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Today's News

  • Shielded from their transgressions

    When the Colorado House of Representatives voted to expel Steve Lebsock, it ended a sorry saga, but did little to put to rest lingering discussions about sexual harassment at the State Capitol.
    After Lebsock was accused of sexual harassment by a fellow lawmaker, several other complaints against legislators were filed. Four additional complaints were filed against Lebsock and complaints were filed against one other representative and three senators.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    On the NASCAR circuit

  • Chatfield students relishing chance to work on projects for NASA

    Have you ever wondered what astronauts do about trash? Or how they keep track of their belongings in a microgravity environment?

    These are legitimate problems NASA astronauts at the International Space Station face, and they are ones Chatfield Senior High School students aimed to solve through the HUNCH — high school students united with NASA to create hardware — program.

  • Morrison continuing strict enforcement of noise ordinance

    Noise has been a longstanding concern for the town of Morrison. After years of focusing on noise at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, the town is now cracking down on noisy vehicles.

    The Morrison Police Department plans to strictly enforce the town’s current noise ordinance with a focus on the noise generated by vehicles and motorcycles.

  • Morrison residents voice concerns about board executive sessions

    Some Morrison residents are displeased with the Morrison Town Board’s decision to hold regular executive sessions to discuss the pending Red Rocks Ranch development.

  • Bill to allow permitless concealed carry passes Colorado Senate

    Roughly two weeks after state House Democrats rejected three gun control bills that would have allowed — among other things — concealed weapons in schools, the Republican-controlled state Senate passed a bill last Thursday that would allow Coloradans to carry concealed weapons without a permit.

  • Proposed statewide tax increase could yield $1.6 billion for education

    Taxpayers across the state could see a $1.6 billion tax increase question on their November ballots this fall if backers of a new school funding measure are able to collect enough voter signatures between now and July 11.

  • Dakota Ridge students walk out to demonstrate peace, unity

    Around 10 a.m. Wednesday, senior Mat McCormick walked out of his Advanced Placement calculus class for 17 minutes.

    So did about 400 other students throughout Dakota Ridge High School.

    The crowd flooded out of the school toward the west side of the building, where McCormick — speaking through a megaphone — asked them to introduce themselves to someone new.

    There was a chorus of introductions before he addressed them again.

  • No. 4 Rebels’ lacrosse nets win over Grandview

    By Dennis Pleuss

    Jeffco Public Schools

    LAKEWOOD — Columbine’s boys lacrosse first-year coach Henry Sulzbacher might have been the most nervous person on Friday at Trailblazer Stadium.

    “Tons of nerves,” Sulzbacher admitted about his feelings coming into his first game coaching the No. 4 ranked team in the CHSAANow.com Class 5A boys lacrosse pre-season rankings. “With so much talent, it’s like the scariest position. I think we are really good. We came out firing, so that eased the nerves a little bit.”

  • Rebels’ girls soccer loses season opener to Grizzlies

    LAKEWOOD — Columbine kicked off its girls soccer season against Highland Ranch’s ThunderRidge Thursday night at Lakewood Memorial Stadium. The Grizzlies won 2-1.

    After almost 30 minutes of scoreless soccer, the Columbine girls team took advantage of its opponent’s fatigue and scored a header goal off a corner kick.

    The ThunderRidge Grizzlies answered with a goal of their own seven minutes later, and the Rebels lost in overtime after ThunderRidge’s Maddie Duren scored off a penalty kick.