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My Name Is... Cheri Jahn

About me I was born in Sterling, but I moved to Wheat Ridge when I was 13 and decided to stay here. I love planting my garden where I grow flowers and vegetables. I have three grand kids and I love … more

‘You Lost Me’ finds audience in Denver

Examining historical documents is like reading a ghost story. When playwright and director Bonnie Metzgar came across a list of about 166 Irish people saved by 17-year-old Ann Harvey from a wreck off … more

My name is... Connor Ladd

About me I’m trying to be a normal 16-year-old. I’m a sophomore at Lakewood High School, and I play football there. I like to bike during the summer, write, play video games and just do things … more

No. 4 Golden boys hoops out to quick start in 4A Jeffco

EVERGREEN — The road to the boys basketball Class 4A Jeffco League title is a long and winding journey. However, Golden’s 50-36 road victory over Evergreen on Jan. 10 definitely gave the Demons … more

This weekend will be filled with festive musical fun

I had an interesting encounter with a nice couple that I met tonight at the jam session that one of the bands I play with hosts on Sundays. The guy was another drummer who came in with his wife to … more

Viking up for UllrGrass

Colorado is home to no shortage of bluegrass and beer festivals. But while most of those events embrace the warmth and festiveness of lazy summer afternoons and nights, there’s only one local event … more

Residents launch petition to rezone Golden Overlook

A group of residents from the Golden Heights and Golden Hills neighborhoods have begun circulating a citizen petition that would change the zoning of the embattled Golden Overlook property to allow … more

Mayor Sloan passes the baton

Marjorie Sloan remembers the day perfectly: It was a “beautiful, blue-sky day” and Lions Park was filled with people. On that day in September of 2012, former President Barack Obama became the … more

Heart of Golden 2020 project seeking residents’ ideas for corridor’s future

A concert or theater stage. A permanent farmer’s market pavilion. A for-profit café. An extension of walking and bike paths along the creekfront. Those are just four of the visions for potential … more

Reporter Stories: Lakewood's watching The Watchdog

Lakewood Community Editor Joseph Rios and West Metro Editor Glenn Wallace discuss Lakewood's efforts to quiet community newsletter The Watchdog. Is this an electioneering issue or a question about … more

Lakewood Police kill armed man at Wheat Ridge motel

One man was shot and killed by Lakewood Police over the weekend at a Wheat Ridge motel. The West Metro SWAT Team, made up of members from the Lakewood Police and Wheat Ridge Police departments, was … more

New decade, new mayor

The Golden city council kicked off the new decade by seating the city's new mayor. “It's an incredible time to be a Goldenite,” the newly sworn in mayor Laura Weinberg said in comments she made … more

Arvada parent publishes picture book with ADHD theme

“Victor and the Vroom,” the debut picture book by Arvada-based freelance writer and parent Lydia Rueger, features a regular car with a not-so-regular engine. The story is based on Rueger’s … more

Poetry, comedy, music and heaping helping of beans

Jerry Cunningham is not the kind of guy who would’ve ever expected to end up on the board of directors of Golden’s annual Colorado Cowboy Gathering. After all, for a long time, this … more

New film shares forgotten WWII story

The horrors of the Holocaust were not just confined to the European continent. Stories of the slaughter of the Jews spread the world over, but unlike the U.S., Canada and many other countries, the … more

Sheriffs' views vary on Colorado red flag law

Two years and a day after Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Zackari Parrish was fatally shot by a mentally ill man, a controversial red flag law named for him went into effect. The state law allows a … more

Golden revamps winter promotions to draw more visitors

It's no secret that the early months of the year tend to be among the slowest for retailers. After all, the annual shopping and spending frenzy that is the holidays has just come and gone, mainly … more

January still jumping for Golden

In most places around here, once January comes, things kind of slow down a bit. The holidays are over and people seem to just need a breather for a few weeks. But, this is Golden and doing nothing … more

Wheat Ridge names new police chief

Wheat Ridge City Manager Patrick Goff has selected Chris Murtha as the next chief of the Wheat Ridge Police Department. Murtha has accepted a conditional offer pending final background screenings, … more

School of Mines band taking a Roman holiday

This week, the Colorado School of Mines’ marching band is taking its act out of the country for only the second time in its 108-year history. The destination? Rome, where a mix of around 80 current … more
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