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Whether you’re under a year old or 100 years old, the Brighton Anythink mySummer Program is for you. With its official kickoff on May 31 and June 2 throughout the district, participants can join anytime. Individuals can go to the Brighton Anythink … more
Local artist Lonnie Hanzon dedicated his W Rail public art exhibit, “Lakewood Legacy Trees” on Friday, May 30 at the Lamar Station. Creating the tress took more than a year and involved nearly 150 people. “I always think of public art as a … more
The purposes of growing plants with young children are to give children some undivided attention each day by adding gardening and nutrition knowledge, fun, and quiet conversation. They need to hear 20,000 words before kindergarten to become good … more
The first of five Artisan Fairs planned for this summer was held in Historic Downtown Brighton this last Saturday. The Brighton Chamber of Commerce along with The Pink Door Boutique and Joonbugez Kids Boutique are sponsoring the fairs. They are … more
Danielle Nordeen drives a 16-year-old Toyota Camry that doesn’t handle well on snowy mountain passes. In January, Nordeen had to make the drive from her home in Grand Junction to Pueblo often enough that she developed a strategy: Find a semi … more
There’s nothing like a great block party to kick off the summer, and for the past five years Lakewood has turned throwing such a party into an art. This year the city’s annual Rockin’ Block Party will be held 5-11 p.m. on Saturday, June 14, … more
The proverb says that while good men must die, death cannot kill their names. In the nine square miles that is Golden, the local cemetery has been staffed with magnanimous workers who are doing remarkable deeds, unsolicited by the city which … more
Miners Alley was transformed into a bustling community alleyway during the Better Block Golden Street Party on Saturday, May 30. Local volunteers led by Mayor Marjorie Sloan set up a live streetscape complete with landscaping, public seating, … more
The Wheat Ridge Carnation Festival will celebrate the city’s agricultural heritage Aug. 15-16. During the 1960s, a bouquet of fresh carnations was delivered to the White House every Monday morning and displayed in the front foyer with a card … more
Jeffco Board of Education hired Daniel McMinimee as superintendent for the Jefferson County School District with a split vote. Despite disagreement among board members and chanting from the audience, the board May 27 approved hiring of McMinimee … more
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