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First Judicial District Chief Judge Philip McNulty, right, swears in Jeff Shrader, left, as Jeffco's new sheriff. Undersheriff, Ray Fleer, who served as under for the previous sheriff, was sworn in … more
Wheat Ridge city council approved a pair of ordinances — on first reading — pertaining to the regulation of marijuana businesses within the city. The ordinances address the establishment of a cap on the number of businesses allowed in the city … more
The Big Little Idea contest, sponsored by the city of Brighton, is designed to encourage local Brighton residents to come up with creative ideas that will show why they love Brighton and incorporate what they feel into a “Love Note.” The city … more
Colorado Rep. Libby Szabo from District 27 was selected as Jefferson County Commissioner for District 1. Szabo, who successfully ran for a third term in November, will be filling the vacancy left … more
During the Jan. 12 regular meeting city council approved the council officers for 2015 and approved a charitable giving pilot program for the city. Council officers Ward 5 councilwoman Karen … more
Golden Police Chief Bill Kilpatrick welcomes the department’s new Police Captain, Joe Harvey, during his swearing-in ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 7, in City Hall. Harvey previously served at the … more
With much fanfare, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce moved into the Highway 105 location in 1985, but the building itself has quite a storied history. It’s been a bit transient. According to a … more
During the Jan. 5 study session council received an update on the city’s neighborhood participation project. Neighborhood participation project Holly Boehm, a planner with the city, spoke … more
There aren’t many people of whom it could be said, “Lakewood wouldn’t be here without him.” James Jeff Richey is one. The city’s first mayor, the man known as the “father of Lakewood,” died Nov. 29. He was 88. “Jim was one … more
Colorado's two Democratic senators split votes on a failed effort in the U.S. Senate on Nov. 18 to move forward with construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline. Sixty votes were needed to pass the bill in order to prevent a … more
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