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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
A high-tech community, combining office space, housing and other resources aimed squarely at Millennials and their employers, could be headed for the City of Northglenn. Innovation Pavilion is a company that creates a “Google-style, … more
Adams County Community and Economic Development (CED) Department has hired Adam Kraich as oil and gas inspector responsible for field inspections, complaint response, guidance and outreach, and enforcement of county regulations. “Oil and gas … more
Sixth graders in Arvada and Wheat Ridge articulation areas will stay at elementary school in the fall — following Jeffco Board of Education’s original plan. At the Feb. 9 board of education meeting, Superintendent Dan McMinimee recommended … more
Dennis Reijnders' American-born wife Anna was about six months away from gaining Dutch citizenship when his job with a cell phone company was transferred to a different city in the Netherlands. But the couple, who met when Anna was going to … more
Budget cuts for the gifted and talented program, social and emotional learning specialists, literacy interventionist and custodial and transportation services have been temporarily lifted, … more
Jeffco Board of Education will move forward with closing Pleasant View Elementary School in Golden next school year. Other schools that had been considered for closure — Peck Elementary in Arvada, Pennington Elementary in Wheat Ridge, Stober … more
Congressman Ed Perlmutter, D-7th District, is inviting all Vietnam-era veterans to be honored at a Vietnam War 50th Commemoration Ceremony on March 24. All Vietnam-era veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces between Nov. 1, … more
Westminster has no business deciding who should collect resident's trash, City Councilors were told Monday night. More than 150 residents crowded the City Council chambers and the hall surrounding it to argue against bringing curbside trash collections under city control. more
Students from throughout Westminster Public Schools gathered at Ranum Middle School Feb. 11 to test their knowledge and skillls against each other in geography, math, spelling, computer and science at the annual Celebrating Academic Excellence … more
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