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“Practice random kindness and senseless of beauty.” Perhaps you’re familiar with this phrase from 1980s popular culture. This concept, however, is not new. It has its underpinnings in most of the world’s religions that speak to a need in … more
A growing population in Northwest Jeffco is increasing student enrollment, and may mean new school construction. According to the Jeffco School District’s Chief Operations Officer, Steve Bell, the influx of population and growth in the area has … more
Staff from Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery serve up 4-ounce glasses of beer during the first ever Westy Craft Brew Fest Aug. 9 at the Christopher Fields Softball Complex. The event took place an … more
Summer socials in Federal Heights are important to not only the city council members who host them, but also to the residents and staff members. For this summer’s final event, Ward 3 council members Ted May and Ken Murphy decided to include the … more
A 2009 Mountain Range High School graduate and Thornton, Colorado, native is serving aboard USS Somerset (LPD 25), one of the world’s most modern, networked, survivable, and transformational platforms. Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordan L. … more
Back-to-school fever is in the air. The topic at the local swimming pool has shifted from “What are you doing this summer?” to “What are you most excited for this school year?” The beginning of the school year is a special time. In many … more
According to the National Retail Federation, parents will spend an average of $90 per child on school supplies. With more than one child in the family, that number can quickly rise. To help with the cost and stress of buying school supplies, … more
For the past two years, Beverley Capra, owner of Iddle Bits of This and That Art Gallery, has hosted the Teddy Bear Picnic, an event for all ages of children, and even adults. This year’s picnic will once again bring together people from the … more
Legacy’s Haley Smith certainly knows that the pressure will be on as the 2014 softball season gets underway. And, the same goes for the Lightning’s head coach, Dawn Gaffin. That pressure, by the way, is not only on Smith personally. But also … more
There’s nothing like having high hopes when it comes to state championships in any sport. And this season in Class 5A, boys cross-country ‘hope’ is certainly high for Thornton’s Joshua Joseph. Joseph placed fourth in last year’s state … more
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