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Cottonwood, catalpa, silver maple, blue spruce and white oak are the fastest-growing tree varietals for Colorado’s Front Range communities, while hawthorn, piñon pine and hackberry are some of the slowest growers, according to a report by the … more
Anyka Bergeson-Keller owned a car in Maryland before she moved to Golden to study geological engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. But she decided against bringing it with her because of … more
Learn about the opportunities that STEM-related fields and careers regularly provide during Denver's first Energy Day Festival. More than 40 interactive demonstrations and exhibits are designed to spark interest in energy, efficiency and … more
Golden’s Planning Commission decided to grant the Colorado School of Mines a special use permit to build a four-level, 650-parking space garage at 13th and Maple streets. However, Mines must comply with the planning commission’s additional … more
A woman in custody at the Jefferson County Jail died one day after her arrest following an apparent suicide. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reports that Suzanne Burgaz, 54, was discovered non-responsive with a cord around her neck at 10 … more
Four Golden City Council seats are up for election this November. Here is a list of candidates that have registered to appear on the ballot. The Transcript will provide additional information about the candidates in future editions. Micah … more
To Pan Chen, it’s important to help others when you can, and appreciate and embrace the help that others can provide to you. Chen is a Golden resident and dad who is one of the approximate 35 parents who shop at the Golden Backpack Program’s … more
Owning a private vehicle is not for everyone. And even for those who do own a car, sometimes it makes sense to walk or ride a bike somewhere. Other times it’s better to take the bus. “All of these modes have their purpose,” said Rick … more
In its first board meeting of the school year, the Jefferson County Board of Education looked at the districts performance on the most recent Colorado Measures of Academic Success test results. One area of concern for school board member Ali … more
In November, Wheat Ridge residents will see a change in leadership under a new mayor, and could see a couple new faces on city council. In addition to the mayoral race between Joseph DeMott and William Starker, the big race to watch will be for … more
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