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Valerie Franklin lost her cousin to breast cancer in 2008. A year later, she lost her aunt to the disease. To honor her family members, the Highlands Ranch resident started Stamped With Love, a group of photographers and makeup artists who … more
They are walking door to door canvassing neighborhoods. They are calling residents. And this week, a mailing campaign will start. Citizens for Jeffco, a group of concerned citizens, business leaders and parents in Jefferson County, is … more
Investigator testimony during a preliminary hearing on Oct. 4 revealed details on weapons used in the May 16 home invasion in Golden and the relationships of the suspects involved. According to … more
The first Lakewood legislative group town hall of the 2016-17 session provided attendees an insight into questions they’ll see on the Nov. 8 General Election ballot. Sens. Cheri Jahn (D-22) and Andy Kerr (D-20) and Reps. Brittany Pettersen (D-28) and Max Tyler (D-23) were all on hand to participate in a discussion on the Jefferson County School bond and mill override (3A and 3B), open primary elections, constitutional amendments and medical aid in dying. more
It might be tempting to say Project Helping, founded by Justin Kruger, was the winner of The Innovators Society’s first Pitch Showdown on Sept. 30. After all, the organization did win the $50,000 … more
It might be tempting to say Project Helping, founded by Justin Kruger, was the winner of The Innovators Society’s first Pitch Showdown on Sept. 30. After all, the organization did win the $50,000 grand prize, and brought in $80,703 in … more
Whether it be a small mom-and-pop or a Fortune 500 company, Frank Teunissen understands business relations. Teunissen is running against incumbent Casey Tighe for the seat on the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners that represents … more
Some people describe Casey Tighe as a non-politician politician. “He’s very personable,” said Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul. “He’s not just going to tell you what you want to hear. He’ll have a conversation. He’s always willing to … more
Moving the county towards a healthier future requires new partnerships, which is what brought 300 people to the Healthy Jeffco Innovation Summit on Sept. 29 at the Arvada Center. Attendees included community members, local businesses, elected … more
Caroline Fuller, whose children attend Wheat Ridge High School, came away from a recent community forum about Jeffco Schools’ proposed bond and tax rate increase still searching for more information. “I’m looking for a reason to feel … more
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