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“Poverty. Why is it that we can have almost everything here in the United States, and somewhere in the world in another country people are dying and living from very little supplies. I would like to change that so everyone could just get rid of … more
When Jay Martin was 13 years old and living in Nebraska, he answered the family phone to hear a state trooper explain his brother had been in a wreck and he needed to speak with Martin’s parents. Martin’s 19-year-old brother was killed in a … more
A common concern about online schools is whether students get the same opportunities to socialize as their peers in traditional ones. But they showed they can have just as much fun when students from four online schools recently enjoyed the … more
A bill that increases penalties for drivers convicted of distracted driving passed the full Legislature on April 24 and is expected to be signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper at the end of May. Under the legislation, a law enforcement … more
Acupuncture shop's new ownership Acupuncture Specialists of Golden, 1019 8th St. Suite 102 in downtown Golden, is now owned and operated by Rhonda Marr, L.Ac. Marr is board certified in … more
Arvada resident and Drake Middle School teacher Gretchen Krohnfeldt died Tuesday, May 9 — one day after an investigation into an inappropriate relationship with a student was launched. more
  The Denver metro area was hit by a heavy and loud hail storm on the afternoon of May 8 that caused widespread damage all over Jefferson County. West Metro Fire and Rescue responded to … more
When junior Gabriella Cordova was driving Wheat Ridge High School’s prototype hydrogen fuel cell car in the Shell Eco-Marathon, she was only able to focus on her driving. “I was working with my teammates on the turns,” she said. “I knew … more
The first of about 80 rental horses and ponies owned by the Westernaires is expected to come out of a six-week quarantine period by May 20, after recovering from a form of strep called strangles. The outbreak should not cause panic, said Glen … more
Classroom additions to Drake and Dunstan middle schools to help alleviate overcrowding will soon be underway following the Jefferson County Board of Education’s unanimous approval of the use of reserve dollars to pay for the construction. The … more
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