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A 14-year-old girl from Golden is the first winner of the In the Making Young Creative program, launched this year by Old House Vintage Market. Kendall Custer was given a free market space to sell her items at the Holiday Old House Vintage Market … more
Golden has some beautiful roundabouts in parts of the city, residents say, but the three on Heritage Road are not an attractive entryway to the neighborhood. And not to mention, neighbors added, they’re unsafe for all users of the roadway — … more
Ballots were sent by mail earlier this month to Jefferson County residents registered to vote in the coordinated election on Nov. 7. Ballots must be received by Nov. 7, not just postmarked. There are two walk-in ballot drop locations open … more
Mountain Side Gear Rental's inaugural Share the Warmth Gear and Coat Drive was a huge success, according to business founder John Hildebrandt. “When we came up with the idea to hold a gear and coat drive, we knew the community would respond, … more
Red Rocks Community College creates a positive net impact on the regional economy, according to a recent study of Red Rocks and others in the Colorado Community College System. Results of the study by Economic Modeling Specialists, a leading … more
Michael Mutnan recalls when the original RTD G Line was announced in 2004 with plans to create a light rail system to connect Arvada, Wheat Ridge and Denver that would open in 2013. That was before a man drove his car onto tracks in California … more
More than a century ago, a custodian — paid at a rate of $13 per month — chopped wood so students at a one-room schoolhouse on 44th Street in Wheat Ridge could stay warm. This week, the first resident moved into a former school on the property … more
Before Proudfoot Cycles existed, Jon Acuff was making pressure switches for an aerospace organization in California. It was an easy fit for him since his family had a strong history in engineering and manufacturing. Family lore says they held ties … more
When Chris Spohn, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design’s president for the past seven months, first moved to the Denver area from Los Angeles, he took an Uber or Lyft to campus every day. “I’d ask whoever was driving me if they’d … more
A person can have all the technical training necessary to be successful on a job site, but training to be a good boss is something most don’t receive. “You might be an awesome welder on Friday and then have to be a boss on Monday,” said … more
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