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State track meet to resume at 2:10 p.m. May 21

The Colorado High School Activities Associaiton plans to restart the state track-and-field meet at 2:10 p.m. May 21 at Jeffco Stadium. A late-spring snowstorm forced officials to call of Friday's … more

CHSAA postpones state track meet

AURORA -- The prospect of poor weather caused a cancellation of the second day of the state track and field meet May 20. In a press statement, CHSAA officials said they are hoping to restart the … more

Rock Creek HOA secures a win in lawsuit against RMMA

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport could face lawsuits from homeowners after a judge ruled that the airport violated avigation easements against Rock Creek Master HOA regarding noise, … more

Legacy freshman takes third in state pole vault

LAKEWOOD -- It's been quite the journey for Legacy High School freshman pole vaulter Victoria Spitzley.The latest trophy for her case is the one for third place that she took at the state 5A girls … more

Kiowa Schools will keep Indians mascot

The Kiowa School District won its year-long battle to keep its Indians mascot on May 19, when the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs voted to allow the district to keep the Indians name and imagery. more

Legacy 4x800 relay breaks school record amid podium finish

LAKEWOOD–Although the Legacy Lightning girls’ 4-by-800 meter relay team started near the back of the pack, the squad of Gabrielle Shepston, Mia Meraz, Addison Dolan and Kendall Aragon … more

Basketball: Frederick's Justice getting his work in .. and loving it

FREDERICK -- It's been just about two months since Frederick High School's boys basketball team finished its first appearance in the Final Four since 1956. But Luke Justice isn't wasting time. The … more

Columbine soccer shines at Lakewood Memorial Field

LAKEWOOD — Columbine’s girls soccer team have discovered its scoring touch at the most opportune time. The No. 6-seeded Rebels dominated No. 27 Eaglecrest 6-0, including scoring four goals in … more

Less overthinking, more instinctive reasoning

Do you ever think about your decision-making process? I do. I mean, what else have I got to do, now that I’m retired? more

Golden wins back-to-back 4A Jeffco League titles

GOLDEN — On Senior Day for Golden’s baseball team it was only appropriate to have Anders Page-Roth throw the final inning for the Demons. more

Letter: In response to "Colorado Taxpayers will receive $400 this summer" article

I read the article "Colorado Taxpayers will receive $400 this summer" in the May 5 Golden Transcript regarding the Colorado legislature’s plan to rebate tax overpayments to the public. more

Give your child a memorable experience through theater

The story is a familiar one, although for me it probably brings a different image to mind than it does for the rest of you. more

The burning question

In the Introduction to “The Republic of Imagination,” Professor Azar Nafisi relates an anecdote about a young Iranian ex-pat she calls “Ramin” who, at a book promotion event, basically told her she was wasting her time. Americans, he said, are very different than Iranians. more

The dramatic impact of loneliness on mental health

As we near the end of Mental Health Awareness Month, Kiara Kuenzler, PhD., president and CEO of the Jefferson Center for Mental Health (JCMH) wants people to know that although mental health needs have been on the rise since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, help is available.  more

Fort Lupton City Council eyes rec center expansion

Fort Lupton City Council approved two parts to a proposal to expand the city's recreation center during a regular meeting May 17. The first was an eight-member, ad hoc committee to design the … more

Lynne Collins takes over theater at the Arvada Center

Lynne Collins has been announced as the Arvada Center’s new Artistic Director of Theatre, following the retirement of Rod A. Lansberry. Collins, the current Artistic Director of Plays, first joined … more

The number of LGBTQ foster kids is on the rise

Diamond Kobylinski spent almost his entire childhood in foster homes, from age 2 to 17. The worst, though, was when one set of foster parents changed their mind about adopting him after Kobylinski … more

When will COVID vaccines be approved for young kids?

In his practice as a pediatrician, Dr. Sean O’Leary gets a lot of calls from worried parents. And, lately, one kind of call has begun to stand out. “The parents I hear from are the ones who are … more
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