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County possibly facing loss of $29 million in revenue in 2022

Preliminary forecasts suggest Jefferson County could lose as much as $29 million in property tax revenue in 2022 because of anticipated reductions in the property tax assessment rate, County … more

Construction underway on Clear Creek Crossing

After years of discussion and planning dating as far back as 2013, the Clear Creek Crossing project is starting to rise in Wheat Ridge. Located on vacant land just to the west of the intersection of … more

Walls can talk — From COVID-19 to Black Lives Matter, street art thriving in the Denver area

When Denver muralist Austin Zucchini-Fowler came up with the idea to create a mural depicting an angel-winged nurse in a fighter’s stance wearing boxing gloves last April, he did not imagine the … more

Golden’s Tributary is in transition

Goldenites heading back out to the Tributary Food Hall & Drinkery for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began will find a lot has changed while they were away. Sure, some of the tables … more

City finds mask use declines along Clear Creek, steady downtown

An observational study of face mask usage in Golden found that mask usage remains relatively high in downtown Golden but is declining significantly along Clear Creek. The study, which was presented … more

Jeffco lends a hand to help against fires and hurricanes

Jefferson County may have so far been spared from the recent natural disasters wreaking havoc throughout Colorado and elsewhere in the country, but that hasn't stopped the county from getting … more

Golden council votes to hang ”Golden stands with black lives” banner from welcome arch

The Golden city council has voted to hang a banner proclaiming the city of Golden's support of Black people from the Golden welcome arch. According to a resolution passed 6-1 by the council on Aug. … more

Jefferson County contact tracers in fight against COVID-19

It’s easy to imagine a contact tracing call, in which a public health worker calls to either discuss the contacts someone who is positive for COVID-19 has had or notify a person that they may have … more

Some Stern advice from Jefferson County

County clerk and recorders aren’t usually in the business of chasing headlines. But in the past few months Jeffco Clerk and Recorder George Stern has been a subject of stories in not only local … more

Mines makes masked move-in

There was a point when Colorado School of Mines freshman Matthew Micha wasn’t sure if he should come to campus this year. But as he walked around with a new friend on the morning of Aug. 14 with … more

With Coors Brewery not open for tours, surrounding businesses facing sobering business decline

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on local economies has become a major story of the summer as businesses deal with challenges ranging from constantly-changing regulations to capacity limits to … more

Back to School 2020: What Golden should expect as classes resume

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has upended nearly every aspect of community life since its arrival in Colorado, there have been few questions that have generated more concern and consternation than … more

Jeffco trials resume with precautions and an unprecedented backlog

On Aug. 3, prosecutors, defense attorneys and judges alike returned to the Jefferson County courthouse for the first jury trials in nearly five months to find a court system that, like the community … more

After years of complaints Golden is rethinking its approach to zoning

“It’s just sort of become a mess.” That’s how Cory Miller, Golden’s long term city planner, describes the city’s zoning code, which is theoretically supposed to provide a blueprint for … more

Signs of recovery in Jefferson economy but challenges remain

There are signs Jefferson County’s economy is recovering from the depths it reached earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic, although several indicators suggest the county has a long way to go before … more

Controversy on Clear Creek

On a recent Sunday afternoon, Scott Bernheim went to downtown Golden to grab frozen yogurt with his family. He was shocked by what he saw when arrived, especially as he walked closer to Clear Creek. … more

At Avenue's End — Downtown Golden mainstay Avenue Gifts closing

Avenue Gifts owner and lifelong Golden resident Donna Owen wasn't planning to retire anytime soon. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, had other ideas. So after 15 years of business, Owen says Avenue … more

Change coming to the US 6 and Heritage Road interchange

One of northern Golden’s most significant interchanges will soon be getting a redesign —and residents have a lot of ideas about how it should look. On July 29, the city of Golden hosted a virtual … more

Sculptures gets new home on Highway 93 in Golden

In May of 2018, a lengthy process to select Golden’s next piece of public art concluded with the installation of a new sculpture that depicted children running when viewed from one side and hawks … more

Golden seeks proposals for use of Astor House

One year after the city of Golden declined to proceed with one potential plan for the historic Astor House, the city is set to officially start a new process that will aim to determine a new future. … more
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