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Today's News

  • Colorful Colorado: Vivid colors, crazy costumes on display at inaugural Unicorn Festival

    A love of all things whimsical led Dana Cain and Michelle Baldwin to create the Unicorn Festival, a first-time event held Sunday in Clement Park.

    For Cain, the mythical animal is not a craze, despite the trendiness of unicorns at the moment.

    “Unicorns symbolize the magical power of the universe,” Cain said. “They symbolize myth and fantasy and imagination and that all things are possible.

    “They bring purity and goodness and joy and strength. They’re just wonderful, wonderful creatures,” she added.

  • Jeffco Sheriff's seek couple in reported SW Plaza shoplifting

    The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two adults in connection with an alleged theft of accessories from a department store in Southwest Plaza mall. The pair encouraged two children to help in the shoplifting.

    “An adult female and a juvenile female went into the store. In another area of the store was an adult male and a juvenile male,” said Jenny Fulton, spokeswoman with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.  “We believe it’s a family with parents and children.”

  • Sheriff's Calls

    The color of fear

  • Jeffco Athletic Hall of Fame inducts outstanding Class of 2017

    By Dennis Pleuss
    Jeffco Public Schools
    ARVADA — The names conjure up thousands of memories of athletic accomplishments for those familiar with Jeffco Public Schools.
    Annie Kunz, Matt Rillos, Don McGatlin, Peter Horvath and Frank DeAngelis were permanently immortalized June 9 at the Arvada Center. The five former Jeffco athletes and coaches were inducted as the Class of 2017 to the Jeffco Athletic Hall of Fame.

  • Local teams find success at Denver Broncos 7-on-7

    By Adam Sullivan
    Sports  Editor
    LAKEWOOD — The Denver Broncos hosted the Rocky Mountain Region’s largest high school 7-on-7 tournament last week.
    The 7-on-7 tournament had pool games at All City Stadium on Wednesday and Thursday, followed by the playoffs at the UCHealth Training Center.
    The tournament featured more than 170 teams around the state, including 21 playoff teams from class 4A and 5A.

  • Our Readers Write

    Putting in a good word for President Trump
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  • Proposed rule seems like a logical solution

    Rules of the Colorado Supreme Court prohibit lawyers from engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation. Sounds logical, doesn’t it? So why in the world would the Court consider changing the rule?

  • Father’s Day takes on a different meaning

    Father’s Day has come and gone, but for 41 years it has never been the same.
    You see, since March 13, 1976, Father’s Day has taken on a completely different meaning for yours truly.  That was the day, as a 4-year-old boy, I was told that my father was no longer among the living. Tommy Hicks had passed away.

  • Q&A with Mike Worcester of West Metro swift water rescue instructor

    As the weather warms, many hit the water for rafting, tubing and fun in the sun.
    But for first responders, the summertime means something a bit different — an increased likelihood for a swift water rescue. To prepare, staff at West Metro Fire Rescue, South Metro Fire Rescue, Denver Fire Department and Westminster Fire Department gathered at Clear Creek in early June for a swift water rescue training course.
    Q: Can you explain the purpose of this training? I know it was a multi-day course.

  • Multitude of Fourth of July celebrations in South Jeffco

    With Fourth of July fast approaching, it’s time to pull out the American Flag memorabilia and prepare to celebrate the red, white and blue. For those on the prowl for some patriotic fun in South Jeffco, look no further. From the annual Red, White & You Festival in Clement Park to the early morning Columbine Valley parade, there is something for people of all ages.