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Man considered ‘father of Colorado baseball’ honored with new monument

Long before the Rockies held court at 20th and Blake, the Denver Grizzlies hit balls at Sixth and Acoma in the late 1880s as one of Colorado’s first professional baseball teams. It was a ragtag … more

With COVID-19 pressure in jail, county to use CARES dollars to reopen a floor

Budget challenges forced the closure of a floor of the Jeffco jail last winter. Now, COVID-19 is about to reopen it. On Nov. 10, the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners directed county staff to … more

JCPH discussing metrowide stay-at-home order with other Denver area health departments

As skyrocketing COVID-19 cases across the metro area severely strain hospitals, contact tracing efforts and other mechanisms for managing the pandemic, Jefferson County Public Health's deputy … more

A tough assignment - Jeffco schools keeping in-person learning going for now

With COVID-19 case counts continuing to spike in Jefferson County, attention is returning to Jefferson County Public Schools, which is continuing in-person learning — for now — as the district … more

A-West grad earns Girl Scout earns high honor for helping all girls in school

For most women, periods are a part of everyday life. So why is their existence often treated like some kind of taboo? That's the question that led Julia Trujillo and the other members of the … more

Golden residents share perceptions of the city’s police, ideas for change at listening session

Ty Scrable left North Dakota because of negative incidents involving police. However, Scrable has had a different experience in Golden. “I do have to say my few interactions with GPD have been … more

Moo-ving new murals in downtown Golden

Bob’s Atomic Burgers has long been one of the most colorful and quirky restaurants in Golden. Now, its home on Ford Street finally has the exterior to match that reputation. That’s thanks to … more

Longtime Arvada book and record store owner remembered for thick black glasses, giving spirit

Through all the changes Arvada has experienced over the last 29 years, one of the city's great constants has been the Black & Read Books, Music and Game store tucked into a strip mall on West … more

New effort to get fentanyl testing strips, Narcan in hands of at-risk youth

Michael Miller knows what it means to overdose. He’s survived three of them after being revived by Narcan all three times. But he’s also known others who weren’t so lucky. “I have lost more … more

Republican rep uses transphobic language in robocall attacking Titone

Colorado's statehouse Democrats have published an open letter slamming a robocall sent out to voters in House District 27 that includes transphobic attacks on Representative Brianna Titone, who is … more

Golden woman runs 278 miles over 56 hours to win unique race

A lot of trips to Tennessee revolve around visiting Graceland or the Grand Ole Opry. But last week Golden's Courtney Dauwalter went down to the Volunteer State with an entirely different kind of … more

Jefferson County sees need for more data as COVID-19 cases continue to increase

Jeffco officials asked for more specific data from Jeffco Public Health about where and among whom COVID-19 is spreading in Jeffco during a meeting held to discuss how the county should address a … more

Attack ads fly in House District 27 seat

The race for State House District 27, has gotten ugly, thanks to negative ads launched by independent groups that both the Democratic and Republican candidates call false and misleading. Brianna … more

Five things to know about how COVID-19 is impacting Golden

“This has been a really strange year when it comes to so many things.” That's how Golden city manager Jason Slowinski began a briefing of the city about the proposed 2020 budget for Golden. … more

Summertime, and the event planning isn’t that easy

COVID-19 has put the kibosh on most city events in Golden for the time being — but that hasn’t stopped the city from considering what the future of events could look like. On Oct. 15, the city … more

Reeling from COVID-19, RTD proposing to cut service

If you haven't been on the light rail or a bus for a while, you aren't alone. RTD officials say the system's ridership dropped steeply with the arrival of COVID-19 and remains about 60% lower than … more

Coors announces significant upgrade at Golden plant

Golden's Coors Brewing plant is about to get a major upgrade. On Oct. 6, Coors held a groundbreaking event in front of the plant where Peter J. Coors, the son of Molson Coors vice chairman Pete … more

Fire destroys garden honoring violent crime victims

A memorial garden for violent crime victims next to the Jefferson County courthouse has been destroyed by a fire that is being investigated as arson, according to Golden Public Information Officer … more

Some Jefferson County home-based business denied COVID-19 grant assistance

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its seventh month, it’s no secret that all sorts of businesses are struggling. But while many of those struggles are easy to see in the loss of a favorite restaurant … more

Lakewood police establishing new diversion program

Say a man named Frank who is in possession of a small amount of heroin is arrested by Lakewood police for shoplifting and given a summons to appear in court after telling the officer he stole the … more
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