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Most people return from vacation with some kind of souvenir as reminders of time spent away from home: fridge magnets, miniature spoons, bumper stickers, post cards. But 16-year-old Anna Cooley, a junior at Standley Lake High School, instead … more
Their mission, if they chose to accept it, was to create a robot from scratch that would collect fuel and gears and deliver them to the mother ship. The robot’s final task was to climb a rope and join the ship itself. Students at Legacy High … more
Having a team of teens to bounce ideas off of is a pretty handy thing for a city official to have, Westminster City Councilor Anita Seitz says. “This is a demographic that is very difficult for us to get our fingers on the pulse,” Seitz told … more
Quint Redmond looks at Interstate 76 as it runs northeast through Adams County and sees nothing but potential. “This really is the area to be, the I-76 corridor,” Redmond said. “There is good water, there is good soil. There is development … more
The state Senate has approved a bill directing government agencies to deliver requested public records in electronic formats that can be read by computer. The Republican-led Senate voted 21-14 on March 22 to send Senate Bill 17-040 to the House. … more
GOLDEN — The first joint food drive — Cans Around the Campus — put on by Jeffco Public Schools was a great success. More than 5,000 pounds of can food was collected during the week-long event by nine Jeffco high schools: Arvada, Chatfield, … more
A construction defects reform bill that lawmakers had high hopes for is likely headed for defeat in the state House of Representatives after being assigned to the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on March 14. Senate Bill 156, … more
From March 10-12, the National Western Stock Show Complex in Denver hosted more than 150 events for thousands of horses and horse lovers alike during the 2017 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. Throughout the weekend, nine arenas and event spaces … more
With automobile thefts climbing, metro Denver police agencies consider the incidents a sort of signal crime, according to Lakewood Police Department public information officer Steve Davis: Where you find them, you'll find other kind of dangerous … more
Westminster High School's drama program finds itself in the limelight, part of a national effort measuring how being involved in theater affects students. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is one of three organizations in the county … more
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