-event venues, organizations consistently say drones can be a valuable tool. “It’s going places where photographers aren’t allowed—including … more
The end of the 2013-2014 school year saw 710 of Jefferson County Schools’ 4,830 teachers leave their jobs — the highest teacher turnover rate in an eight-year period and a 5.4 percentage-point increase since the 2010-2011 school year. The … more
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