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Today's News

  • As long as there’s fabric

    On the first Saturday in March, colorful scraps of fabric and handmade quilts covered the tables and chairs in a room at Waterstone Community Church.

    But there is a method to the seemingly haphazard scattering of cloth, and it’s one that the Scraps to Treasure quilting group has been developing for more than a decade.

  • All around, in every way

    Every so often, a student-athlete comes around who perfectly embodies both aspects of that title. For D’Evelyn High School, senior Angi Reed checks all the boxes. 

    For the past four years, Reed has found balance in multiple sports and academics, in which she comfortably holds a 4.33 grade-point average. Outside of the classroom, she plays softball, basketball and tennis.

  • Jaguars’ season-ending loss follows familiar script

    By Kevin Carmody

    FALCON — In 32 minutes, coach Dan Zinn saw an entire 25-game season play out before his eyes.
    His D’Evelyn basketball team fell behind after a 9-0 Falcon run early in the second quarter, spent the rest of the game playing catch-up.
    But they couldn’t get clutch shots or stops late in a 75-67 loss in a Sweet 16 playoff game on Feb. 28 at Falcon High School.
    “This game was kind of our season,” said Zinn, the Jaguars’ third-year coach. “We seemed to get in trouble early, but we’d fight our way back. We just couldn’t fight all the way back this time.”

  • Trial underway for South Jeffco murder suspect

    The prosecutor in the Jordan Lemarinel murder trial on Friday told the jury that video surveillance showed the defendant attempting to put the victim’s body into a vehicle.

    Lemarinel’s defense attorney, however, said in opening statements that his client acted in self-defense when he shot Stewart.

    The trial of Lemarinel, one of two suspects in the May 2017 murder of a Littleton man, will continue Monday at the Jefferson County courthouse with witnesses from the prosecution. It is scheduled to go through March 9.

  • Jeffco inmate dies after being found non-responsive

    The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of an inmate, who was found non-responsive in her cell early Thursday morning.
    Jennifer Marie Brooks, the 46-year-old Bailey resident who reportedly led Jeffco Sheriff's deputies on a chase that shut down U.S. 285 for about an hour last July, was found non-responsive with a trash bag over her head in her cell at the Jefferson County Detention Facility.

  • Breaking the cycle of school shootings

    Dr. Jason Glass,
    Jeffco Public Schools

  • A chance to make an impact

    Joe Webb

  • First step toward November elections

    The first step toward electing Colorado’s next governor and other candidates who’ll be running in November’s general election is next Tuesday when Republicans and Democrats will conduct their precinct caucuses.  

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Game over

  • Concealed weapons bill fails in committee

    A GOP bill that would have allowed concealed carry on Colorado school grounds was lost in committee last Wednesday after House Democrats rejected the measure in a 6-3 vote along party lines.