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Housing prices soar beyond income growth in Denver metro area

Housing prices in the Denver area are starting to stretch the limits of what the market can feasibly support, according to new research from CoreLogic, a California-based real estate analytics firm. … more

When paying for state road work, new tax will be a hard sell

Be on the lookout this summer for petitioners seeking your signature regarding Colorado’s important transportation issue. There are likely to be two different ballot issues aimed at raising the … more

Wildlife officials remind residents to be bear aware in Colorado

With summer approaching, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is encouraging residents statewide to take measures to avoid unwanted encounters with bears. The department has received eight reports of … more

Governor picks 18th District judge for Colorado Supreme Court

Gov. John Hickenlooper has named Carlos Samour to the Colorado Supreme Court, filling a vacancy being left by Chief Justice Nancy Rice's imminent retirement. Samour, currently the chief judge in the … more

As state cuts back, college student costs soar in Colorado

In 2000, Colorado taxpayers footed 68 percent of the costs of a college degree, with students chipping in about one-third. Two decades and two recessions later, that ratio has nearly flipped as state … more

Artist’s long career has had phenomenal self life

Here’s a pop quiz: Who is Cindy Sherman? Her picture should be on a postage stamp. The picture would be one she had taken herself. See that photograph next to the headline? It’s one of only nine … more

Memorial Day reminds us to be grateful for sacrifices

My hope is that we can put aside any and all political differences and opinions as we take the time this week to remember all those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. My hope is … more

Native American artist has major Denver exhibit

“Like a Hammer” at the Denver Art Museum is the first exhibition in a major museum for artist Jeffrey Gibson (Mississipi Band Choctaw/Cherokee). The exhibition just opened on the first floor of … more

Parkway proponents predict profitability

The Jefferson Parkway could break ground on 2020, after four decades of planning and ample opposition. The proposed toll road that would nearly complete the vision of the 470 beltway completely … more

Mustangs advance at state

Mountain Range took the field at All-City Stadium and posted victories in two must win Class 5A state baseball tournament games on May 22 to remain in contention for a championship. The tournament … more

'Sully' talks lessons he 'dares not forget'

It took a lifetime of education and experience to prepare the pilot on US Airways Flight 1549 to make an emergency landing safely in New York's Hudson River, as he told it — and he brought those … more

Mountain Range students Letters to the Editor

Water saving program has positive impact Re: Northglenn’s water-wise landscaping program returns. As a resident of Northglenn, I agree with bringing back the water-wise landscaping program. … more

Letter to the Editor: Don't demonize GOP in gun debate

Don’t demonize GOP in gun debate Watching the news of yet another school shooting and reading Bill Christopher’s May 17 column and his “Shame on the Republicans” comment about the defeated … more

High school horticulture program is cream of the crop

What produces multi-colored beauty, has a long positive track record and provides good job opportunities? The answer is the Westminster High School horticulture program. It has had a long-time legacy … more

Planning ahead essential when including the pooch on a hike

Colorado has so many amazing hiking trails that it’s no wonder we all want to take our furry friends out for some awesome adventures together, but it pays to plan ahead. Making sure you investigate … more

E-sports proposal could see kids get inside and play

It has almost become run-of-the-mill these days to tune into the news on television or car radio to hear about some decision that leaves you shaking your head. The National Federation of State High … more

`Say NO to Drugs' poster winners named

Elementary school students in Westminster participated in the Westminster Area Community Awareness Action Team “Healthy Me is Saying NO to Alcohol, Tobacco and Marijuana” poster contest. The … more

Thornton works to gather more details on water line plan

Thornton’s plans to bolster it’s water supply took a hit when the Larimer County Planning Commission turned it down — but the city’s not finished yet. Thornton Spokesman Todd Barnes said … more

Competency-based school approved for Westminster’s Flynn

Westminster Public Schools have been cleared by the Colorado State Board of Education to operate a unique style of education out of the Flynn Elementary at 88th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. … more

A look at the state of the county

Jefferson County officials addressed attendees of the State of the County Address hosted by the Arvada Chamber of Commerce May 18. Here's some highlights from Jefferson County's year. Jeffcom911 On … more
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