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Nathan Mudd is a former attorney, and his wife Kimberly used to work as an accountant. But the two have always had a special dedication to the local economy and local food. “Our passion is to increase local food in the state,” Kimberly Mudd … more
Plans for building a 10-mile toll road in northern Jefferson County to complete a loop of highway around the Denver-metro area are rolling forward. “The parkway continues to make steady progress,” said Bill Ray, interim executive director of … more
Rayelyn Lockard is looking forward to being able to do some simple tasks on her own in the near future — helping her mother with the day-to-day errands, making a quick trip to the grocery store to pick up a few items and leaving her high school … more
Fourth-grader Brooklyn Guerra really likes art. So on Visit Day, Guerra had fun decorating a puzzle piece with her current classmates at Welchester Elementary School and her future ones, like Amber Ayres, from Pleasant View … more
Jefferson County students are well on their way to becoming the next generation of famed authors. On May 10, the Education Nonprofit Corporation (ENC) had its awards ceremony for the fourth annual Jeffco Writing Challenge and the first I Love to … more
The first of about 80 rental horses and ponies owned by the Westernaires is expected to come out of a six-week quarantine period by May 20, after recovering from a form of strep called strangles. The outbreak should not cause panic, said Glen … more
About 460 people attended the 27th annual Good News Breakfast on April 25 to hear about some of the good things happening in Jefferson County. “In Jefferson County, we know how to work together,” said keynote speaker Lynn Johnson, the … more
After Cori Barker earned his degree from the Colorado School of Mines, he landed a job with an engineering firm. He enjoyed the job, but the work was stressful, often finding it difficult to meet a client’s expectations. And his off time was … more
For Vietnam veteran Abe Alonzo, the March 24 ceremony honoring him and 53 others for their service in an unpopular and devastating war was long overdue. “We weren’t accepted or received after our tour in Vietnam,” said the 68-year-old … more
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