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More Colorado school children would be eligible for free lunch at school, under a bill that passed a House committee on Feb. 10. Right now, kids who qualify for the state's reduced lunch program … more
Since its official launch last December, the Westminster Chamber of Commerce has grown to over 60 new business members. According to the website, westminsterchamber.biz, the chamber was developed to promote, support and connect member businesses … more
A new youth flag football league is coming to the Front Range area providing a fun and educational sports experience. National Flag Football, the largest youth flag football organization in the nation, will debut this spring in eight locations, two … more
Franklin Mera, and his wife Julie Evans Mera, are too busy on Valentine’s Day to worry about their own romance. In fact, Feb. 14 is Franklin’s birthday, but for the last 30 years, the best he can hope for on that day is a good … more
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Several sites in Adams County are hosting Kids Café, a program aimed at reducing hunger. Nearly one in seven Coloradans do not know where their next meal will come from, according to the Food Bank of the Rockies, who runs the Kids Café program. … more
Sevententh Judicial District Attorney Dave Young announced that two more members of the Colorado Army National Guard have been charged with felony theft for fraudulently receiving recruiting bonuses. Jerry Gerome Wilson, 38, and Luke Quinn … more
The Standley Lake High School student who caught himself on fire on Jan. 27 has died. Vincent Nett, 16, succumbed to his injuries at 4:59 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9. Counselors were on hand at Standley Lake High School the following day to provide … more
What was once an Albertson’s is now H Mart, an international market specializing in Asian food. Opening last November, the grocery store at 5036 W. 92nd Ave. in Westminster is providing the community cuisine and food products found not only in … more
Superintendent Cindy Stevenson resigned from Jeffco Schools Saturday amid expressions of dissatisfaction with the direction of the school board. Following the general election in November, Stevenson announced her retirement and had agreed to … more
Housing market experts seem to be in agreement that real estate is booming and healthy in Colorado. For Jeffco, single family homes averaged 48 days on the market which is a 32 percent decrease from 2012 where single family homes averaged 71 … more
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