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Golden High's Class of 2019 celebrates commencement

It was a long road to graduation, but it was travelled quickly, said Benjamin Berube in his senior address. “This may be the last time we sit together,” he said. But “high school is just the … more

Lakewood protests Alabama's new abortion law

On May 21, over 40 Lakewood residents gathered to protest Alabama's new abortion law. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey recently signed a law that makes performing an abortion a felony in almost all cases unless … more

Meet the queen of conspiracy, Mae Brussell

Conspiracy theories used to be something the American people might laugh about or just write off, but increasingly they’ve become a disturbing facet of modern discourse. The roots of conspiracy … more

Dinosaur fossils found in Highlands Ranch

A dinosaur that once roamed what is now Highlands Ranch met the open air for the first time in more than 66 million years, after a construction crew discovered its bones at a construction site in … more

Trust me when I tell you about this new play

Last week I talked about travelin’ down a road and flirtin’ with disaster. Those were the words to a song that played a key roll in the subject I was writing about. This week, I’m going to … more

Proud to deliver for Colorado families

The 2019 legislative session recently came to a close, and while there has been a lot of attention paid to the day-to-day political gamesmanship, I am proud of all that Democrats accomplished that … more

Windy Saddle hosts its last Golden Beer Talks

Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza was 7 when she saw the movie “Jaws.” “Things changed for me in a weird way,” she said. “I was terrified (of sharks). And the only way I knew how to get over my fear … more

Used-book sale benefits Jefferson County libraries

Find good books at bargain prices at the Jefferson County Library Foundation’s spring Whale of a Used Book Sale, May 31 to June 2 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The sale, which has a more … more

Jeopardy! fans, why hate on James?

By the time you read this, we’ll know if James Holzhaur is still the reigning champion of Jeopardy! And although I don’t wish his opponents ill, I do hope he continues his record-busting … more

Contest launched, and headline is clue

William Shakespeare wrote, “Brevity is the soul of wit.” Dorothy Parker wrote, “Brevity is the soul of lingerie.” Now, on the same footpath as the 17-syllable haiku contest comes this: a … more

Number three success blocker is empty gratitude bucket

Over the past two weeks we covered the contributing factors of complacency and lack of authenticity and the impact of both as we pursue our success. Today we will touch on the role and the power of … more

Jeffco school district and employees need more time to find common ground

At their last scheduled bargaining session on May 15, school district leaders and employees continued to negotiate an agreement for their 2019-2020 contract — and scheduled a new final session for … more

Jeffco to make budget cuts in 2020

To keep a healthy balance and appropriate reserve fund, Jefferson County is looking at trimming its budget by about $16.1 million in the upcoming year. This equals roughly a seven percent budget … more

Polaske, Barclay to have preliminary hearing in June

The two suspects accused of being involved in an April 13 homicide in Golden remain in the Jefferson County jail on a no-bond hold. At about 4:15 p.m. on April 13, Jefferson County Sheriff’s … more

Luxury home tour open through May 28

Prospective buyers are invited to tour homes through May 28 at one of eight Toll Brothers communities in Colorado. The luxury home tour will feature 20 professionally decorated models and 40 … more

A celebration of comics, connection and culture

A lot can change in eight years — something Littleton residents Kendra, Jason and Ash Alder can readily attest to when it comes to how Denver Pop Culture Con has evolved since its first iteration … more

Coach floored by response after 800th win

Cherry Creek baseball coach Marc Johnson has had an impact on many of his players and he learned recently of the power of social media. Johnson’s baseball team beat Arapahoe 12-2 on May 13 to give … more

Fort Logan bore witness to Western history

Mention Fort Logan to most people in the Denver area, and they’ll picture Fort Logan National Cemetery, where thousands of America’s veterans lay beneath rows of precisely-laid headstones. But … more

Citizens rally at Capitol for gun rights

Dennis Gatchalian has lived in the United States since 1984, the year he left his home in the Philippines. He’s resided in Denver for 35 years. On May 18, he stood in front of the state Capitol … more
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