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A Lone Tree man has been named in a grand jury indictment as the leader of a drug-trafficking network that had $2.2 million worth of heroin seized in recent raids. Jose DeJesus Bernal-Zamora was … more
A claim that the state’s suspension rate spiked after years of decline is now in doubt after two Colorado school districts raised concerns about data included in a recent report. The Adams 12 Five Star school district was highlighted in a report published Wednesday by the advocacy group Padres & Jovenes Unidos for posting a big increase in the number of out-of-school suspensions in the 2014-15 school year. But district spokesman Joe Ferdani told Chalkbeat the state data cited in the report is wrong. more
From new playgrounds and schools to a new way to help credit-deficient students graduate, Jefferson County Schools have myriad new programs for its 86,000 students as they start the new school year. “There’s always that excitement about the … more
A majority of children returning to Jefferson County schools this week will be heading into buildings that have at least some water outlets testing higher for lead than the federal guidelines for water quality. To date, Jefferson County School … more
It’s been a long and surprisingly difficult fight, but on Aug. 10 my new law legalizing rain barrels in Colorado officially took effect. The new law makes Colorado the last of the 50 states to allow citizens to collect and store the rainwater … more
The City of Westminster is welcoming comments on the Westminster Station Area Plan, which will establish a comprehensive new zoning district for the area around the new Westminster Station, providing a nonstop commuter rail line to downtown … more
Two men accused of killing two people and injuring another two in an early August shooting at an Adams County trailer park have been charged with first-degree murder. District Attorney Dave Young announced Aug. 11 that Rojelio Heredia and Brandon … more
The Broomfield Police and North Metro Fire Rescue District will once again host the city’s annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony. “It’s always a privilege for us to hold this memorial ceremony each year,” North Metro Fire Chief David Ramos said … more
The Walk with the Warriors 5K will take place at 8 a.m. Sept. 11 at Carpenter Park in Thornton to honor and remember victims and survivors of the 9/11 attacks. The event is hosted by the nonprofit No Barriers USA and will have speakers sharing … more
Just days before the 2016-17 school year begins and “after months of anticipation” — according to a news release — Westminster Public Schools revealed its new colors and district logo. The unveiling took place Aug. 9 during the annual … more
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