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Boulder DA announces additional charges against King Soopers shooting suspect

Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty held a press conference outside the Justice Center at 10 a.m. on Thursday to announce new charges against King Sooper's shooting suspect Ahmad Alissa. Dougherty also gave a status update on the investigation into the March 22 shooting. more

New fitness studio aims to get Golden sweating again

Golden residents looking to hit the gym for the first time in months or start a new exercise routine as they embrace post-pandemic life will soon have a new option for doing so. Unite Fitness, a new … more

Lakewood stakes claim to first Jeffco League title since 1995

LAKEWOOD — Lakewood’s boys soccer team made history in dramatic fashion Friday, April 16, at Trailblazer Stadium. The unranked Tigers wrapped up their first boys soccer Jeffco League championship … more

A look at where things stand with Golden summer events

While much is still up in the air, here is a look at the current status of several of Golden’s major summer events. Taste of Golden Date: April 30-May 9 Current Status: The traditional Taste of … more

Standley Lake boys soccer ends 3-decade long drought by winning league crown

LAKEWOOD — It has been a long time coming for Standley Lake’s boys soccer program. The Gators — No. 10 in the latest CHSAANow.com Class 4A boys soccer rankings — hadn’t won a conference … more

Arvada West and Valor end in scoreless tie

ARVADA — There was no winner April 12 at the North Area Athletic Complex. Arvada West and Valor Christian ended the top-10 Class 5A boys soccer match-up in a scoreless tie after 100 minutes at the … more

For county and state, clinics key tool in fight for vaccine equity in Jeffco

As a member of the public health staff team working to ensure the distribution of vaccines is as equitable as possible in Jeffco, part of Marius Nielsen’s job is to hone in on the county … more

Allendale Elementary to close next year

The final slide of the presentation said it all. “The decision of leadership staff is to consolidate the Allendale Elementary school community in the Spring of 2021.”  And with that, the … more

Golden event organizers taking wait-and-see approach

While spring is nice, fall’s quite pleasant and most everyone enjoy throwing on their Viking horns for Ullrgrass in January, every longtime Golden resident knows that summertime is when the city … more

Meet the new Jeffco Public Schools superintendent

The position of superintendent for the Jeffco Public Schools district can be harrowing. It is a that invite public scrutiny of your every action. It is a position that is often a lightning rod for … more

Jeffco debates over inclusivity and smart growth in draft of strategic plan

A lot can happen in five years, as anyone who has been in Jeffco for the last five knows all too well. But that’s how far Jeffco’s leaders are trying to look to the future as they work to craft … more

Casa Bonita parent company files for bankruptcy

Summit Family Restaurants, owner of Casa Bonita, filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy April 6, in Arizona. According to reporting from Denver 7, despite the bankruptcy filing, Summit President, Bob … more

Making living with bruins bear-able

The bears are awake, and a new group in the foothills wants to encourage more residents to have bear-resistant trash cans. Bear Aware hopes to create an awareness campaign to take to homeowners … more

CHSAA moves place, date for state volleyball tournament

AURORA -- The Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs will be the host venue for this year's state volleyball tournament. Brad Cochi, CHSAA's new digital media director, also said the tournament … more

Skiers bid the slopes adieu as Echo Mountain caps off longest season ever

The last day of the skiing season is perhaps a little like the last day of school. Some are more than ready for summer, while others are reluctant to say goodbye. Either way, skiers and snowboarders … more

Rattlesnakes out and about: how to avoid them

Summer is in full swing, which means most Coloradans are spending more time outdoors. Whether it's a hike through Chatfield State Park, a bike ride along the High Line Canal, or a barbecue out back, wildlife encounters are inevitable. And snakes … more

New Thornton Arts exhibit unites range of cultures

Audiences aren’t the only ones missing cultural events like art shows during the pandemic shutdown - the creatives have also been missing the opportunities to have their work seen and connected … more

Listening to the whispers of success

This past week I was reminded of something as I once again experienced the intimacy, joy and power found in a whisper. Although it is just my wife and I who live in our home now, for some reason I … more

A century ago wasn’t just any old time

Things were different one hundred years ago. For example, no one wore flip-flops to the airport. However, there were no flip-flops and few airports. That makes a difference. They had a presidential … more

Art for all

For New York-born artist Victor Ving, Colorado looks like craft beer, skiers and Red Rocks Amphitheatre. “At each stop, I collaborate with local artists, businesses, and residents to create a piece … more
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