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Dr. Donald Sweeting is well aware he has big shoes to fill as the new president of Colorado Christian University. Following the retirement and death of the university’s former president, Bill Armstrong, in 2016, CCU worked for months to find … more
From space to water and everything in between, about 50 girls worked throughout February on their innovative projects for the Girls in STEM competition. The judging took place Feb. 22 at the Golden Library, and the winner will be announced during … more
Before heading to the Little Elementary father-daughter dance on Feb. 24, Chris Woodruff took his daughter out to a special dinner. “It's not many times in your life you can have a date with your daughter,” Woodruff said while taking a break … more
When Bernie, the mascot for the Colorado Avalanche, walked into the gymnasium at the Gold Crown Field House on a recent morning, students athletes in the Jeffco Schools adaptive athletics program got excited. High fives, hugs and fist bumps … more
Traveling to less fortunate parts of the world to help people is an important goal for many of the students at Colorado Christian University. And thanks to the school’s newly approved industrial engineering Bachelor of Science program, students … more
The Jefferson County Board of Education is in negotiations with the Jefferson County Educators Association and the Jeffco Education Support Professionals Association to increase salaries. Increasing compensation for teachers and staff has been at … more
Because of the increasing difficulty of finding student parking at Colorado School of Mines, the university is in the preliminary planning phase of building a new, multi-level parking structure on campus. “We want them to be able to come to one … more
In Jefferson County, the percentage of students performing in the high and high-average ranges in math has increased in all grade levels except for fourth grade, according to recent data released by Jeffco Public Schools. Fourth-grade math scores … more
There’s no proof that heterodonts ate meat, said Erin LaCount during her fifth Everything Dinosaurs talks on Feb. 17, at Dinosaur Ridge. However, they could have been omnivorous because they did have sharp canine teeth. But it’s more likely … more
Sixth graders in Arvada and Wheat Ridge articulation areas will stay at elementary school in the fall — following Jeffco Board of Education’s original plan. At the Feb. 9 board of education meeting, Superintendent Dan McMinimee recommended … more
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