Golden Mill food hall hoping to open early next year

From 1865 to 2018, the Golden Mill at 1012 Ford Street was a hub of activity in Golden. Come early 2021, it will be once again. That’s when Golden Mill feed & drink, the long-awaited food hall …
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Jeffco sees first uptick in COVID-19 case totals in over a month
After several weeks of declines, ­COVID-19 cases have once again been on the rise in Jefferson County. Jefferson County Public Health’s Executive Director Mark B. Johnson told the Jeffco …

A hip hotel is rising atop the old Golden brickworks mill

While modern hotels tend toward the corporate and impersonal, Golden has long had a few options for those looking for a more colorful place to lay their heads. Come next year, those offerings will …

Jeffco commissioners, DA candidates make pitch at virtual forum

COVID-19, sales tax and crime were among the subjects mentioned by candidates for Jeffco District Attorney and Board of Commissioners during a virtual forum held on Sept. 17. The event, which was …

AUMC celebrates 150th with hope, honks

During its many decades of operation, the congregation at the Arvada United Methodist Church has withstood everything from the Great Depression, which left it with $3.35 in the bank at one point, to …

JCPH Executive Director Johnson reflects on 30-year career

After 30 years and one COVID-19 pandemic while at the helm of Jeffco’s public health department, Dr. Mark B. Johnson is finally retiring from the JCPH. He had originally planned to retire in June …

News

Winter is comming for struggling Jeffco restaurants

For nearly 15 years, Virgilio Urbano has served up some of the most acclaimed and popular pizzas in Jefferson County, first from a small storefront in Lakewood and later a much larger restaurant in …

Life

Entertainers turn to podcasting

Without many opportunities to perform in front of a live audience, some Denver-area entertainers have turned to podcasting as a new way to grow an audience and stay creative. Local entertainers, …

Sports

Tennis tourney sets seedings for state

Jackson Scott played his type of tennis on Sept. 17 in the finals of the Region 5 boys tennis tournament at the Heritage High School tennis courts. Scott, Heritage's No. 3 singles player, recorded a …

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Michael Norton
Winning Words

A little leadership goes a long way, especially now

A little bit of leadership does go a long way. Are you currently working with someone who you admire and respect as a leader? Have they been able to provide guidance to you and your organization as …
Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

You know, there may be, you know, something there

Do you know anyone, you know, who says “you know” excessively? Watching a documentary the other night, I started counting the number of times a commentator said “you know.” He reached 14 …
Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

Instagram and indiscretion are on the shame page

Instagram, Instagram, wherefore art thou, Instagram — and why? I guess it must be good for something. But not a day goes by that someone isn’t apologizing or being shamed, slammed or threatened …
Norton
Winning Words

Hope, encouragement open endless possibilities

Hope may not be a strategy, but then again it just might be, especially when we tie it to encouragement. Although I have personally limited the amount of time I spend reading or watching the news, …
Newell
Guest column

Our community is bigger than we think

I’ve lived in Littleton for almost 30 years and have had a wonderful life here — close enough to access the arts, facilities, and museums of Denver, but nice and separate from the downtown …
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