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Having a vision is important for a satisfying and fulfilling life. With a vision you have purpose, energy and something to focus on when you have a down day. You’re moving toward it because you … more
Onesia Ann Najera, 52, was sentenced to 20 years in prison and five years parole by District Judge Tammy Russell on Nov. 29, for the drowning death of her 10-year-old-grandson Angel Goodwin. The boy, later identified as Angel Goodwin, who was … more
The state’s largest charity event, including many based in Jefferson County, brought in $33.8 million in donations this year. Called Colorado Gives Day, the annual charity event, helped generate donations to 2,111 nonprofits across the state, … more
Rachel Dunn, 45, has taught art to the seventh- and eighth-grade students at Drake Middle School in Arvada since 2003. The Colorado Art Education Association recently named Dunn — a Lakewood resident — as the Middle School Art Educator of the … more
Olde Town Arvada’s annual holiday had a quintessential backdrop. With the Arvada Chorale slated to sing at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 6, light snow started falling shortly after 5 p.m. as temperatures stayed in the 20s. “Hey! Welcome!” Arvada Marc … more
Lisa Vegas-Fields stood in a room formerly used for storage at Arvada High School. As she helped students sort through a stock of food and clothes, she noted the amount had decreased since Thanksgiving. Vegas-Fields transformed the storage room … more
The City of Golden’s public information officer Karlyn Tilley and Golden Transcript reporter Christy Steadman were presented with awards at the Emergency Services Public Information Officers of Colorado’s awards banquet and networking event on … more
Small business owner Autumn Shea was overjoyed when she looked out the window of her shop on South Golden Road recently and saw city employees working on a parcel of land that has come to be known as The Triangle. “This is the entryway into … more
From the gold seekers of the 1800s to the recreation seekers of modern times, Clear Creek has always been one of Golden’s greatest amenities. “We celebrate Clear Creek,” said Rod Tarullo, the city’s director of parks, recreation and golf. … more
The city of Wheat Ridge has a modest budget entering 2017, but big plans. “It’s kind of a status quo budget at this point for 2017,” City Manager Patrick Goff said. The city council approved the budget at its Nov. 14 meeting. The … more
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