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With the new school year underway, the Jefferson County School District is tackling the 2015-2016 budget in a new, more autonomous way. Student based budgeting is a style of financial budgeting that focuses on individual student needs, providing … more
September marks the first year anniversary since record setting rainfall engulfed parts of the state, leaving behind washed out homes, highways and trails. In Jefferson County, 912 applicants countywide applied for FEMA’s Individual Assistance … more
Global Thrift in Westminster isn’t your run-of-the-mill thrift store. The volunteer-run business is making a global impact by supporting the efforts of Global Refuge, a nonprofit organization that provides medical aid to refugees and displaced … more
Students across Jeffco are walking out of class — for a cause. Across Jefferson County, students are organizing “walk outs” in protest against a resolution which would limit items in the AP U.S. History curriculum. The resolution, penned by … more
More than 70 Evergreen High School students stood outside of the Jefferson County Education Center, 1829 Denver West Drive, Golden, in protest of a “censorship” in the classroom, Monday, Sept. 22. The protest stems from a resolution, authored … more
In the race to become Colorado’s next secretary of state, two candidates are touting their qualifications while distancing themselves from the man who currently holds the post. Republican El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Wayne Williams will … more
Jeffco Schools board of education tabled a curriculum proposal during the district’s Sept. 18 regular business meeting. “The charge to the committee is to review curricular choices for conformity to Jeffco academic standards, accuracy and … more
Vice President Joe Biden came to Denver on Sept. 19 to urge men to stand up against domestic violence, saying that men have “an absolute obligation to intervene when you see violence taking place.” “That’s manhood,” the vice president … more
In November of last year, Jeffco Open Space assessed damages to be $605,000. At Apex Park, 3.8 miles (40 percent) of the park’s trails were severely damaged, but community volunteers and open space staff have since repaired and reopened the … more
A design plan for the future Westminster downtown area was revealed during a recent open house hosted by the city. The event on Sept. 2 displayed the plan's framework, land uses, urban design, infrastructure and public spaces. During the open … more
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