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Today's News

  • Mathnasium works to enrich, motivate math students

    Closing in on the end of its second year in business, Mathnasium of Littleton is working to promote math and make the subject fun for all.

    The center provides tutoring and enrichment services for children in second through 12th grades. Some gifted kindergartners and first-graders come in, but they are a rarity.

  • Leonard faces sentencing for contempt of court in divorce case

    Republican Tim Leonard may have won his election in state House District 25, but a lingering divorce case with his ex-wife, Monica, has resulted in a contempt-of-court citation against him.

  • CrossFit event raises funds for Barbells for Boobs, Reveille Project

    Hoisting sandbags over their shoulders, competitors kicked off last weekend’s inaugural two-day Monsters and Midgets fund-raising event by completing a weighted, mile-long run around CrossFit Watchtower.

    Though Monsters and Midgets is a traditional CrossFit event, this particular event was different in its charitable nature.

  • Jeffco ordered to pay family of Jennifer Lobato $2.5 million in jail death suit

    A federal judge awarded the family of Jennifer Lobato $2.5 million to settle a civil rights lawsuit against Jefferson County.

    Lobato, 37, and a mother of seven, was booked March 2, 2015, into the Jefferson County Jail on suspicion of shoplifting $57 worth of merchandise from a Lakewood Old Navy story with her 16-year-old son. The following day, Lobato complained of feeling ill and reportedly vomited several times. She died in her cell the night of March 3, 2015, after waiting hours in vain for medical attention.

  • Colorado politics remain deep purple

    In the wake of last week’s earth-shattering national election with implications that will likely take years to completely understand, Colorado’s reputation as one of the nation’s most purple states was reinforced.

  • High lead levels found in water at over 100 schools

    The number of Jeffco schools affected by unsafe levels of lead in drinking water from at least one sink or water fountain has risen to 109.

    According to documents posted to the district’s website, approximately 7,500 samples have been taken from 144 schools since June 3, and more than 500 of those samples showed lead levels above the Environmental Protection Agency’s maximum allowable level, which is 15 parts per billion.

  • Lacrosse duo, pitcher Romero sign college letters

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    Columbine’s lacrosse teams qualified for both 5A state tournaments last spring, so it should come as no surprise that each one was represented at National Signing Day on Nov. 9 when Matt Georgeadies and Karlie Hadden finalized their college choices.

  • Early deficit can’t hold back Chargers

    LAKEWOOD — An early deficit proved to be no problem for Chatfield in its 4A first-round playoff game against Grand Junction Central on Nov. 11 at Jefferson County Stadium. After falling behind 7-0 early, Chatfield picked up its game and won going away 58-19 to advance to the quarterfinals against either Fruita Monument.

    Kickoff is 1 p.m. for the second-round game at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction on Nov. 19.

  • Rebels escape Falcons’ late charge

    HIGHLANDS RANCH — Andy Lowry most likely added a few gray hairs. He, for certain, had to have some sort of momentary health scare.

    “I think my heart skipped about 10 beats, that’s for sure,” Lowry said.

    That’s playoff football for you, and the Columbine Rebels and Highlands Ranch Falcons played it down to the wire and more so on Nov. 11 at Shea Stadium.

  • Chatfield fought until the end

    DENVER — If there’s a word that exemplifies the Chatfield Lady Chargers, it’s resilient. No matter how far they’re down, there’s never a look of despair. They’re always smiling. 

    And if you give them another chance. there’s a good possibility they’ll make it count. They don’t quit.