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Today's News

  • Fourth-quarter surge sews up Chargers’ sweep of Rebels

    Columbine head coach Clay Thielking, just moments after his Rebels’ 60-51 regular-season-ending loss to Chatfield, walked into the Chargers’ locker room to give them a congratulatory speech. It was a feeling that he knows quite well. After all, it wasn’t all that long ago — 2012 — that Columbine was celebrating winning a 5A Jeffco League title. This year, it’s Chatfield for a second straight time.

  • Grapplers take it to the mat at state

    Wrestlers from all around the state converged on the Pepsi Center on Feb. 20-22 for three days of grappling action. Columbine’s Karl Breidenbach and Anthony Gibson, as well as Chatfield’s Wilson George and Dylan Seeman, were among the 896 qualifiers. The Columbine Courier takes you through their experiences.

  • Body found floating in Clear Creek

    A body was found in Clear Creek near the Golden History Museum on Wednesday afternoon.

    The Golden Police Department said the body of a male, believed to be in his 60s, had been discovered about 2 p.m. floating in Clear Creek.  

    No other information about the man’s identity and how he died was available.

  • A step closer to spring

    Unseasonably warm temperatures are providing the perfect weather for outdoor enthusiasts, including runners looking for a sunny sojourn.  

  • County approves creation of sustainability committee

    Jefferson County is on the verge of becoming a resource for residents who want to go green. 

    The county is forming a volunteer sustainability committee tasked with providing information and guidance to residents and businesses that wish to pursue environmentally sustainable projects and practices. 

  • Proposed off-leash area a doggone popular idea

    The idea of an off-leash dog park in South Jeffco got a lot of tails wagging last week.

    A proposal by the Foothills Park and Rec District and the Ken-Caryl Ranch Metropolitan District for an off-leash area at Sledding Hill Park initially drew support from most of the residents at an information session Feb. 12. 

  • Rash of vehicle break-ins reported at South Jeffco fitness centers

    The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office suspects a string of vehicle break-ins at fitness centers across the county are related.

    Over the last two months, more than 38 cars have been broken into while parked at fitness centers. According to the Sheriff’s Office, almost all the vehicles had their windows broken, and purses were stolen from inside. 

  • Developers win delay of vote on Open Space master plan

    A final vote on Jeffco Open Space’s master plan has been delayed for a month by the county commissioners to allow more comment. 

    The vote had been scheduled for Feb. 11, but a delay was requested by several real estate development groups. The commissioners voted 3-0 to delay final approval by a month. 

  • Jefferson County prohibits electronic-smoking devices in buildings

    Jeffco has banned electronic cigarettes and similar devices from county buildings.

    The addition of electronic smoking devices such as electronic cigarettes and tobacco and marijuana vaporizers to the current ban on smoking tobacco and marijuana is due in part to the increasing popularity of the products, said Deputy County Administrator Kate Newman. 

  • Wanted: a few good volunteers

    Warning: Serving as a volunteer for Jeffco Parks and Open Space could be habit-forming. 

    Of the more than 500 people that volunteer year-round with the department, most have been doing it for several years, if not for a decade or longer.