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A letter from Legend High School Principal Jason Jacob warned families of potential threats to the school found in two notes. Two students notified administrators separately after finding the … more
With 12 candidates vying for five seats after a successful recall signature drive, this year's Jefferson County school board race is considered a very important election, determining the political direction of the state's second biggest school district. more
There might be no better way to start the day than with a fresh cup of coffee and a friendly face. For nearly 10 years, Coffee Cabin co-owner Wes Crespi has served up both. His affable … more
Hundreds of dogs made a friendly takeover of H2O’Brien Pool during Barker Days, an event that takes place the weekend after Labor Day each year. Retrievers and border collies, in … more
Town officials will soon decide whether to approve the first step for a development that could change Parker's western landscape. Stroh Ranch Development is asking to amend its planning documents so it can use 1,536 acres of land south of Stroh … more
A couple hundred people left a Lakewood planning commission meeting satisfied on Sept. 9. Lakewood planning commission voted against relocating a men’s community corrections facility from the … more
The sign above the counter reads “Valkommen.” A clock on the wall — eight hours ahead — is set to Stockholm time. If patrons didn't know any better, they'd think they were in the heart of Sweden. It's a natural part of the landscape in … more
Millennials flocking to Colorado for jobs and new, more liberal social policies. Baby boomers retiring in droves, looking to downsize. Those are just a couple of reasons there are long lines of prospective tenants at apartment leasing offices, … more
Seventeen-year-old Rachel Scott was the first victim of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, and she left behind diaries filled with inspirational words. Those interested in hearing about her legacy and message are encouraged to come to a … more
A Franktown shelter is giving 61 neglected horses a new place to call home. Appearing emaciated and exhausted, the horses taken into the Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center Sept. 1 and … more
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