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Staff reportDan McMinimee has stepped down from his position as Superintendent of Jefferson County Schools and and Terry Elliott will serve as interim acting superintendent as the Board of Education … more
The day was a flurry of red, white and blue. There were cheers, and sometimes, jeers. Chants including "USA! USA! USA!" and "Build that wall!" at times drummed out the day's speakers. At … more
A random act of kindness can do so much. Thornton resident Marti Robards knows firsthand. It can lift a mood, change a day for the better — even extinguish an arsonist's destructive flames. And now, at 69-years-old, it's made Robards a … more
The elaborate clean-up at Adam’s County’s old firearms training range could cost $5 million — and county officials said they really don’t see a way around it. “If we are obligated to clean it up, we have to clean it up,” Commissioner … more
A year after changing the school district’s name, Superintendent Pamela Swanson said Westminster Public Schools are showing how they’ve updated their programs and attitude as well. “We are not the same district we were,” Swanson said. … more
Casey Park doesn’t have much in the way of memories of the men who helped save his life last March. What he does remember is worrying about his infant son Allister. Everything else is a blur. “For some reason, I feel like my son was in the … more
With health care becoming one of the biggest challenges facing Americans today, it’s no surprise that young people can feel especially overwhelmed and confused about where, when and how to receive medical attention. “Health services need to … more
Yak & Yeti — Arvada's Indian, Nepalese and Tibetan food restaurant and brew pub — was standing room only on Feb. 15 as its brewery celebrated its launch and rebranding from the restaurant's namesake to Spice Trade Brewing Co. Under the … more
When Bernie, the mascot for the Colorado Avalanche, walked into the gymnasium at the Gold Crown Field House on a recent morning, students athletes in the Jeffco Schools adaptive athletics program got excited. High fives, hugs and fist bumps … more
A day that started off with an engineering challenge involving balloons and tape had an important message — encouraging young women to consider careers in the science and technology fields. “The moral of the day is the same each year, … more
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