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A Highlands Ranch woman is asking for the community's help in locating her husband, Steven Beare, an officer with the Littleton Police Department who went missing while climbing in Russia. more
To visit the Morse Park Neighborhood is to take a step back into Lakewood’s history. The homes in the area, south of West 26th Avenue and north of Colfax, between Kipling and Wadsworth, are smaller and practically burrow into the heavily treed … more
For two weeks, there’s been a lot of cheering at Magic Mountain. “I’m very interested in bringing archaeology to the public,” said Dr. Michele Koons, curator of archaeology at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. “And it’s exciting … more
Finding a balance that meets the needs of Colorado School of Mines as it grows as a modern campus, yet preserving the distinct historic character of surrounding neighborhoods is not a new issue to the City of Golden. But the historic neighborhood … more
Mike Pondell is number 59. The red number counter above the Wheat Ridge Building Permit Department desk has been stuck at 58 for more than an hour after a credit card machine broke down and brought the line to a halt. Pondell arrived at Wheat … more
June is Colorado Bike Month, and 12,700 people are expected to participate in the annual Bike to Work Day on June 28. A number of sponsors in Jefferson County are offering stations for cyclist commuters to stop in for breakfast, water breaks or … more
Opioid misuse is at an all-time high and doctors are part of the problem — and, hopefully, the solution. That’s according to those participating in a new program in Colorado aimed at stopping opioid abuse. “Medicine as a whole is … more
For more than 100 years, families from all over Jefferson County have been serviced by Olinger Woods Chapel in historic downtown Golden for their mortuary needs. But on June 30, the funeral home located at 1100 Washington Ave. will close its … more
Twelve individuals and groups were awarded a Wayne Carle Award for Outstanding Contributions to Diversity and Inclusion in Jefferson County Public Schools and recognized at the Board of Education meeting Thursday, June 1. The award’s namesake, … more
The 2017 Ridge at 38 Criteriumbike race and Brewfest enjoyed mild weather on Sunday, June 11. A section of 28th Avenue was closed off, between Teller and Reed Street, as bicyclists of all ages and skill levels spun around a fast 1.15 mile course … more
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