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Some tips on starting off summer in spite of COVID-19

At this point, saying that we live in strange times kind of goes without saying, doesn’t it? There is nothing to compare with what the world is going through and I know that so many people, … more

Many Jeffco departments moving to four-day work week in June

When Jefferson County offices reopen to the public, they will also transition to a four-day work week as part of an effort to cut county costs. Under the new schedule, which is set to take effect … more

Buffalo Bill Days, Golden's Fourth of July canceled for 2020

COVID-19 has put the kibosh on one of Golden's most iconic summertime events for 2020. Buffalo Bill Days, the annual summer celebration that brings thousands to Golden, will not be held later this … more

Observing Earth Day amid a pandemic

On April 22, 1970, a group of people came together to create Earth Day, what is now the planet’s largest civic affair. Fifty years later, the crisis many of these forward-thinking activists feared … more

Buffalo Bill Days endangered this year

With temperatures rising and the end of the school year in clear sight, mid-April is typically a time of anticipation around Golden as residents await summertime and the many festivals, celebrations … more

Outdoor Lab to celebrate first-ever virtual Earth Day

A virtual celebration will bring the Jefferson County community together for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day while raising awareness for the Outdoor Lab program. The Jefferson County-based Outdoor … more

School no longer canceled March 19 in Jeffco

There will be school as normal for Jefferson County Public School students on March 19. After announcing that all Jeffco schools would close Thursday, March 19 because of a lack of available teachers … more

At the Junction of food and delicious

When going out to grab a meal with a group of friends, finding a place that has something for everyone can sometimes be a tricky proposition. As such, diners in search of a new food oasis will want … more

Prepping to party with Patrick

It’s been over 1,500 years since Saint Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland. He also had a walking stick that grew into a living tree, spoke with his ancient Irish ancestors and used a … more

UPDATE: Day of Action cancellation means Jeffco Schools will be open March 19

UPDATE: After our print deadline, Jeffco Public Schools announced that due to the cancellation of the CEA's Day of Action March 19 rally, that the district would be holding school as normal on that day. Students will have class that day, and all before and after care programs and bus service will operate as usual. more

*UPDATE* Jeffco schools to no longer close March 19

UPDATE: After our print deadline, Jeffco Public Schools announced that due to the cancelation of the CEA's Day of Action March 19 rally, that the district would be holding school as normal on that day. Students will have class that day, and all before and after care programs and bus service will operate as usual. more

Spending the gift that is a leap day

Leap. Leap of faith. Lovers’ leap. Leap to mind, look before you leap, on giant leap for mankind. Great leap forward. Leap frog, quantum leap, leap to conclusions. Leap year, leap month, leap day. … more

Cycling through the snow

Snow has been falling in the Denver metro area recently, but that didn’t stop some bicycle enthusiasts from strapping on a helmet and cycling to work. Hosted by Bicycle Colorado, a nonprofit that … more

Steady snow closes Jefferson County Schools, area roads

All Jefferson County Public Schools closed Feb. 7, due to a winter storm which is continuing to add inches of snow accumulation across much of the county.  Icy road conditions also resulted in many areas of the county to be placed under accident alert. I-70 has been closed between Golden and the Eisenhower Tunnel. more

MLK volunteer effort

Kaiser Permanente employee James Held works to pair shoes at Soles4Souls warehouse in Wheat Ridge on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Held was one of 30 Kaiser employees who volunteered at the warehouse … more

An expansive and diverse musical year

It seems fitting that a decade as tumultuous as the 2010s should end with a year so full of contradictions, progress and stagnation. Music, however, was far from stagnant. From all the year’s great … more

Colorado Brew Plus and Outdoor Lab partner for Colorado Gives Day

Jefferson County is a generous community. “And when you live in Jefferson County,” said Paige Brophy, executive director of the Outdoor Lab Foundation, “you want to give back in any way you … more
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