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With just a few weeks until the election, Mike Melvin’s campaign for House District 35 is in full swing. The Westminster resident and Republican is working to inform the voters on his views and passion for his community. “I’m the … more
With one legislative session under her belt, Sen. Rachel Zenzinger is moving forward with three key initiatives: education, the elderly and the economy. “I’m running because I think I have the background, experience and commitment to getting … more
Dear Neil: My boyfriend and I have been in a relationship for three and a half years (we are 22 and 21 respectively). We have had a great relationship, and now we feel like we’re ready to take another step. But I am a college student still living … more
When I was at the University of Colorado in Boulder, I had a few classes in the physics building. And, it would happen, occasionally, that I would get to the building early and would wander over to the Focault Pendulum. Have you ever seen it? … more
From the 1920s to Bandimere Speedway, Jefferson County Library Foundation’s annual Rare and Novel night has embraced all kinds of themes in its 12 years. For its 13th year the theme is A Happy, HAPPY Hour at the Lakewood Country Club, 6800 W. … more
Could revised ballot language and a “human face” approach to this year’s version of a personhood amendment pay dividends for backers — or is the measure destined to fail like previous efforts? The last three efforts to pass a … more
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
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