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The opportunity to simulate a fire rescue training — with a real fire — in an actual house on its home turf is a unique opportunity for the Golden Fire Department. “It’s just like the real thing,” said Capt. Jeanette Kehoe, the … more
In the spring of 2002, Ken Wiig’s 17-year-old daughter died by suicide. The teen had musical talents, was organized and got good grades. But she took her life just days after she had enrolled in classes at the Community College of Denver. Wiig … more
The mornings are perhaps the most important time of day in Faye Doverspike’s classroom. That’s when the sixth-grade reading and writing teacher at Pleasant View Elementary School gets to know her 30 students simply as kids. “We bond … more
It’s a wonderful process getting to see all of the outstanding things that go on in the Golden community. And the Golden Civic Foundation is proud to help support these efforts, said Dr. Rick Goad, president of the Golden Civic Foundation. A … more
What Sam Bailey enjoys most about Jefferson County is the community’s gusto. “Jefferson County happens to be the place where the pioneering spirit still thrives and fosters an appetite to be engaged in the community,” he said. Bailey, … more
From replacing the rescue mannequins used by the Golden Fire Department to constructing new stairs at the American Mountaineering Center, 40 nonprofits will be able continue to contribute to the economic and cultural vitality of the community, … more
When Ralph Schell became Jefferson County manager seven years ago, the county was in the midst of a recession and facing lawsuits for the actions of former commissioners. But he navigated through the crises with the thoughtful leadership for … more
From space to water and everything in between, about 50 girls worked throughout February on their innovative projects for the Girls in STEM competition. The judging took place Feb. 22 at the Golden Library, and the winner will be announced during … more
Because of the increasing difficulty of finding student parking at Colorado School of Mines, the university is in the preliminary planning phase of building a new, multi-level parking structure on campus. “We want them to be able to come to one … more
There’s no proof that heterodonts ate meat, said Erin LaCount during her fifth Everything Dinosaurs talks on Feb. 17, at Dinosaur Ridge. However, they could have been omnivorous because they did have sharp canine teeth. But it’s more likely … more
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