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A few Jeffco elected officials are bidding farewell to their positions as the New Year gives way to new faces and fresh perspectives. The officials leaving their posts include Sheriff Ted Mink, Clerk and Recorder Pam Anderson, and County Assessor … more
Westminster city manager Brent McFall won’t be going too far after his retirement at the end of January. The Westminster Economic Development Authority, WEDA, board approved a one-year agreement with McFall Associates LLC to provide consulting … more
Families still have time to experience the Butterfly Pavilion’s Living Lights exhibit, which takes people through the pavilion’s indoor tropical rainforest and outside through glowing gardens.  On display are lifesized sculptures made from … more
Opening on Nov. 3, EchoPark Automotive in Thornton is providing a new experience in buying a used vehicle. Instead of the traditional sales person, who most likely earns a commission, EchoPark provides a salary-paid guide to lead buyers to their … more
Our four-legged friends are more than just pets — they can also be our teachers. PAWS for reading, an early literacy program sponsored by the Jefferson County Public Libraries teamed up with Pet Partners and its therapy animal program, to help … more
Remodeling never ends. That’s a fact when you’re a homeowner. There’s always something to do, something to upgrade, some way to make a house your own. New flooring, paint, move the fixtures, add another room, and, well, you know where … more
Westminster police responded to a shooting that sent one person the hospital on Dec. 29. Around 6: 40 p.m., a shooting occurred in the 10900 block of Grey Street. According to police, officers were involved in a short pursuit with the suspect … more
When you read this column, it will be the 8th day of the new year. Only 357 days left to go. So, what does 2015 look like from this very early start? There are plenty of expectations, hopes, dreams and doubts floating around in our heads from … more
Parents have endless concerns about the health of their children — some are issues well researched and widely understood but others are mysteries. Fragile X syndrome is one of those relative unknowns — a genetic condition that causes … more
2014 was an interesting year in Federal Heights. Unfortunately, we lost mayor pro tem Michael Cieszlak to cancer in January. We dedicated a beautiful bench to his memory in Ruston Park. At the same time, we unveiled a new park marker in honor of … more
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