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It may have been April Fools day but Bigfoot researchers who recently visited Castle Rock to display their evidence supporting the legendary creature’s existence weren’t kidding. Bigfoot isn’t just real, they said. He’s out there — and … more
A presentation of the proposed budget for Jefferson County Public Schools is scheduled for the April 20 Board of Education meeting with final adoption scheduled for May 4. Discussion on development of the 2017/2018 budget began in October with … more
What does a museum, cats, worms and pink-backed turtle have in common? Nothing — except they all came from the imaginations of 10 students at the Free Horizon Montessori school in Golden for the projects they entered into the regional … more
Planning a vacation this Spring Break? Don’t post it to Facebook! Wait until arriving back home before posting that great selfie of the family departing from the airport for that tropical vacation. Even with privacy settings to minimize the risk, … more
A woman is forced to have intercourse while on a date. She says no, but he says her provocative clothing suggested otherwise. A child is inappropriately touched by a trusted adult while getting dressed before school in the morning. A young man … more
Doral Academy of Colorado, a charter school that emphasizes the arts, will have a new location next school year. The Jefferson County Board of Education approved unanimously March 23 a one-year lease agreement with Doral Academy to occupy the … more
When it comes to protecting their lives and property, citizens want to know their police officers are the best they can be. Many ways exist to ensure police departments are operating at top levels, but one of the most highly acclaimed is to … more
Before they could even get the ribbon strung up to cut, area residents were using Clear Creek Valley Park. “I can tell you the community was literally so excited to start using the park that no sooner had the banners been put up that the park … more
Robots race at each other in a metallic frenzy, scooping up balls, gears and sprockets as quickly as they can. The collected parts are brought back to their stations and the fuel is loaded before the propellers can start to turn. “The idea … more
The state Senate has approved a bill directing government agencies to deliver requested public records in electronic formats that can be read by computer. The Republican-led Senate voted 21-14 on March 22 to send Senate Bill 17-040 to the House. … more
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