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Wheat Ridge is officially 2E ready. At the most recent business meeting of the Wheat Ridge City Council, city officials signed a bond agreement to begin several infrastructure projects around the city, following voters' approval of 2E in … more
A construction defects bill introduced as a bipartisan compromise passed the Colorado House of Representatives unanimously on April 24 and was sent to the Senate Business, Labor and Technology Committee. House Bill 1279, introduced last month, … more
Colorado Community Media won 48 awards in the annual Colorado Press Association contest. Among the honors, the Littleton Independent took home the Editorial Sweepstakes award at the press association convention April 22 in Lakewood. The award was … more
A bill that would have asked Colorado voters to approve a sales tax increase to help fund billions of dollars in transportation projects has been rejected by Republicans in the state Senate. But the Democratic speaker of the House is optimistic … more
About 460 people attended the 27th annual Good News Breakfast on April 25 to hear about some of the good things happening in Jefferson County. “In Jefferson County, we know how to work together,” said keynote speaker Lynn Johnson, the … more
Lucky’s Market, a Boulder-based natural foods grocer, will anchor a redevelopment project on the southwest corner of Wadsworth Blvd. and 38th Avenue next year. The project, named “The Corners at Wheat Ridge” is slated to open spring … more
Another skunk has tested positive for rabies in Jefferson County. This one was found on the property at Stott Elementary School, 6600 Yank Way in Arvada. Jefferson County Public Health is urging anyone who may have come in contact with this skunk … more
A new timeline has been set for the Jefferson County Public Schools 2017-18 budget, with final direction being presented to staff May 4 and budget adoption on June 1. The original timeline, which had budget adoption on May 4, was revised with the … more
Colorado School of Mines students stepped back in time for this year’s Engineering Days (E-Days) events. E-Days takes place annually on campus and offers students an opportunity to take a break from studies and enjoy a variety of performances and … more
Students at the Colorado School of Mines are more than just aspiring engineers, scientists and mathematicians — they are also skilled artists and creative writers. They seem to be total opposites, but engineering and art collide together … more
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