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G Line flaggers removed

After years at their posts, those flaggers at G Line train crossings are finally headed home. The Regional Transportation District (RTD) obtained initial approval from the Federal Railroad … more

MOPAR speeds into Golden

MOPAR fans filled the streets of downtown Golden July 18 for the 18th annual block party. The event acts as a kick-off each year for the Dodge Mile-High National Hot Rod Association Nationals held at … more

Federal land agency poised to move to western Colorado

Some Westerners have long complained the U.S. government is an absentee landlord, managing vast tracts of public lands in their states from the nation's capital instead of closer to the properties … more

Austin Boutain and wife return to Jeffco on murder charges

Following a conviction for the murder of an international student studying at the University of Utah, Austin Jeffrey Boutain has returned to Jefferson County to face charges in the death of a man in … more

A 2-Story Office Built with Shipping Containers by RoxBox

RoxBox Containers and Modifications completed a shipping container office project in the Colorado Tech Center for Eldorado Climbing Walls. Eldorado was looking for a creative, fun, open, and unique … more

Jeffco commissioners urge residents to provide input on possible TABOR ballot question

Jefferson County is looking at the excess revenue from the limits set by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) as a possible solution to its financial challenges. “This is something I want … more

Golden’s big summer festival has got a definite wild streak

OK, it’s time for me to toot the horn for our city of Golden here. It’s Summer, that means warm weather and every small town in America has some kind of town festival going on. I remember back … more

Letter to the editor: Creek demands caution

I read the Transcript article, ‘River safety is no Joke.’ It reminded me of of an incident about three or four years ago. It was December and Clear Creek had a hard crust of ice over it. … more

I-70 truck driver case sent to district court

Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, the truck driver accused of causing the deadly April crash at I-70, will stand trial after a Jefferson County judge determined that prosecutors provided a probable … more

Cultural fun under the summer sun

Latino culture is a vibrant and dynamic one that defies stereotypes and easy categorization, and with the Latino population in the state and country steadily growing, exploring it can be both … more

Global glove company relocates US HQ to Arvada

For Drew Eakins, glove company Hestra’s decision to relocate to Arvada couldn’t have been better news. Not only had Eakins been keeping an eye on the Sweden-based company, he said, the new … more

Skaggs story teaches us that tomorrow is not promised

On July 1st, just over two weeks ago, a young man by the name of Tyler Skaggs was found dead in his hotel room in Dallas. This was very unexpected — Tyler was just weeks shy of his 28th birthday, … more

Awash in art in Golden

fter a successful second year, ARTSWEEK GOLDEN, put on by Foothills Art Center in partnership with other local arts-oriented organizations and community partners, celebrated the arts for an entire … more

Golden man treks for Parkinson’s disease

The first time Goldenite Rob Harrington was personally introduced to Parkinson’s disease was when the father of his best friend from high school developed it. Harrington remembered thinking about … more

Annual Buffalo Bill Days celebration returning to Golden July 25-28

Buffalo Bill Days is a community event that people have been enjoying for decades. The volunteer board/committee that organizes Buffalo Bill Days formed sometime in the 1980s, said Joy Bauman, … more

BLM headquarters change could mean more jobs for Lakewood

 The government agency in charge of managing the millions of acres of federal land across the American west will be headquartered in Grand Junction, while Lakewood will see a surge in staff. more

Coloradans add kick to history of women’s soccer

Colorado soccer players have played a role in FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer tournaments from the very beginning. In the recently completed 2019 World Cup in France, former Mountain Vista player … more

Music festival benefits Habitat for Humanity

The upcoming Blues and BBQ for Better Housing music festival will help provide critical repairs on homes in Denver’s Westwood, Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods. The longest-running … more

Enjoying airborne adventures

Coloradans are known for their love of outdoor adventures. Traditionally, these activities take place on solid ground. However, the Denver metro area also offers plenty of high-adrenaline experiences … more
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